|Won||Club / Team||Year Titles Won|
|10||Killoe||1980, 2004, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017|
|6||St. Helens||1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994|
|6||Clonguish||1986, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2014, 2018|
|5||Rathcline||1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005|
|3||Ardagh||1981, 1982, 1985|
|3||Ballymore||1995, 1999, 2003|
|3||Carrickedmond||1987, 2019, 2022|
(Note: St. Annes was a temporary amalgamation of Ardagh and Legan)
Roll of Honour
|Year||Ladies Senior League Winner|
|2021||Not Played (Covid-19)|
|2020||Not Played (Covid-19)|
|1988||St. Annes (Ardagh/Legan)|
Note 1: Senior League is defined as the foremost Senior League competition of each year (may have been 9-a-side or 13-a-side or 15-a-side in any particular year depending on number of clubs in existence at that time). The winner receives the Anthony Curren cup.
Note 2: Senior League competition began in Longford on Sunday 31st August 1980 and was the very first Ladies competition in the county. The competition included the five clubs formed in the preceding months… Abbeylara, Colmcille, Dromard, Killoe and Legan. Killoe won the inaugural Senior League competition of 1980 with victory over Legan in the final, on a scoreline of 1-3 to 0-2 and were the first to be awarded the Anthony Curren Cup. By 1981 new clubs such as Ardagh, Cashel, Clonguish, Éire Óg, Forgney, Kenagh, Longford Slashers, Mostrim, Moydow, Seán Connollys and Shroid were formed and competed alongside Abbeylara, Colmcille, Dromard, Killoe and Legan in 1981 league competition. The Senior League competition of 1981 was won by Ardagh who defeated Longford Slashers by 4-7 to 2-0 in the final. As there was no championship competition at that time, the winners of 1980 and 1981 were regarded and referred to in club notes that year as ‘County Champions’.
Note 3: Carrickedmond won the 1987 Senor League title after a replay. The score in the first game was Carrickedmond 2-6, St. Annes 2-6. Carrickedmond won the 2022 Senior League title by topping the table at the end of competition (i.e. no final played in 2022).
Missing Records: No record of Senior League final or winner has been found for 1996 or 1997. This may be due to competition not completed due to the extended run by Longford Junior team in both Leinster and All-Ireland action in both years which led to other competitions being pushed into the following year, and may have led to the Senior League not being played/completed. If you have any information on Senior Division 1 winners for those two years, or if you can confirm that there was no winner for either/both of those years, please use the ‘Contact’ section of this website to get in touch and let us know.