Minor Hurling

Number of Titles

Tipperary (37)
Cork (32)
Limerick (6)
Waterford (4)
Clare (4)

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Minor Hurling Cup: No Name – Presented by T.W.A. Shannon Airport in 1946.

Holders: Limerick 2013 (Captained by Richie English)

The teams listed below are those which took part in the Munster Minor Hurling Final in the year listed.

The teams in Bold went on to win the All-Ireland Minor Hurling Final in that season.


1928 - CORK: Michael John Moloney; J. Manning, Jimmy Glavin, Gerald O’Connor; Mick Lewis, Larry Horgan (Capt), Daniel Lynch; Dermot Cogan, Josa Lee; Chris Murphy, Con Sheehan, John Kenneally; Christy Duggan (Captain), Mick Finn, Denis Lynch

1929 – WATERFORD: Pat Rellis; Frank Penker, Locky Byrne, Dan Wyse; Pat Ryan, Paddy Donnelly (Captain),  Jackie Butler; Nicky Noonan, Jimmy Dwyer;  Nick Fardy,  Pa Sheehan, Johnny Murphy;  Frank Houlihan, Declan Goode, Jimmy Goode
Subs: J. Simon Whelan, Connie Ryan, Paddy Whelan, Jim Dwyer, George Kehoe, J. Crowley


1930 – TIPPERARY: Jack Russell (Captain), Larry Burke, John Lanigan, Tim Harney, John Semple, Gerald Heavey, Ned Wade, Ned Maher, John Quinlan, Paddy Ryan (Sweeper), Joe Dunne, Billy O’Neill, Jimmy “Butler” Coffey, Jack Coffey, Jim Close
Sub: Denis O’Gorman

1931 – TIPPERARY: Mick Sharpe, William O’Neill (Captain), James Greed, Tom O’Dwyer, Charlie Downes, Pat O’Keeffe, Pat Bourke, Tom Kennedy, Maurice O’Connor, Jer Looby, James Brennan, Denis O’Gorman, Pat Ryan, James Hogan, James Close.

1932 – TIPPERARY: Tom O’Keeffe, Jer Looby, John O’Dwyer, Mick Burke, Pat Leahy, Charlie Downes, Jimmie Cooney, Pat Bowe, Ned Barry, Phil Purcell (Matt), Tom Bourke, Joe Fletcher, Denis O’Gorman (Captain), Willie Nolan, James Maher

1933 – TIPPERARY: John Moloney, Tony Brennan, Phil Purcell, Jim Mooney, Pat Duggan, Phil Regan, Michael Condon, Con Maher, Mick Everard, Mick Burke, Tom O’Keeffe (Captain), Joe Fletcher , Pat Farrell, Tim Maher, Phil Dwyer.

1934 – TIPPERARY: Con Maher, Jack Moloney, Mick Mockler, Phil Purcell, Jim Mooney, Pat O’Neill, Tom English, Phil Dwyer (Captain), Pat Callaghan, Jack Noonan, Martin Loughnane, Tom Lanigan, Andy Foran, Tom Healy, Jerry Coffey.
Sub: Pat Fraser.

1935 – TIPPERARY: Pat Morris, Pat O’Brien, Con Maher (Captain), Pat O’Neill, James Walsh, John O’Dwyer, Tom Leahy, Patrick Kearns, Billy Brussels, Denis Ryan, Phil Leahy, Martin Loughnane, Tom Lanigan, Thomas Mahoney, John Coffey.

1936 – CORK: Michael O’Donovan; Maurice Prenderville, Dick Murphy, Pat John O’Riordan; Dan Coughlan, Willie Campbell, Mick Goggin; Christy McSweeney, Mick Healy; George Atkinson, Mick Cahill, Bobbie Dineen; Willie Buckley, Peadar O’Callaghan, Denis O’Mahony

1937 – CORK: Donie O’Sullivan; Sean O’Shea, Dick Murphy, Dan Hackett; Dan Coughlan; John Pa Creedon, Jim Duggan; Dan Lynch, John O’Mahony; Bobbie Dineen, Kevin McMahon, Mick Goggin (Captain); Jimmy Burrowes, Michael Empey, Kevin McGrath

1938 - CORK: Pat Joe Quinn; Jimmy O’Mahony, Alan Lotty, George Sadlier; Christy Ring, Paddy Hogan, Willie Cummins; Eamonn Young, Jerry Looney; Killian O’Keeffe, Ted Foley, Luke O’Sullivan; Tadhg Ryan, Ted O’Sullivan, Kevin McGrath (Captain)

1939 – CORK: Tom McGrath; Willie Cummins, David O’Driscoll, Billy Holton; Paddy Hayes, George Sadlier, Stephen Murphy; Eamonn Young, Tadhg Crowley; Mick Cody, Teddy Barry (Captain), Jack White; Peter Keohane, Donal Cahalane, Kevin McGrath


1940 – LIMERICK: Paddy Healy; P. McMahon, John Crotty, Paddy Murphy; Mick Culhane, Tommy Hogan, Tom Cregan; Paddy McCarthy (Newcastlewest, Captain), Paddy McCarthy (Mungret); Seán Ryan, Joe Hayes, Willie Deere; Art O’Rourke, Con Birrane, Jim Blackwell

1941 – CORK: Tom Mulcahy, Donie Twomey, Josie Looney, Denis Lyons, Tom Aherne, Michael Murphy (Later Bishop of Cork), Charlie Flaherty, Christy Twomey, Sean Condon (Captain), Jim Murphy, Mick Kennefick, Paddy O’Leary, Danny McCarthy, Jim Morrison, Joe Kelly

1942 – 1944 – CHAMPIONSHIP SUSPENDED

1945 TIPPERARY: Noel Egan, Dinny Ryan, Seamus Bannon, Tom Tynan, Michael McCormack, Pat Stakelum (Captain), Michael Shaughnessy, Jim O’Grady, Willie Carroll, Jack Harris, Michael Maher (Boherlahan), Paddy Kenny, Willie Molloy, John Byrne, Billy Gleeson.

1946 TIPPERARY: Billy O’Brien goal, John Doyle, John Nolan, Henry Sheehy, Christy Dalton, Jack Ryan, Billy McGrath, Jim O’Grady, Phil Shanahan, Mick Ryan (Eire Og), John O’Dwyer, Paddy Kenny (Captain), Tommy O’Meara, Michael Butler, Sean McDonnell.

1947 – TIPPERARY: John O’Grady, John Doyle, John Joe McCormack, Bobby Mockler, Connie Keane, Jack Ryan, Sean Twomey, Mick Ryan (Eire Og), John Farrell, Dermot Butler, Phil Crowley, Paddy Kenny (Captain), Tommy O’Meara, Michael Butler, Derek McNulty.

1948 – WATERFORD: Joe O’Flynn goal, Martin Morrissey, Sean Hayden, Michael Hogan, Vincent Walsh, Michael Kelleher, Tom Cunningham, Joe Conlon, Tom Gallagher, Billy Conway, Mick Flannelly (Captain), Michael O’Connor, Maurice McHugh, Paidin O’Connor, Tom Dee.
Subs: Michael Browne, Dónal Whelan, John Boyle, Michael Shalloe, Mick Joe Ryan, Brendan Foley

1949 – TIPPERARY: John O’Grady (Captain), Jim Moloney, John Moloney, Seamus Browne, Donnacha Maher, Jimmy Finn, Johnny McGrath, Dick Holden, Mick Ryan (Moyne), Austin McDonnell, Larry Keane, Tom Aherne, Michael Buckley, Willie Perkins, Gerry Doyle.


1950 – TIPPERARY: Ger Butler, Paddy Mockler, John Power, Phil McGrath, Paddy Croke, Tony Wall, Michael Hynes, Frank Cunningham, Gerry Doyle (Captain), Billy Moloughney, Donie Nolan, Austin McDonnell, Tom McCormack, John Keaty, Donie O’Brien.
Sub: Tommy Ryan

 

1951 – CORK: Jack Dempsey, Jerry Coffey, Michael Sheehan, Paddy Dreivers, Paddy Gaffney, Sean O’Regan, Francie O’Regan, Florrie O’Mahony, Phil Duggan, Brendan O’Leary, Joe O’Donoghue, Johnny Clifford (Captain), Terry Kelly, Sean O’Sullivan, Eamonn Goulding.

1952 – TIPPERARY: Neddy Moloughney, Pat Moloney, Eddie McGrath, Eamon Bourke, Frank Dyer, Billy Hayes, Dick Quinn, Liam Quinn, Billy Quinn, Liam Devaney, Tony Wall (Captain), Sean McLoughlin, Michael Butler, John “Dom” Browne, Paddy Cleary.

1953 – TIPPERARY: Tom McCormack, Mick Cleary, Tony Kelly, Roger O’Donnell, Liam Quinn, Ray Reidy, Mick Kennedy, Billy Quinn (Captain), Phil Barry, Liam Devaney, Johnny Murphy, Sean McLoughlin, Sean Corcoran, Michael Stapleton, Liam Connolly

1954 – TIPPERARY: Jimmy Doyle, Mick Cleary, Dermot O’Shea, Conor Moloney, Seamus Kenny, Ray Reidy, Liam Quinn (Captain), Liam Mahony, Mick Burns, Johnny Murphy, Willie Donovan, Tom Gouldsboro, Rody Ryan, Michael Stapleton, Liam Connolly.
Sub: Con Ahern

1955 – TIPPERARY: Sean Ryan, Timmy Gleeson, Roger O’Donnell, Mick Craddock, Donal Ryan, Ray Reidy (Captain), Sean Warren, Mick Burns, Colm Foyle, Jimmy Doyle, Arthur Leahy, Michael Gilmartin, Liam O’Grady, Pat Ryan, Patsy Dorney.
Sub: Joe Small

1956 – TIPPERARY: Anthony Tierney, Timmy Gleeson, Michael Dorney, Benny Maher, Mick Craddock, Devere Reynolds, Joe Mullooly, Sean Warren, John Mackey, Jimmy Doyle, Pat Ryan (Captain), Billy Moroney, Tom Flynn, Jim Scott, Liam O’Grady.

1957 – TIPPERARY: Terry Moloney, Mick Lonergan, Dessie Kiely, Paddy Kerins, Michael Murphy, Devere Reynolds, Mick Craddock, Jimmy Doyle (Captain), Pat Woodlock, Stan Ryan, Larry Kiely, Paudie Kennedy, Paddy Doyle, Martin Hogan, Patsy Butler.

1958 – LIMERICK: Tommy Hanley, John McDonagh, John Joe Bresnihan, Con O’Connell, Jimmy Guinane, Joe Leonard, Micky Hanrahan, Pat Hartnett, Brendan Kelleher, Paddy Cobbe (Captain), Liam Canty, Pat Murphy, Pat Doyle, John Hayes, Tom Meaney.
Sub: Con Connolly

1959 – TIPPERARY: John O’Donoghue, Pat Griffin, George Kinnane, Willie Lonergan, John Carroll, Albert Croke, Ronnie Slevin, Tom Ryan (Killenaule), Tom Ryan (Toomevara), Paddy Doyle, Billy Carey, Murt Duggan, John Gleeson, Larry Kiely (Captain), Jim Ryan.


1960 – TIPPERARY: John O’Donoghue (Captain), Willie Greene, Christy O’Dwyer, Liam Cummins, John Cummins, Conor O’Dwyer, Peader Flanagan, Pat O’Connell, Jim Ryan, Billy Nolan, Michael “Babs” Keating, Albie McGovern, Michael O’Connor, Michael Ryan, Noel Hogan.

 

1961 – TIPPERARY: Peter O’Sullivan, John Dillon, Liam White, Billy Eakins, David Ryan, Noel Lane, Paddy O’Dwyer, Conor O’Dwyer, Mick Roche, Billy Nolan, Michael “Babs” Keating, Billy Ryan, Noel Hogan (Captain), Gerard Ryan, Tommy Brennan.
Sub: Jim Fogarty.

1962 – TIPPERARY: Ambrose Fayard, Willie Smith, Phil O’Rourke, Michael O’Meara, Owen Killoran, Len Gaynor, Eddie Loughnane, Paddy Delaney, Michael O’Brien, Billy Nolan, Michael “Babs” Keating (Captain), Francis Loughnane, Donie Moloney, Dick Buckley, Tommy Brennan.

1963 – LIMERICK: Andy Dunworth, Jim O’Brien, Sean Egan, Stephen O’Shaughnessy, Timmy McAuliffe, Pa O’Brien, Willie Kiely, Eamonn Cregan (Captain), Tony Roche, Con Danaher, Jim Geary, Bernie Savage, Mick Graham, Ger Cosgrove, Brian Cobbe.
Subs: Garrett Barry, Mickey Grimes

1964 – CORK: Henry O’Brien, Timmy Murphy, Ger Aherne, Paddy O’Sullivan, John O’Callaghan, Denis Hurley, Willie Murphy, Pat O’Riordan, Con Roche, Kevin Cummins (Captain), Liam McAuliffe, Donal Clifford, Charlie McCarthy, Andrew O’Flynn, Michael Kenneally
Sub: John Mitchell

1965 – LIMERICK: Anthony Brennan, Michael O’Flaherty (Captain), Donal Manning, Tony Cronin, Seamus Toomey, Ned Boland, John Hehir, Pat Doherty, Denis Foley, Eamonn Grimes, Nicholas Hayes, Matt Grace, Bernie Murnane, Con Shanahan, Sean Burke.
Sub: Michael Hennessy.

1966 – CORK: Bernard Hurley, Dan Carroll, Paddy Geary, Frank Norberg, John Horgan, Ray Cummins, Noel Dunne, Donal Clifford, Willie Walsh, Bernie Meade, Simon Murphy, Pat Moylan, Michael Curley, Liam Comer, Frankie Keane
Sub: Joe Aherne

1967 – CORK: William Glavin, Michael McCarthy, Brian Tobin, Frank Deasy, Teddy O’Brien, John Horgan, Maurice Aherne, Pat Moylan (Captain), Jimmy Barrett, Paddy Ring, Simon Murphy, Mick Ryan, Tom Buckley, Bernie O’Connor, Mick Malone
Sub: Ned Kirby

1968 – CORK: Martin Coleman, John Horgan, Pat McDonnell, Mick Bohane, Seamus Looney, Brendan Cummins, Timothy O’Shea, Kevin McSweeney, Georgie O’Sullivan, Mick Ryan, Paddy Ring, Tom Buckley, Denis McCarthy (Captain), John Rothwell, Mick Malone.
Subs: Brendan Coleman, William Glavin

1969 – CORK: Martin Coleman, Pat Casey, John Rothwell, Jerry O’Sullivan, Kevin Murray, Martin O’Doherty, Sean Collins (Captain), Noel Crowley, Seamus O’Farrell, Pat Kavanagh, Tim Crowley, Tommy Sheehan, Sean Coughlan, Gerald Hanley, Sean O’Leary.
Subs: Andy Creagh, Seamus McCarthy.


1970 – CORK: David O’Brien, Pat Roche, Liam Kelly, Brian Murphy, Vincent Twomey (Na Piarsaigh), Martin O’Doherty, John Buckley, Noel Crowley, Pat Kavanagh (Captain), Seamus O’Farrell, Tim Crowley, Tommy Sheehan, Dan Relihan, Gerald Hanley, Sean O’Leary.

 

1971 – CORK: John Murphy, Mick Corbett, Liam McNally, D.J. Foley, Denis Coakley, John Buckley, Andy Creagh, Tommy Canavan, Dan O’Dwyer, Pat Buckley, Seamus Coughlan (Captain), Brian Cotter, Tom Fogarty, Jimmy Barry-Murphy, Eamon O’Sullivan.

1972 – CORK: Frank O’Sullivan, John Kenefick, Liam McNally, John Barrett, Brendan Manley, Kieran Murphy, Finbarr Delaney, Richard Fitzgerald, Sean O’Farrell, Bertie Og Murphy, Eamon O’Sullivan, Tadhg O’Sullivan, Tom Collins, Jimmy Barry-Murphy, Kieran Keane.

1973 – TIPPERARY: Tom Doran, Stephen O’Brien, Martin Loughnane, Johnny Doyle, Tom Barry, Michael Cormack (Captain), Jim O’Meara, John Grogan, Pat Kirby, Seamus Hennessy, Brendan Kenny, Jimmy Ryan, Pascal Ryan, Seamus Waters, Tommy Shoer.

1974 – CORK: Jerry Cronin, Pat Horgan, Billy Geaney (Captain), John Crowley, Con Brassil, Tom Cashman, Dermot McCurtain, Declan Murphy, Kieran O’Driscoll, Mick O’Connell, Theo Cullinane, Richie O’Mahony, Tadhg Murphy, Finbar Delaney, Danny Buckley
Subs: Dave Keane, Richie McDonnell

1975 – CORK: Jerry Hayes, Brian Dineen, Frank Walsh, Dermot McCurtain, Michael Cronin, Tom Cashman, Gerry Murphy (St. Finbarrs), Donal O’Herlihy, Padraig Crowley (Bandon), Paul Crowley (Blackrock), Pat Horgan, John O’Sullivan, Frank Tobin, John Murphy (Castlelyons), Danny Buckley.
Subs: Tom Lyons, Willie Aherne

1976 – TIPPERARY: Vinnie Mullins, Purdy Loughnane, P.J. Maxwell, Tony Slattery, Michael Stapleton, Gerry Stapleton, Joe O’Dwyer, Joe Hogan (Captain), Michael Doyle, Eamonn O’Shea, Pat “Flowery” Ryan, Tommy Grogan, Michael Murphy, John Stone
Sub: Pat Power

1977 – CORK: Joe Hegarty, Stephen Hayes, Seanie O’Mahony, John Murphy, Willie Cashman, Sean O’Brien, John Hartnett, Anthony O’Connell, Tadhg McCarthy, Ger O’Regan, Diarmuid O’Donovan, Tom O’Connor, Jimmy Monaghan, Sean O’Gorman, Damien Philpott

1978 – CORK: Ger Cunningham, Colm O’Connor, Pat Murphy (Captain), Willie Cashman, Tadhg McCarthy, John Murphy, Brendan O’Driscoll, Denis Walsh (Cloughduv), Robbie Murphy, John Dineen, Liam Lynch, John Hartnett, Denis Murphy, Sean O’Gorman, Tom Aherne.

1979 – CORK: Martin Hennessy, Ger Whooley, Declan Forde, John Hodgins, Christy Coughlan (Captain), Kieran O’Driscoll, Christy Marshall, Willie Cashman, Kieran White, Robbie Hegarty, Kevin Hennessy, Denis Walsh (Cloughduv), Martin O’Sullivan, Tony Coyne, Tadhg Coakley.
Sub: Tony O’Sullivan.


1980 – TIPPERARY: Ken Hogan, Michael Conway, Pat Maher, Eddie Hogan, Ian Conroy, Jim Maher (Captain), Denis Finnerty, John Darcy, Joe Hayes, Ger O’Neill, Martin McGrath, Vivian Dooley, Arthur Browne, Willie Peters, Gerry Doyle.

 

1981 – CLARE: Eoin McMahon, Brian O’Connell, Gerry Barry, John Moroney, Tommy Neville, John O’Grady, Alan Cunningham, Brendan McNamara, Julian Cremmins, Andrew Walsh, Victor O’Loughlin, Val Donnellan, John Lynch (Captain), Danny Chaplin, Michael Guilfoyle.

1982 – TIPPERARY: John Leamy, John Flannery, John Bergin, Colm Bonnar, Brendan Everard, Donal Kealy, William Hayes, John Kennedy (Captain), Michael Kelly, Noel Sheehy, Michael Cunningham, Sean Slattery, John Cormack, Liam Stokes, Michael Scully.
Subs: Michael Corcoran, Ger Bradley.

1983 – TIPPERARY: James Seymour, Michael Corcoran, John Ryan, Michael McKenna, William Hayes, Donal Kealy, Michael Cleary, P.J. Lanigan (Captain), Aidan Ryan, Michael Cunningham, Michael Murphy, Dick Quirke, Liam Nolan, Murty Bryan, Paudie Ryan.
Sub: Tom Leamy.

1984 – LIMERICK: Val Murnane, Anthony Madden, Pa Carey, Don Flynn, Ger Hegarty, Anthony O’Riordan (Captain), Andy Cunneen, Anthony Carmody, Mike Reale, Tony Byrnes, Gary Kirby, Gussie Ryan, John O’Neill, Pat Davoren, Brian Stapleton.
Sub: Michael O’Brien.

1985 – CORK: Tom Kingston, Christy Connery, Pat Cahalane, Maurice Hazelwood, Cathal Casey, Brian Murphy, Kieran McGuckian, Michael O’Mahony (Captain), Kenny Cotter, Liam Kelly, Barry Harte, Mickey Mullins, Ger Manley, Mark Foley, John Fitzgibbon.
Subs: Barry Coutts, Ger O’Riordan

1986 – CORK: Pat Barry, Neil Hackett, Damien Irwin, Kieran Keane (Captain), Tony O’Regan, Pat Kenneally, Colman Quirke, John O’Mahony, Mickey Mullins, Jim Walsh, Ronan Sheehan, John Corcoran, Brian Cunningham, Dan O’Connell, Ger Manley.
Subs: Ray O’Connor, Tony O’Keeffe, Declan Motherway, Dave Walsh played in drawn game. Brian Cunningham, Kevin O’Brien substituted.

1987 – TIPPERARY: Pat Kearns, Liam Sheedy, Michael O’Meara (Captain), Noel Keane, Michael Ryan, Conal Bonner, Brendan Corcoran, Brendan Ryan, Justin Quinlan, Kevin Ryan, Colm Egan, Seamus Bohan, Don Lyons, John Leahy, Brendan Hogan.
Sub: Michael Perdue.

1988 – CORK: Ian Lynam, Tomas Twomey, Darragh Holland, William Callanan, Tim Dineen, David Quirke, Mattie Noonan, Timmy Kelleher, Brian Corcoran, Tim Hurley, Kevin Roche, Michael Sheehan, Paudie O’Brien (Captain), Brian Cunningham, John Dillon
Sub: Sean Guiheen

1989 – CLARE: Davy Fitzgerald, Diarmuid McInerney, Paul Lee, Pat Corey, Pat Markham, Jimmy O’Gorman, Jer Cahill, Christy “Rusty” Chaplin, Sean Power, Paul O’Rourke, James O’Connor, Pat Minogue, Padraig McNamara, Conor Clancy, Paul Keary
Sub: Ronan McNamara


1990 – CORK: Donal O’Mahony, Fergal Ryan, Neil O’Donnell, Adrian White, Conor Buckley, Brian Corcoran, Peter Smith (Captain), Liam Meaney, Maurice Quirke, Richie Lewis, Brian Sheehan, Barry Egan, Kevin Murray, Mark Landers, Damien Fleming
Sub: Ray O’Connell

1991 – TIPPERARY: Michael Ferncombe, Sean O’Donoghue, Mark Rabbitte, Martin Gleeson, Philip Shanahan, Brian Gaynor, Fergal Hynes, Tony Shelly, Mark Leonard, Tommy Dunne, Brian O’Meara, Adrian Hogan (Captain), Lar Barrett, Tossy Fogarty, Ger Maguire.

1992 – WATERFORD: Patrick Harnan, Tom Morrissey, Paddy O’Donnell (Captain), James O’Connor, Anthony Kirwan, Ger Harris, Tom Feeney, Tom Kiely, Fintan O’Shea, John P. Fitzpatrick, Derek McGrath, John Joe Ronayne, Raymond Ryan, Paul Foley, Paul Flynn.
Keith O’Neill, Barry Browne played in drawn game. Anthony Kirwan, Raymond Ryan substituted.

1993 – TIPPERARY: Brendan Cummins, Paul Shelly, Colm O’Flaherty, Martin Haverty, Michael Ferncombe, David Fogarty, Brian Horgan, Terry Dunne, Andy Moloney, Phil O’Dwyer, Seamus Maher, Kevin Tucker (Captain), Johnny Enright, Declan O’Meara, Pat Croke.
Subs: Liam Cahill, Darren O’Connor.

1994 – CORK: Brian Hurley (Captain), Pat O’Keeffe, Sean Og O’hAilpin, Pat Walsh, Cathal Collins, Kevin Egan, Brian McSweeney, Kevin McCarthy, Ger Shaw, Brian O’Driscoll, John O’Flynn, Austin Walsh, Kevin Kelleher, Darren Ronan, Pat Mullaney.
Subs: Derek Barrett, Pat O’Connor.

1995 – CORK: Donal Og Cusack, Alan Kelleher, Brian Kidney, Pat Walsh, Derek Barrett, Sean Og O’Hailpin, Darragh Cott, Austin Walsh, John O’Dwyer, Adrian Coughlan, Timmy McCarthy, Mickey O’Connell, Sean O’Farrell, Joe Deane, Brian O’Keeffe (Captain)
Sub: Pat Mullaney

1996 – TIPPERARY: Fergal Horgan, Thomas Costello, Fergal Heaney, Mark Cummins, Nigel Cleere, John Carroll, John Teehan, William Maher (Captain), Micheal Ryan, Sean Ryan, Donnacha Fahy, Paul Kelly, Aidan Doyle, Eugene O’Neill, Michael Kennedy.
Subs: Eddie Carey, Declan Browne.

1997 – TIPPERARY: Fergal Horgan, T.J. Maher, Philip Maher, Enda Fitzgerald, Cathal O’Shea, William Maher, Declan Maher, Dermot Gleeson, Declan Fanning, Paddy O’Brien, Donnacha Fahy (Captain), Gary Coppinger, Aidan Fogarty, Paul Kelly, Eoin Kelly.
Subs: John Keane, Donal Shelly, Trevor Fletcher.
CLARE – 1997 All-Ireland Minor Hurling Champions – Clare lost to Tipperary in the Munster Minor Final. However, they won the All-Ireland by beating Galway having qualified for the final via the backdoor system which allowed the Munster and Leinster runner-up to stay in the Championship.

1998 – CORK: Michael Morrissey, Ronan Curran, Jonathan Olden, Damien McNamara, Barry Murphy, Aidan Fitzpatrick, Brendan Lombard, Alan O’Connor, Niall O’Sullivan, Peter Murphy, Donal Broderick, Eoin Fitzgerald, Cathal McCarthy (Captain), Garvan McCarthy, Victor Cusack
Subs: Niall McCarthy, Jason Barrett.

1999 – TIPPERARY: Damien Young (Captain), Colm Everard, Paul Curran, Don Maher, Colm Ryan, Kevin Mulryan, Liam Kearney, Stephen Mason, Eoin Brislane, Eoin Kelly, Dermot Gleeson, Donal Shelly, Damien McGrath, Cathal Houlihane, Kevin Cummins.
Subs: John O’Brien, Tom King, Eamonn Ryan (Sean Treacys)


2000 – CORK:  Kieran Murphy (Erins Own), Brian Murphy, Jerry O’Brien, Colm O’Sullivan, John O’Neill, Paul Tierney, John Gardiner, Mark O’Connor (Captain), Brian Carey, Garry McLoughlin, Conor Brosnan, Tomas O’Leary, Stephen O’Sullivan, Eamonn Collins, Kieran Murphy (Sarsfields)
Subs: David Cashman, Fergus Murphy, Rory McCarthy.

2001 – TIPPERARY: Patrick McCormack; Diarmuid Corcoran, Pat Buckley, Ger Griffin; Darragh Walton, Diarmaid Fitzgerald (Captain), Shane Sweeney; Joe Caesar, Conor O’Mahoney; Pat Shortt, David Kennedy (Toomevara), David Morrissey; David Kennedy (Clonoulty-Rossmore), Francis Devanney, Trevor Ivors.
Subs: Michael Farrell, Hugh Moloney
CORK – 2001 All-Ireland Minor Hurling Champions – Cork lost to Tipperary in the Munster Minor Final. However, they won the All-Ireland by beating Galway having qualified for the final via the backdoor system which allowed the Munster and Leinster runner-up to stay in the Championship.

2002 – TIPPERARY: Patrick McCormack (Captain); Martin Treacy, Derek Bourke, Michael Bergin; John Boland, David Kennedy, Lee Shanahan; Wayne Cully, Diarmuid Corcoran; Pat Shortt, Conor O’Mahony, Tony Scroope; David Morrissey, Francis Devanney, Trevor Ivors.
Subs: Willie Ryan, Thomas Fitzgerald, Conor O’Brien, Paudie Ryan

2003 – TIPPERARY: Darragh Egan; Ian Delaney, Sean Ryan, Conor Hayes; Niall Teehan, Paddy Stapleton, Richie McGrath; Kieran Bergin, Jim Bob McCarthy; David Sheppard, David Young, James Woodlock; Shane Long, Richie Ruth, David Morrissey (Captain)
Subs: David McGrath for Ryan, Michael Heffernan for McCarthy, Shane O’Brien for Woodlock, Brendan O’Sullivan for Bergin, Paudie Ryan for Young

2004 – CORK: Ken O’Halloran; Brendan Coleman, Niall Horgan, Mark McCarthy; Eoin Cadogan, Padraig Cotter, Shane O’Neill (Captain); Ronan Conway, Ger O’Leary; Patrick Cronin, Cathrach Keane, Fintan O’Leary; Cathal Naughton, Kevin Canty, Brendan Ring.
Subs: Eoin Murphy for Keane, Ger O’Driscoll for Horgan, Peter O’Brien for O’Leary.

2005 – CORK: Richard O’Keeffe; Eoin O’Sullivan, Eoin Dillon, Ger O’Driscoll; Stephen White, Paudie O’Sullivan, Thomas Murray; Alan Brady, Peter O’Driscoll; Patrick Cronin (Captain), Peter O’Brien, Cathal Naughton; Patrick Horgan, Eoin Murphy, John Halbert.
Subs: Adrian Mannix for Brady; Patrick Finnegan for Halbert; Daniel O’Callaghan for O’Brien.

2006 – CORK: Matthew Collins; John O’Callaghan, Joe Moran, Conor O’Driscoll; Sean O’Riordan, Adrian Mannix, Paudie O’Sullivan; Lee Desmond, Tomas Murray; Robert White, Brian Corry, Donagh Stack; Colm O’Neill, Dan O’Callaghan, Patrick Horgan (Captain).
Subs: Brian Numan for Joe Moran; Stephen White for Tomas Murray.
TIPPERARY – 2006 All-Ireland Minor Hurling Champions – Tipperary lost to Cork in the Munster Minor Final. However, they won the All-Ireland by beating Galway having qualified for the final via the backdoor system which allowed the Munster and Leinster runner-up to stay in the Championship.

2007 – TIPPERARY: James Logue; Kevin O’Gorman, Padraic Maher, Sean O’Brien; Darren O’Connor, John Coghlan, Michael Cahill; Noel McGrath, Joe Gallagher; Seamus Hennessy, Ciaran Lorigan, Brendan Maher (Captain); Michael Heffernan, Patrick Maher, John O’Neill
Subs: Sean Carey for Lorigan; James Barry for O’Connor; Daragh O’Brien for Heffernan; Liam Dwan for Hennessy

2008 – CORK: Darran McCarthy; Cian Smith, Darragh Rodgers, Eoin Moynihan; Aidan Walsh, Padraig O’Shea, William Egan; Seamus O’Farrell, Daniel Roche (Captain); Mark Collins, Ciaran Sheehan, Simon O’Brien; Jamie O’Dwyer, Paul Honohan, Paul Haughney
Subs: Jamie Coughlan for O’Dwyer, Brian Collins for Smith

2009 – WATERFORD:  Stephen O’Keeffe; Luke Egan, Tyrone Costello, Mark Wyse; John Dee, Philip Mahoney, Darragh Fives; Finan Murray, Martin O’Neill (Captain); Paudie Mahoney, Brian O’Halloran, Ronan Cahill; Paudie Prendergast, Jake Dillon, Ian Galgey
Subs: Kenneth Moore for Cahill (59)

2010 – CLARE: Ronan Taaffe; Haulie Vaughan, Paul Flanagan (Captain), Seadna Morey; Enda Boyce, Kevin Lynch, Stephan O’Halloran; Colm Galvin, Tony Kelly; Cathal Malone, Paudge Collins, Jamie Shanahan; David O’Halloran, Niall Arthur, Daire Keane.
Subs: Alan Mulready for Malone (48), Cathal O’Connell for Collins (59)

2011 – CLARE: Eibhear Quilligan; Jack Browne, Niall O’Connor, Seadhna Morey; Jarlath Colleran, Jamie Shanahan, Gearóid O’Connell; Colm Galvin, Tony Kelly (Captain); Peter Duggan, Cathal O’Connell, Eoin Enright; Shane O’Donnell, Oisín Hickey, Aaron Cunningham
Sub: Alan Mulready for Enright (55)

2012 – TIPPERARY: Paul Maher; Jack Peters, Michael Breen, Ronan Maher; Dylan Fitzelle, Thomas Hamill, Barry Heffernan; Bill Maher (Captain), John McGrath; Tadhg Gallagher, Jack Shelly, Steven O’Brien; Seán Ryan, Mark McCarthy, Stephen Cahill
Subs: Tom Fox for Heffernan (38 mins); Kevin Slattery for Ryan (43 mins); Tom Kirwan for Fitzelle (47 mins)

2013 – LIMERICK: Colin Ryan; Richard English (Captain), Stephen Cahill, Seán Finn; Andrew La Touche Cosgrave, Ronan Lynch, Seán Flanagan; Jamie Butler, Darragh O’Donovan; David Dempsey, Barry Nash, Cian Lynch; Dean Coleman, Tom Morrissey, Pat Ryan
Subs: Edward Doyle for Coleman (29 mins); Michael Casey for Cahill (39 mins); Lorcan Lyons for Butler (53 mins); Dean Coleman for Doyle (58 mins)

WATERFORD – 2013 All-Ireland Minor Hurling Champions – Waterford lost to Limerick in the Munster Minor Final Replay. However, they won the All-Ireland by beating Galway having qualified for the final via the backdoor system which allowed the Munster and Leinster runner-up to stay in the Championship.


 

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