Longford Gaelic Stats
Ladies Intermediate Championship

IFC Winners

WonClub / TeamYear Titles Won
4Ballymore2000, 2008, 2010, 2020
2Killoe2001, 2003
2Mullinalaghta2009, 2012
2St. Helens1999, 2014
2Colmcille2011, 2021
2Grattans2019, 2022
1Clonguish2002
1Rathcline2013
1Mostrim2015
1Carrickedmond2016
1Dromard2017
1Longford Slashers2018
1St. Brigids Gaels2023

– No record for 2004 to 2007 titles.
– Winners since 2023 receive Kiernan Steel Cup.

Ladies Intermediate Championship

Roll of Honour

YearLadies Intermediate Championship Winner
2023🏆 St. Brigids Gaels
2022🏆 Grattans
2021🏆 Colmcille
2020🏆 Ballymore
2019🏆 Grattans
2018🏆 Longford Slashers
2017🏆 Dromard
2016🏆 Carrickedmond
2015🏆 Mostrim
2014🏆 St. Helens
2013🏆 Rathcline
2012🏆 Mullinalaghta
2011🏆 Colmcille
2010🏆 Ballymore
2009🏆 Mullinalaghta
2008🏆 Ballymore
2007No Record
2006No Record
2005No Record
2004No Record
2003🏆 Killoe
2002🏆 Clonguish
2001🏆 Killoe
2000🏆 Ballymore
1999🏆 St. Helens

Structure: Junior Championship was introduced in 1998 and Intermediate Championship was introduced in 1999. For the 1999 season, teams beaten in the early rounds (Round 1 or Quarter finals) of the Senior Championship would then play in the Junior Championship (which used to be called Senior ‘B’ from 1990 to 1997 and changed to Junior from 1998), while the beaten semi finalists went into the Intermediate Championship final. St. Helen’s won the first Intermediate Championship in 1999. By 2000, the Intermediate Championship included teams beaten in all rounds up to and including the semi-final. Intermediate competition didn’t become a graded competition (with pre-defined Intermediate teams, rather than an offshoot of SFC) until some years later.

2000 Clarification: The 2000 Intermediate final was delayed and eventually played in July 2001. 

2008 & 2009 Clarification: The 2008 & 2009 Senior Championships were played under the banner of ‘Intermediate’ and included Killoe, Rathcline, Ballymore, Carrickedmond, Mullinalaghta, Clonguish and St. Helens. Longford SFC winner in 2008 and 2009 would typically play in Leinster Club SFC competition. However due to a series of heavy defeats in Leinster Club SFC competition in the years prior, a decision was made to play the SFC under the banner of ‘Intermediate’ instead in both years to enable the winner to play in the Leinster Club IFC competition. Hence Senior Championship was instead played as an Intermediate ‘A’ Championship in 2008 and 2009 even though it was the same competition and same teams and same trophy as previous and subsequent SFC years. In match reports for both years, you will see the decider referenced as Intermediate ‘A’ Championship final. Teams knocked out of the Championship in the first round in 2008 & 2009 competed in Intermediate ‘B’ Championship. In terms of Rolls of Honour, the 2008 and 2009 IFC ‘A’ winners are shown with the SFC winners for continuity, while the IFC ‘B’ winners are shown with the IFC winners for continuity. 

Missing Records: We found no record of Intermediate Championship from 2004 to 2007. If you have information on any of those years winners, or can confirm that there was no winner for any/all of those years, please use the ‘Contact’ section of this site to get in touch. 

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