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Seandún GAA

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Seandún GAA

Seandun GAA is a Cork Senior Football Championship and Cork Senior Hurling Championship. Many of the best known clubs in Cork are part of this division - Nemo Rangers, Blackrock, Glen Rovers are examples. The division derives its name from Shandon, whose bells are a symbol of Cork City.


Junior A Football Championship

2013 St. Finbarrs
2012 Douglas
2011 St. Finbarrs
2010 Whites Cross
2009 Whites Cross
2008 Whites Cross
2007 Nemo Rangers
2006 Whites Cross
2005 Na Piarsaigh
2004 Douglas
2003 Mayfield
2002 Nemo Rangers
2001 Mayfield
2000 Mayfield
1999 Nemo Rangers
1998 Brian Dillons
1997 Mayfield
1996 Nemo Rangers
1995 Nemo Rangers
1994 Passage
1993 Passage
1992 Bishopstown
1991 Brian Dillons
1990 Nemo Rangers
1989 Passage
1988 St.Finbarrs
1987 St.Michaels
1986 Lough Rovers
1985 St.Nicks
1984 St.Nicks
1983 St.Nicks
1982 Passage
1981 St.Nicks
1980 Passage
1979 Nemo Rangers
1978 Brian Dillons
1977 Brian Dillons
1976 Delaneys
1975 Mayfield
1974 Na Piarsaigh
1973 Douglas
1972 St.Nicks
1971 Bishopstown
1970 Douglas
1969 Passage
1968 Mayfield
1967 Nemo Rangers
1966 St.Vincents
1965 Na Piarsaigh
1964 Na Piarsaigh
1963 Na Piarsaigh
1962 Douglas
1961 St.Finbarrs
1960 St.Finbarrs
1959 Mayfield
1958 St.Nicks
1957 Nemo Rangers
1956 St.Michaels
1955 Delaneys
1954 Delaneys
1953 St.Michaels
1952 St.Michaels
1951 St.Finbarrs
1950 St.Vincents
1949 St.Patrick’s
1948 Commercials
1947 St.Finbarrs
1946 St.Vincents
1945 St.Patrick’s
1944 St.Patrick’s
1943 St.Nicks
1942 Commercials
1941 St.Finbarrs
1940 St.Annes
1939 St.Annes
1938 Brian Dillons
1937 St.Annes
1936 Brian Dillons
1935 St.Annes
1934 St.Annes
1933 St.Annes
1932 St.Annes
1931 St.Annes

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