2005 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

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2005 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
Championship details
Dates 7 May - 25 September 2005
Teams 33
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Tyrone (2nd win)
Captain Brian Dooher
Manager Mickey Harte
All-Ireland Finalists
Losing team Kerry
Captain Darran O'Sullivan
Manager Jack O'Connor
Provincial Champions
Munster Kerry
Leinster Dublin
Ulster Armagh
Connacht Galway
Championship statistics
No. matches played 65
Goals total 115 (1.77 per game)
Points total 1533 (23.58 per game)
Top Scorer Stephen O'Neill (5-49)
Player of the Year Stephen O'Neill
2004
2006

The All-Ireland Senior Football Championship 2005, known for sponsorship reasons as the 2005 Bank of Ireland All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the premier Gaelic football competition in 2005. It consisted of 33 teams and began on Saturday 7 May 2005. Few surprises came during the championship with the dominance of the Ulster teams evident once again. Gaelic football's "Big Three" of this era - Armagh, Kerry, Tyrone - all progressed to the semi-finals.[1][2]

The Championship concluded on Sunday 25 September 2005 when Tyrone defeated Kerry, who were playing in their second consecutive All-Ireland Final, by a scoreline of 1-16 to 2-10. Tyrone had to play ten games (including three replays) in order to win the Championship - more than any other team before or since.

Format[edit]

Since the introduction of the so-called "back-door" system a few years ago, a number of changes have taken place in the championship format. In 2005 the following system was used.

The provincial championships in Munster, Leinster, Ulster and Connacht ran as usual on a "knock-out" basis. These provincial games were then followed by the "Qualifier" system:

  • Round 1 of the qualifiers included all the counties that did not qualify for the Provincial Semi-Finals. An open draw was made to give eight pairings.
  • Round 2 consisted of the eight defeated teams in the Provincial Semi-Finals playing against the eight winners from Round 1. A draw was made to determine the eight pairings.
  • Round 3 Consisted of the 8 winners from Round 2 playing each other in an open draw format.
  • Round 4 consisted of each of the four teams defeated in the Provincial Finals shall playing against the four winners from Round 3. A draw was made to determine the four pairings.

The All-Ireland Quarter-Finals: Each of the four Provincial Champions played one of the four winners from Round 4. The All-Ireland Semi-Finals shall be on a Provincial rots basis, initially determined by the Central Council. If a Provincial Championship winning team is defeated in its Quarter-Final, the team that defeats it shall take its place in the Semi-Final.

Results[edit]

Munster Senior Football Championship[edit]

Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
Clare 2-14  
Waterford 2-10     Clare 0-06  
        Cork 0-18  
          Cork 0-11
          Kerry 1-11
        Limerick 0-10
Tipperary 0-13     Kerry 2-10    
Kerry 2-22  

Quarter-Final
Tipperary 0-13 - 2-22 Kerry
Report
Referee: D. Fahy (Longford)

Quarter-Final
Clare 2-14 - 2-10 Waterford
R Donnelly 1-6, E Coughlan 1-3, O O' Dwyer 0-2, D Russell, P O'Dwyer, S Hickey 0-1 each Report N Curran 1-8, G Hurney 1-1, S Briggs 0-1

Semi-Final
Clare 0-06 - 0-18 Cork
Report

Semi-Final
Limerick 0-10 - 2-10 Kerry
M Gavin 0-7, S Lavin, C Mullane, C Fitzgerald 0-1 each. Report C Cooper 2-5, E Fitzmaurice, L Hassett, D O Cinneide, S Moynihan, B Sheehan 0-1 each

Final
Kerry 1-11 - 0-11 Cork
D O'Sullivan 1-0, C Cooper, T Ò Sè, D Ò Cinnèide 0-2 each, MF Russell, L Hassett, M Ò Sè, E Brosnan, D Ò Sè 0-1 each. Report J Masters 0-3, J Hayes, M Ò Crònìn 0-2 each, F Goold, C McCarthy, N O'Leary, P Clifford 0-1 each.
Referee: D. Coldrick (Meath)

Leinster Senior Football Championship[edit]

1st Round Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
Offaly 1-15  
Louth 1-06     Offaly 1-08  
        Laois 1-10  
          Laois 0-21  
Wicklow 2-12       Kildare 0-09  
Kildare 1-17     Kildare 0-14  
        Westmeath 0-11  
          Laois 0-13
Dublin 2-23       Dublin 0-14
Longford 0-10     Dublin 1-12  
        Meath 1-10  
          Dublin 1-17  
          Wexford 2-10  
        Wexford 3-12      
        Carlow 2-10      
     

1st Round
Offaly 1-15 - 1-06 Louth
Report
Attendance: 6500
Referee: Michael Hughes

1st Round
Kildare 1-17 - 2-12 Wicklow
J Doyle 0-7, T Fennin 1-3, E Callaghan 0-3, M Foley, R Sweeney, K Brennan, K Ennis 0-1 each Report P Earls 1-6, T Harney 1-1, W O'Gorman 0-2, D Dillon, L Glynn, A Ellis 0-1 each
Referee: F. Flynn (Leitrim)

1st Round
Dublin 2-23 - 0-10 Longford
C Keaney 1-4, A Brogan 1-3, T Quinn 0-5, B Cullen, S Ryan, M Vaughan 0-2 each, J Sherlock, C Moran, C Goggins, C Whelan, D O'Callaghan 0-1 each Report P Davis 0-7, J Martin, B Kavanagh, N Sheridan 0-1 each
Referee: P. Russell (Tipperary)

Quarter-Final
Kildare 0-14 - 0-11 Westmeath
J Doyle 0-6, T Fennin 0-4, M Foley, D Earley, R Sweeney, D McCormack 0-1 each Report D Dolan 0-7, A Mangan, Wilson, P Mulvihill, Paul Conway 0-1 each

Quarter-Final
Laois 1-10 - 1-08 Offaly
R Munnelly 1-4, C Conway 0-2, P Clancy, N Garvan, D Brennan, K Fitzpatrick 0-1 each Report M Daly 1-1, N Coughlan 0-2, C Quinn, N McNamee, P Kelleghan, J Coughlan, J Reynolds 0-1 each
Attendance: 35485
Referee: Michael Collins (Cork)

Quarter-Final
Dublin 1-12 - 1-10 Meath
B Cahill 0-1, A Brogan 1-3, B Cullen 0-1, C Keaney 0-3, T Quinn 0-1, S Connell 0-1, M Vaughan 0-2 Report J Sheridan 1-0, B Farrell 0-4, G Geraghty 0-3, N Crawford, N Kelly, D Regan 0-1 each
Referee: J. Bannon (Longford)

Quarter-Final
Wexford 3-12 - 2-10 Carlow
M Forde 1-6, D Fogarty 1-1, PJ Banville 1-0, D Breen, R Barry, S Cullen, P Colfer, D Kinsella 0-1 each Report S Rea 1-5, M Carpenter 1-0, P Hickey 0-2, T Walsh, B Carberry 0-1 each
Referee: J. McKee (Armagh)

Semi-Final
Laois 0-21 - 0-09 Kildare
R Munnelly 0-7, B Brennan 0-4, C Conway 0-3, B Sheehan 0-2, K Fitzpatrick, N Garvan, B McDonald 0-1 each Report D McCormack, J Doyle 0-2 each, M Foley, T Fennin, S McKenzie Smith 0-1 each
Referee: J. Geaney (Cork)

Semi-Final
Dublin 1-17 - 2-10 Wexford
T Quinn 0-10, J Sherlock 1-0, C Whelan, C Moran 0-2 each, A Brogan, B Cullen, C Keaney 0-1 each Report P.J. Banville 1-2, R Barry 1-1, K Kennedy 0-2, D Fogarty, J Hudson 0-1 each

Final
Dublin 0-14 - 0-13 Laois
Report

Ulster Senior Football Championship[edit]

Preliminary Round Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
     
        Monaghan 2-08  
        Derry 1-17  
          Derry 0-10  
          Armagh 1-11  
        Donegal 1-10  
Fermanagh 1-07     Armagh 3-11  
Armagh 2-12       Armagh 0-13
          Tyrone 0-11
        Down 1-06  
        Tyrone 1-13  
          Tyrone 3-19  
          Cavan 0-07  
        Antrim 2-06      
        Cavan 1-15      
     

1st Round
Armagh 2-12 - 1-07 Fermanagh
Report

Quarter-Final
Tyrone 1-13 - 1-06 Down
M Penrose 1-1, O Mulligan 0-3, S O'Neill, P Canavan, S Cavanagh 0-2 each, P Jordan, R Mellon, E McGinley 0-1 each Report B Coulter 1-1, A Rodgers 0-3, L Doyle 0-2

Quarter-Final
Cavan 0-11 - 0-11 Antrim
Report

Quarter-Final Replay
Cavan 1-15 - 2-06 Antrim
Report

Quarter-Final
Derry 1-17 - 2-08 Monaghan
Paddy Bradley 1-10, E Muldoon 0-3, P Murphy 0-2, C Devlin, Patsy Bradley 0-1 each Report S McManus 1-1, H McElroy 1-0, P Finlay 0-3, D Freeman 0-2, T Freeman, S Gollogly 0-1 each
Referee: M. Duffy (Sligo)

Quarter-Final
Armagh 0-12 - 0-12 Donegal
R Clarke 0-3, Aaron Kernan, O McConville, S McDonnell, Brian Mallon 0-2 each, P McGrane 0-1, Report C McFadden 0-5, Adrian Sweeney 0-4, C Toye, B Roper, B Devenney 0-1 each
Referee: J. McQuillan (Cavan)

Quarter-Final Replay
Armagh 3-11 - 1-10 Donegal
S McDonnell 1-3, R Clarke 1-1, M Mackin 1-0, A Kernan 0-3, M O'Rourke 0-2, O McConville, A O'Rourke 0-1 each Report B Devenney 1-4, C McFadden 0-6
Referee: M. Deegan (Laois)

Semi-Final
Tyrone 0-10 - 1-07 Cavan
S O'Neill 0-4, P Canavan 0-3, R McMenamin 0-2, O Mulligan 0-1 Report J O'Reilly 1-1, L Reilly 0-3, M Cahill, F O'Reilly, Lyng 0-1 each

Semi-Final Replay
Tyrone 3-19 - 0-07 Cavan
P Canavan 1-7, S O'Neill 1-5, P Jordan 1-1, C Gormley 0-2, S Cavanagh, M Penrose 0-1 each Report J O'Reilly 0-3, M McKeever 0-2, M Lyng, F O'Reilly 0-1 each
Referee: P. Russell (Tipperary)

Semi-Final
Armagh 1-11 - 0-10 Derry
A Kernan 0-4, B Mallon, S McDonnell 0-2 each, M O'Rourke, O McConville, R Clarke 0-1 each Report Paddy Bradley 0-5, E Bradley 0-2, P Murphy, M Lynch, E Muldoon 0-1 each
Referee: M. Monahan (Kildare)

Final
Armagh 2-08 - 0-14 Tyrone
S McDonnell 1-2, O McConville 1-1, A Kernan, P McGrane, R Clarke, B Mallon, J McEntee 0-1 each Report S O'Neill 0-10, B Dooher 0-2, C Gormley, S Cavanagh 0-1 each

Final Replay
Armagh 0-13 - 0-11 Tyrone
O McConville 0-4, R Clarke 0-3, A Kernan, S McDonnell 0-2 each, B Mallon, P McKeever 0-1 each Report S O'Neill 0-5, R McMenamin, D Harte, B Dooher, B McGuigan, M Penrose, R Mallon 0-1 each
Referee: M. Collins (Cork)

Connacht Senior Football Championship[edit]

Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
Sligo 0-09  
Leitrim 1-11     Leitrim 1-08  
New York 0-06     Galway 1-11  
Galway 3-14       Galway 0-10
          Mayo 0-08
        Mayo 1-16
London 1-08     Roscommon 0-11    
Roscommon 0-12  

Quarter-Final
New York 0-06 - 3-14 Galway
PJ Ward 0-4, M Keaveney, M Mitchell 0-1 each Report M Meehan 2-2, P Clancy 1-2, M Clancy 0-3, J Bergin, M Donnellan, P Joyce 0-2 each, S Walsh 0-1.

Quarter-Final
Leitrim 1-11 - 0-09 Sligo
J Goldrick 1-0, J Glancy, D Maxwell, Michael Foley 0-3 each, D Duignan 0-2, Report M Breheny 0-3, J Davey, S Davey 0-2 each, A Marren, J McPartland 0-1 each

Quarter-Final
London 1-08 - 0-12 Roscommon
B Solan 0-5, S McInerney 1-0, S Hehir, J Coffey, S Doran 0-1 each Report G Heneghan 0-5, S Lohan, E Kenny 0-2 each, S O'Neill, M Finneran, G Cox 0-1 each

Semi-Final
Galway 1-11 - 1-08 Leitrim
Report

Semi-Final
Roscommon 0-11 - 1-16 Mayo
G Heneghan 0-5, G Cox 0-2, M Ryan, J Rogers, F Grehan, J Dunning 0-1 each Report C Mortimer 1-4, BJ Padden 0-3, A Moran, C McDonald, T Mortimer 0-2 each, S Carolan, A Dillon, James Gill 0-1 each

Final
Galway 0-10 - 0-08 Mayo
M Donnellan 0-4, P Joyce, M Meehan 0-2 each, K Comer, D Savage 0-1 each Report C Mortimer 0-4, G Ruane, C McDonald, A Dillon, BJ Padden 0-1 each
Referee: J. Gainey

All-Ireland qualifiers[edit]

The losers of the Preliminary round matches and quarter final matches of each provincial championship started the qualifier.

Round 1[edit]

Round 2[edit]

The winners of round 1 were joined by the semi final losers of each provincial championship. The matches would be between a round 2 winner and a provincial championship semi final loser.

Round 3[edit]

The winners of round 2 contest as the matches from here were lowered to four. Matches were open.

Round 4[edit]

The winners of round 3 were joined by the losers of each provincial championship final. The matches would be between a round 3 winner and the loser of a provincial championship final.

All-Ireland series[edit]

The provincial champions and the winners of round 4 contested the quarter finals. The quarter final matches would be between a provincial champion and a round 4 winner.

Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
         
Kerry 2-15
Mayo 0-18
Kerry 1-19
Cork 0-9
Cork 2-14
Galway 2-11
Tyrone 1-16
Kerry 2-10
Armagh 2-17
Laois 1-11
Armagh 1-12
Tyrone 1-13
Tyrone 2-18
Dublin 1-14

Quarter-finals[edit]

Quarter-Final
Kerry 2-15 - 0-18 Mayo
C Cooper 1-1, D Ó Sé 1-0, MF Russell, P Galvin 0-3 each, E Brosnan 0-2, A O'Mahony, W Kirby, L Hassett, D O'Sullivan, M Ó Sé, D O Cinneide 0-1 each, Report C McDonald 0-6, A O'Malley 0-5, A Dillon 0-4, B Moran, A Moran, D Heaney 0-1 each
Referee: B. Crowe (Cavan)

Quarter-Final
Cork 2-14 - 2-11 Galway
BJ O'Sullivan, J Hayes 1-3 each, J Masters 0-3, A Lynch 0-2, E Sexton, K McMahon, P Clifford 0-1 each Report M Meehan 2-2, P Joyce 0-7, S Armstrong 0-2
Referee: M. Deegan (Laois)

Quarter-Final
Tyrone 1-14 - 1-14 Dublin
Report

Quarter-Final
Armagh 2-17 - 1-11 Laois
S McDonnell 1-5, O McConville 1-3, R Clarke 0-3, A Kernan, M O'Rourke 0-2 each, P McGrane, J McEntee 0-1 each Report B Brennan 1-1, R Munnelly 0-4, B Sheehan 0-3, P Clancy, S Kelly, C Conway 0-1 each
Referee: J. Geaney (Cork)

Quarter-Final Replay
Tyrone 2-18 - 1-14 Dublin
O Mulligan 1-7, S O'Neill 1-3, B Dooher 0-3, S Cavanagh, R Mellon 0-2 each, B McGuigan 0-1, Report C Keaney 0-4, T Quinn 0-3, D Farrell 1-0, A Brogan 0-2, S Ryan, C Moran, B Cullen, J Sherlock, S Connell 0-1 each
Referee: G. O Conamha (Galway)

Semi-finals[edit]

Semi-Final
Kerry 1-19 - 0-09 Cork
E Brosnan 1-2, C Cooper 0-5, P Galvin 0-3, B Sheehan 0-2, D Ó Cinneide, M McCarthy, L Hassett, T Ó Sé, A O'Mahony, W Kirby, MF Russell 0-1 each Report J Masters, K McMahon, P Clifford, J Hayes 0-2 each, A Lynch 0-1
Referee: J. McQuillan (Cavan)

Semi-Final
Tyrone 1-13 - 1-12 Armagh
S O'Neill 1-4, O Mulligan 0-3, S Cavanagh, P Canavan 0-2 each, R McMenamin, S Sweeney 0-1 each Report S McDonnell 1-3, O McConville 0-3, A Kernan 0-2, K McGeeney, R Clarke, B Mallon 0-1 each
Referee: P. Russell (Tipperary)

Final[edit]

Final
Kerry 2-10 - 1-16 Tyrone
C Cooper 0-5, D Ó Cinnéide 1-1, T Ó Sé 1-0, D Ó Sé, E Brosnan 0-2 each Report O Mulligan 0-5, P Canavan 1-1, B McGuigan, S O'Neill 0-3 each, R Mellon 0-2, P Jordan, B Dooher 0-1 each
Attendance: 82,112
Referee: M. Monahan (Kildare)

Championship statistics[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

  • For the first time since 1992 Kildare vs Westmeath in the Leinster championship.
  • Dublin played Laois in the Leinster final for the first time 1985.
  • In the old system there would have been Kerry vs Galway and Dublin vs Armagh All Ireland semi-finals.

Top scorers[edit]

Season
Player County Scores Total
Stephen O'Neill Tyrone 5-49 64
Paddy Bradley Derry 2-29 35
Colm Cooper Kerry 4-22 34
Steven McDonnell Armagh 4-21 33
Tomás Quinn Dublin 1-29 32
Ross Munnelly Laois 1-24 27
Hugh McElroy Monaghan 3-17 26
Eoin Mulligan Tyrone 2-20 26
Single game
Player Tally Opposition
Paddy Bradley (Derry) 1-10 Monaghan
Stephen O'Neill (Tyrone) 2-06 Monaghan
Hugh McElroy (Monaghan) 1-09 London
Niall Curran (Waterford) 1-08 Clare
Colm Cooper (Kerry) 2-05 Limerick

References[edit]

  1. ^ Keys, Colm (3 September 2005). "Why Gaelic's BIG THREE dwarf the rest". Irish Independent. Retrieved 3 September 2005. 
  2. ^ Keys, Colm (2 February 2005). "Kernan fears end is nigh for Armagh stars". Irish Independent. Retrieved 2 February 2005. Armagh will be on a bookies shortlist of three with Kerry and Tyrone for All-Ireland glory this year, but he fears his team's longevity is not guaranteed.