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SFC Records – By Team

Senior Championship - By Team

SFC Opponents (1890-2023)Times PlayedKilloe WonKilloe DrewKilloe Lost
Longford Slashers3214612
Mostrim231256
Colmcille21858
Dromard19928
Clonguish15816
Abbeylara13625
St. Marys Granard121002
Mullinalaghta St. Columbas12516
Ardagh St. Patricks *9702
Seán Connollys *8512
Cashel8413
Ballymahon7502
Drumlish *7403
Fr. Manning Gaels7313
Carrickedmond6600
Rathcline6402
Edgeworthstown *4202
Kenagh3300
Longford Commercials *3300
Shannon Gaels *2110
Drumlish / Ballinamuck 98s *2110
Carrickedmond / Forgney *1100
St. Munis Forgney *1100
Legan Sarsfields1100
Ballywillan Michael Davitts *1100
Cranley Hearts of Erin *1100
St. Brigids Killashee1001
Longford Leo Caseys *1001
United Gaels *1001
Grand Totals2271252775

Senior Championship Qualifiers

SFC Qualifier Opponents (1972-1977) ***Times PlayedWonDrewLost
Carrickedmond / St. Munis Forgney2011
St. Munis Forgney / Legan Sarsfields1001
St. Brigids Killashee / Shroid Slashers1001
Dromard / Colmcille1001
Northern Gaels (Fr. Manning Gaels / Dromard)1001
Carrickedmond / Kenagh1001
Grand Totals7016

Notes

* Denotes clubs or amalgamations which have changed or merged or folded over the years, including...

  • Clonbroney won the 1919 Championship and the club was later renamed Seán Connollys.
  • Ardagh St. Patricks and Moydow Harpers united in 2019 to create Ardagh Moydow.
  • Longford Wanderers and Whiterock Slashers united in 1954 to create Longford Slashers.
  • Drumlish was renamed Young Irelands in 1951 and the club name was later changed to Éire Óg.
  • Éire Óg (Drumlish) and Ballinamuck united in March 1969 to create Fr. Manning Gaels.
  • Fr. Manning Gaels and Dromard joined forces to play in 1975 SFC as Northern Gaels.
  • Shannon Gaels was a combined team of Rathcline and Cashel. 
  • United Gaels was a combined team of Clonguish and Longford Wanderers.
  • Longford Commercials club is no longer in existence.
  • Longford Leo Caseys club is no longer in existence.
  • Ballywillan Michael Davitts club is no longer in existence.
  • Cranley Hearts of Erin club is no longer in existence.

** Between 1972 and 1979 amalgamations made up of Intermediate Championship clubs competed for a place in the Senior Championship proper. This qualifier series consisted of Preliminary Round, First Round, Semi Final, Final and the winner progressing to Preliminary Round of Senior Championship (apart from 1976 and 1979 when they went into the First or Second Round). For 1972-1974 and 1976-1977 Killoe joined with Sean Connolly's as 'Killoe Connollys' in these qualifiers, and in 1975 joined with Abbeylara as 'Killoe-Abbeylara' in these qualifiers. In 1977 Killoe won the Intermediate Championship and was promoted to Senior grade.

Senior Championship Records researched and compiled by Longford Gaelic Stats