2014 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

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2014 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
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Championship details
Dates 4 May — 21 September 2014
Teams 33 (includes London and New York)
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Kerry (37th win)
Captain Fionn Fitzgerald
Kieran O'Leary
Manager Éamonn Fitzmaurice
All-Ireland Finalists
Losing team Donegal
Captain Michael Murphy
Manager Jim McGuinness
Provincial Champions
Munster Kerry
Leinster Dublin
Ulster Donegal
Connacht Mayo
Championship statistics
Top Scorer Cillian O'Connor (5-36)
Player of the Year James O'Donoghue
2013
2015

The 2014 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the 127th edition of the GAA's premier inter-county Gaelic football since its establishment in 1887. It is played between 31 counties of Ireland (excluding Kilkenny), London and New York.

Changes for 2014 included the introduction of black cards for "cynical" fouls, the addition of IPTV service GAAGO for international audiences and the broadcasting of live televised matches on Sky Sports for the UK audience.

The defending champions were Dublin who were beaten by Donegal in the semi-final. This led to the unexpected final pairing of Donegal and Kerry (victors over Mayo in their semi-final replay) - a first on All-Ireland Final day, and only a second meeting in Championship history. Their first Championship encounter, a 2012 quarter-final, led to victory for Donegal, who marched on to lay claim to that year's Sam Maguire Cup.

Kerry won their 37th title after a 2-9 to 0-12 win against Donegal.[1][2]

Teams

A total of 33 teams contested the championship. These include 31 teams from Ireland, as well as London and New York. As in previous years, Kilkenny footballers decided not to field a team. New York does not participate in the qualifiers.

Broadcasting

In the first year of a deal running from 2014 until 2016, a total of 45 provincial and All-Ireland championship matches in hurling and football will be broadcast live on television in Ireland.[3][4] A total of 31 games will be shown by RTÉ and 20 by Sky Sports for the first time, both All-Ireland Semi Final and Finals will be shared coverage between the two broadcasters. TV3's six year-involvement with broadcasting games came to an end in 2013. Sky Sports will also broadcast live the All-Ireland hurling and football semi-finals and finals along with RTÉ.[5][6][7][8][9]

Rachel Wyse and Brian Carney were announced as presenters of Sky's coverage, with Dave McIntyre and Mike Finnerty as commentators.[10] Analysts were Peter Canavan and Paul Earley.[11][12]

Australia's terrestrial Seven Network will broadcast all 45 Championship games.[13]

In May, the GAA and RTÉ launched a new streaming service called GAAGO intended to stream championship games worldwide.[14] The subscription-based service will be available to fans everywhere in the world outside of the island of Ireland, including all the games broadcast in Ireland exclusively by Sky Sports.[15] All 45 televised games from the football and hurling championships, as broadcast by both RTÉ and Sky will be available to watch on GAAGO.[16] For Great Britain, the games broadcast by Sky will only be available through Sky. The price for a worldwide GAAGO 'Season Pass' is €110 while in Britain, the GB Pass will be €60. A pay-per-game option is available for €10, and this will rise to €14 for the quarter-final, semi-final and final stages of the championship.[17]

Stadia and locations

Team Location Stadium Stadium capacity
Antrim Belfast Casement Park

Re-opening 2015

32,500
Armagh Armagh Athletic Grounds 19,500
Carlow Carlow Dr. Cullen Park 21,000
Cavan Cavan Kingspan Breffni Park 32,000
Clare Ennis Cusack Park 14,864
Cork Cork Páirc Uí Chaoimh 43,550
Derry Derry Celtic Park 22,000
Donegal Ballybofey MacCumhail Park 18,000
Down Newry Páirc Esler 20,000
Dublin Dublin Parnell Park 13,500
Fermanagh Enniskillen Brewster Park 20,000
Galway Galway
Tuam
Pearse Stadium
St Jarlath's Park
26,197
25,000
Kerry Killarney Fitzgerald Stadium 43,180
Kildare Newbridge St. Conleth's Park 6,200
Laois Portlaoise O'Moore Park 27,000
Leitrim Carrick-on-Shannon Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada 9,331
Limerick Limerick Gaelic Grounds 49,866
London Ruislip Emerald GAA Grounds 5,000
Longford Longford Pearse Park 10,000
Louth Drogheda Drogheda Park 7,000
Mayo Castlebar MacHale Park 42,000
Meath Navan Páirc Tailteann 10,000
Monaghan Clones St. Tiernach's Park 36,000
New York Kingsbridge, Bronx Gaelic Park 2,000
Offaly Tullamore O'Connor Park 20,000
Roscommon Roscommon Dr. Hyde Park 18,500
Sligo Sligo Markievicz Park 18,558
Tipperary Thurles Semple Stadium 53,500
Tyrone Omagh Healy Park 26,500
Waterford Waterford Walsh Park 17,000
Westmeath Mullingar Cusack Park 11,000
Wexford Wexford Wexford Park 20,000
Wicklow Aughrim Aughrim County Ground 10,000

Innovations and utilities

The inclusion of GAAGO and Sky Sports in the Championship season. Central Council decided to defer the implementation of the clock/hooter until the 2015 championships.[18]

Fixtures and results

Connacht Senior Football Championship

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Connacht final
New York 0-08  
Mayo 4-18     Mayo 0-13  
Roscommon 1-18     Roscommon 1-09  
Leitrim 0-13       Mayo 3-14
          Galway 0-16
        Sligo 0-11
London 0-07     Galway 0-16    
Galway 3-17  
Final
Mayo 3-14 – 0-16 Galway
C O’Connor (0-08), J Doherty, L Keegan (1-01 each), B Moran (1-00), K McLoughlin (0-03), A Dillon (0-01) Report S Walsh (0-07), P Conroy (0-04), S Armstrong (0-02), G Bradshaw, M Lundy, D Cummins (0-01 each)
Referee: R Hickey (Clare)

Leinster Senior Football Championship

Preliminary Round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Leinster final
Wicklow 1-11  
Laois 0-21     Laois 0-16  
        Dublin 2-21  
          Dublin 2-25  
Longford 0-19       Wexford 1-12  
Offaly 0-15     Longford 1-13  
        Wexford 1-15  
          Dublin 3-20
Westmeath 1-09       Meath 1-10
Louth 1-14     Louth 1-07  
        Kildare 1-22  
          Kildare 0-17  
          Meath 2-16  
        Carlow 0-06      
        Meath 7-13      
     
Final
Dublin 3-20 – 1-10 Meath
B Brogan (1-06), K McManamon (1-05), E O’Gara (1-01), J McCaffrey, C O’Sullivan, P Flynn, A Brogan, D Connolly, C Costello, D Rock, S Cluxton (0-01 each) Report M Newman (1-02), A Tormey, S Bray, S O’Rourke (0-02 each), D Carroll, D Bray (0-01 each)
Attendance: 62,620
Referee: P Hughes (Armagh)

Munster Senior Football Championship

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Munster final
Limerick 1-11  
Tipperary 2-14     Tipperary 1-11  
        Cork 0-16  
          Cork 0-12
          Kerry 0-24
        Kerry 1-17
Clare
(R)
2-08
3-11
    Clare 1-13    
Waterford
(R)
2-08
0-12
 
Final
Cork 0-12 – 0-24 Kerry
D Goulding (0-06), B Hurley (0-04), A Walsh, F Goold (0-01 each) Report J O’Donoghue (0-10), J Buckley, B Sheehan (0-04 each), P Geaney (0-03), S O’Brien, D Walsh, Declan O’Sullivan (0-01 each)
Referee: C Reilly (Meath)

Ulster Senior Football Championship

Preliminary Round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Ulster final
Tyrone
(R)
2-11
3-11
 
Down
(R)
3-08
0-12
    Tyrone 0-14  
        Monaghan 1-12  
          Monaghan
(R)
0-14
1-18
 
          Armagh
(R)
0-14
1-13
 
        Armagh 1-12  
        Cavan 0-09  
          Monaghan 1-09
          Donegal 0-15
        Fermanagh 3-13  
        Antrim 2-18  
          Antrim 0-12  
          Donegal 3-16  
        Derry 0-11      
        Donegal 1-11      
     
Final
Monaghan 1-09 – 0-15 Donegal
P Finlay (0-04), C McGuinness (1-00), R Beggan (0-02), V Corey, K Hughes, C McManus (0-01 each) Report C McFadden (0-04), P McBrearty , O MacNiallais (0-03 each), M Murphy (0-02), A Thompson, K Lacey, R McHugh (0-01 each)
Referee: M Deegan (Laois)

All-Ireland qualifiers

Round 1

The first round consisted of all teams that failed to reach their respective provincial semi-finals. 16 teams in total took part. The draw took place on Monday 9 June 2014 on RTÉ Radio 1.[19]

2014 saw a new qualifying system implemented. The teams were split into groups A and B depending on which side of the draw they had played in their provincial championships. Each team was drawn to face an opponent from the same group as themselves, meaning A teams were paired with A teams and B teams were paired with B teams. Four games were instituted for each round, with Round 1A staged on 21 June and Round 1B taking place on 28 June.[19]

Round 1A
Limerick 1-16 – 1-13 London
I Ryan (0-08), G Hegarty (1-00), K Phair, G Collins, B Scanlon (0-02 each), J Galvin, D Neville (0-01 each) Report D Dunleavy (1-05) J Feeney (0-02), A Faherty, M Gottsche, M Miskelly, L Mulvey, S Hickey, T Gaughan (0-01 each)
Referee: P O’Sullivan (Kerry)

Round 1A
Laois 1-19 – 2-15 Fermanagh
D Kingston (0-06), R Munnelly (0-04), B Sheehan (1-00), D Strong (0-03), C Meredith (0-02), K Meaney, C Begley, P Begley, D Conway (0-01 each) Report S Quigley (2-08), E Maguire (0-02), N Cassidy, B Owens, R Jones, R Corrigan, P McCusker (0-01 each)
Referee: D Coldrick (Meath)

Round 1A
Derry 2-14 – 2-16 Longford
M Lynch (1-04), B Heron (1-01), J Kielt (0-04), E Lynn, T O'Brien (0-02 each), SL McGoldrick (0-01) Report P Barden (1-02), S McCormack (0-04),
M Hughes (1-00), B Kavanagh (0-03), F McGee, M Quinn (0-02 each), B Gilleran, S Mulligan, C Smyth (0-01 each)
Referee: M Higgins (Fermanagh)

Round 1A
Wicklow 3-12 – 0-17 Offaly
S Furlong (2-02), L Glynn (0-04), D Hayden (1-00), A Murphy (0-02), D Healy, J McGrath, A McLoughlin, J Stafford (0-01 each) Report N McNamee (0-10), J Maher (0-03), P Cunningham, J Moloney, N Smith, A Sullivan (0-01 each)
Referee: C Lane (Cork)


Round 1B
Louth 0-10 – 2-21 Tyrone
R Burns (0-03), A McDonnell, B White, C Grimes (0-02 each), C Judge (0-01). Report D McCurry (0-06), S Cavanagh (0-05), E McKenna (1-01), N Morgan, C McAliskey (0-04 each), S O’Neill (1-00), C McGinley (0-01).
Referee: M Duffy (Sligo)

Round 1B
Cavan 1-15 – 1-14 Westmeath
N McDermott (1-02), M Lyng, J Brady (0-03 each), M Argue (0-02), J Hayes, R Maloney-Derham, G McKiernan, D Givney, E Keating (0-01 each) Report J Heslin (0-04), J Gilligan (1-00), C McCormack (0-03), Dessie Dolan, P Sharry, G Egan (0-02 each), K Martin (0-01)
Referee: P Hughes (Armagh)

Round 1B
Carlow 0-17 – 1-13 Waterford
D St Ledger (0-04), C Coughlan, S Kinsella (0-03 each), B Kavanagh (0-02), K Nolan, E Ruth, M Meaney, D Foley, J Kennedy (0-01 each) Report P Whyte (0-08),L O’Lionain (1-02), S Briggs (0-02), T Prendergast (0-01)
Referee: C Reilly (Meath) / P O’Sullivan (Kerry)

Round 1B
Down 4-18 – 0-09 Leitrim
C Laverty (2-04), D O’Hare (0-04), N Madine, D Turley (1-00 each), B Coulter, M Poland, L Doyle (0-02 each), K McKernan, D Gordon, C Maginn, M Cunningham (0-01 each) Report E Mulligan (0-05), Gary Reynolds, S McWeeney, R Lowe, N Moore (0-01 each)
Referee: A Nolan (Wicklow)

Round 2

The second round of the qualifiers featured the eight winning teams of Round 1A and Round 1B, along with the defeated teams from the provincial semi-finals. The draw saw each team from the previous qualifier round face a beaten semi-finalist, with the eight winners of these matches progressing to Round 3.

Round 2A
Limerick 3-11 – 0-15 Antrim
G Collins (2-00), I Ryan (0-04), D Tracey (1-00), J Galvin, K Phair (0-02 each), M O'Riordan, T Lee, G Hegarty (0-01 each) Report P Cunningham (0-07), P McCann (0-02), M McCann, N McKeever, M Sweeney, T McCann, R McGrady, P McBride (0-01 each)
Referee: M Higgins (Fermanagh)

Round 2A
Tipperary 2-17 – 0-06 Longford
C Sweeney (0-08), P Acheson (1-02), B Grogan (0-04), M Quinlivan (1-00), P Codd, B Mulvihill, C Kennedy (0-01 each) Report B Kavanagh (0-02), E Williams, M Quinn, P Barden, S McCormack (0-01 each)
Referee: P O'Sullivan (Kerry)

Round 2A
Wicklow 0-10 – 0-12 Sligo
S Furlong (0-04), J Stafford, A McLoughlin, R Finn, N Gaffney, D O'Sullivan, L Glynn (0-01 each) Report C Harrison, S Coen, A Marren, M Breheny (0-02 each), J Hynes, B Curran, D Kelly, A Devaney (0-01 each)
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: C Branagan (Down)

Round 2A
Wexford 0-17 – 0-18 Laois
C Lyng (0-05), B Brosnan (0-04), PJ Banville (0-03), J Holmes (0-02), R Tierney, G Molloy, P Byrne (0-01 each) Report J O'Loughlin (0-04), D Kingston (0-04), N Donoher (0-03), MJ Tierney (0-02), C Begley, K Meaney, C Meredith, R Munnelly, D O'Connor (0-01 each)
Referee: A Nolan (Wicklow)


Round 2B
Cavan 0-05 – 0-16 Roscommon
M Reilly (0-02), M Argue, E Keating, P Tinnelly (0-01 each) Report D Murtagh (0-05), E Smith (0-04), C Cregg (0-03), C Daly, D Smith (0-02 each)
Referee: B Cassidy (Derry)

Round 2B
Down 0-11 – 1-18 Kildare
B Coulter (0-03), D O’Hare (0-03), D Rooney, D O’Hagan, K McKernan, C Maginn, C Laverty (0-01 each) Report P Fogarty (0-04), T Moolick (1-00), A Smith, P O’Neill (0-03 each), C McNally, N Kelly (0-02 each), E Bolton, G White, E Callaghan, E O’Flaherty (0-01 each)
Referee: D Coldrick (Meath)

Round 2B
Carlow 2-13 – 4-26 Clare
D Bambrick, C Moran (1-00 each), P Broderick, C Coughlan, D St Ledger (0-02 each), B Kavanagh, J Kennedy, S Kinsella, M Meaney, W Minchin, E Ruth (0-01 each)
K Hartnett (0-01 own point)
Report R Donnelly (1-03), P McMahon (1-02), S Brennan (1-01), G Brennan, E Coughlan, D Tubridy (0-04 each), P Collins (1-00), E Cleary, S McGrath (0-03 each), S Collins (0-02)
Referee: M Duffy (Sligo)

Round 2B
Tyrone 0-10 – 0-13 Armagh
S Cavanagh (0-05), D McCurry (0-02), N Morgan, K Coney, N McKenna (0-01 each) Report T Kernan (0-04), J Clarke (0-03), A Kernan, S Harold, A Mallon, S Campbell, M Shields, R Grugan (0-01 each)
Referee: C Reilly (Meath)

Round 3

The third round of the qualifiers featured the eight winning teams of Round 2A and Round 2B. The draw saw each team from the previous qualifier round face each other, with the four winners of these matches progressing to Round 4.

Round 3A
Sligo 0-12 – 0-10 Limerick
A Marren (0-03), S Coen (0-02), M Breheny (0-02), K Cawley, P Hughes, J Kilcullen, S McManus, A Devaney (0-01 each) Report I Ryan (0-03), G Collins, B Scanlon (0-02 each), K Phair, E Hanrahan, M Brosnan (0-01 each)
Referee: F Kelly (Longford)

Round 3A
Laois 4-09 – 3-17 Tipperary
D Kingston (0-04), D Conway (1-01), J O’Loughlin, C Meredith, J Finn (1-00 each), B Sheehan, N Donoher, E Costello, MJ Tierney (0-01 each) Report C Sweeney (2-02), B Grogan (1-03), P Austin (0-04), M Quinlivan (0-03), C O’Riordan, B Fox (0-02 each), P Acheson (0-01)
Referee: D Gough (Meath)


Round 3B
Roscommon 1-12 – 1-17 Armagh
D Murtagh (0-05), C Murtagh (1-00), K Higgins, E Smith, C Daly, C Shine, S Kilbride, D Smith, C Cregg (0-01 each) Report J Clarke, T Kiernan (0-04 each), S Forker 1-00, S Harold, K Carragher (0-02 each), A Mallon, A Findan, K Dyas, S Campbell, R Grugan (0-01 each)
Referee: E Kinsella (Laois)

Round 3B
Clare 0-12 – 0-13 Kildare
D Tubridy (0-04), G Brennan, S McGrath (0-02 each), M McMahon, E Coughlan, P Collins, R Donnelly (0-01 each) Report A Smith (0-06), E O'Flaherty (0-03), E Callaghan (0-02), P O'Neill, P Brophy (0-01 each)
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: J McQuillan (Cavan)

Round 4

The fourth round of the qualifiers features the four winning teams of Round 3A and Round 3B. The draw saw each team from the previous qualifier round face a provincial runner-up. The teams from Round 3A faced runners up from Connacht and Munster, while the teams from Round 3B faced those from Leinster and Ulster, with the four winners of these matches progressing to the All-Ireland Quarter Finals.

For the Round 4A games no draw was necessary as Sligo had already faced Galway, while Tipperary had previously played Cork. A similar situation occurred on the B side of the draw, with Armagh unable to meet Monaghan, and Kildare having played Meath previously.

Round 4A
Cork 0-21 – 1-11 Sligo
C O’Neill (0-10), P Kerrigan (0-05), A Walsh (0-02), B Hurley, D Hodnett, I Maguire, D Cahalane (0-01 each) Report A Marren (0-06), S Coen (1-01), M Breheny (0-03), C Harrison (0-01)
Referee: D Gough (Meath)

Round 4A
Galway 4-17 – 4-12 Tipperary
S Walsh (0-05), D Cummins, M Lundy (1-01 each), F Ó Curraoin, T Flynn (1-00 each), M Martin, P Conroy (0-03 each), S Armstrong (0-02), P Varley, D Comer (0-01 each) Report C Sweeney (1-04), C O’Riordan (1-02), B Fox, B Mulvihill (1-00 each), P Acheson (0-02), S O’Brien, B Grogan, M Quinlivan, G Hannigan (0-01 each)
Referee: B Cassidy (Derry)


Round 4B
Meath 0-13 – 0-18 Armagh
M Newman (0-04), G Reilly (0-03), P O’Rourke, David Bray (0-02 each), D Carroll, A Tormey (0-01 each) Report T Kernan, A Forker, S Campbell (0-03 each), A Kernan, B Mallon (0-02 each), M Shields, K Dyas, K Carragher, J Clarke, S Forker (0-01 each)
Referee: R Hickey (Clare)

Round 4B
Monaghan 2-16 – 2-14
(AET)
Kildare
S Gollogly (1-03), C McManus (0-05), P Finlay (0-04), V Corey (1-00), D Wylie, F Kelly, D Hughes, J McCarron (0-01 each) Report E Bolton (2-01), E O’Flaherty (0-04), A Smith (0-03), P Fogarty (0-02), P O’Neill, H Lynch, E Callaghan, N Kelly (0-01 each)
Referee: D Coldrick (Meath)

All-Ireland series

Quarter-finals

The quarter-finals will feature the four provincial champions, along with the teams that progress from Round 4 of the qualifiers. The teams from Round 4A will face either the Connacht or Munster champions in the earlier games, while the following weekend sees the teams from Round 4B face the champions from Leinster and Ulster.

Teams coming from the qualifiers that had already met one of the provincial champions in an earlier match in the competition were automatically kept apart from that team. This made a draw unnecessary on the A side of the draw, Cork and Galway were prevented from facing Kerry and Mayo respectively. On the B side of the draw, Armagh had not met either of the teams and were able to play either Donegal or Dublin, but Monaghan's earlier game with Donegal meant that those two teams were kept apart, again making a draw unnecessary.[20]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                 
Kerry 1-20
Galway 2-10
Kerry 3-16
Mayo 3-13
Mayo 1-19
Cork 2-15
Kerry 2-09
Donegal 0-12
Donegal 1-12
Armagh 1-11
Donegal 3-14
Dublin 0-17
Dublin 2-22
Monaghan 0-11
Quarter-final A
Kerry 1-20 – 2-10 Galway
J O’Donoghue (1-05), P Geaney (0-04, 1f), BJ Keane (0-03), D Walsh (0-02), J Buckley (0-02, 1f), M Geaney, Declan O’Sullivan, D Moran, K O’Leary (0-01 each) Report S Walsh (0-05, 3f), M Lundy (1-01), T Flynn (1-00), G Bradshaw (0-02), P Conroy, D Comer (0-01 each)
Attendance: 37,866
Referee: E Kinsella (Laois)

Quarter-final A
Mayo 1-19 – 2-15 Cork
C O’Connor (0-06, 3f), A O’Shea (1-00), A Dillon (0-03), D Vaughan, S O’Shea, J Doherty, A Moran (0-02 each), L Keegan, K McLoughlin (0-01 each) Report B Hurley (1-04, 1f), C O’Neill (0-06, 4f), D O'Connor (1-02, 1f), F Goold (0-2), A Walsh (0-01, 1f)
Attendance: 37,866
Referee: C Reilly (Meath)


Quarter-final B
Donegal 1-12 – 1-11 Armagh
M Murphy (0-05), O MacNiallais (1-01), C McFadden (0-03), P McBrearty (0-02), N McGee (0-01) Report T Kernan (0-04), A Kernan (0-02), A Mallon, A Forker, S Campbell, K Carragher, M Murray (0-01 each)
P Durcan (1-00 own goal)
Attendance: 72,440
Referee: J McQuillan (Cavan)

Quarter-final B
Dublin 2-22 – 0-11 Monaghan
B Brogan (1-06), D Connolly (1-02), A Brogan (0-03), E O’Gara, D Rock, P Flynn (0-02 each), J Cooper, K McManamon, S Cluxton, C Costello (0-01 each) Report C McManus (0-06), D Clerkin, K Hughes (0-02 each), R Beggan (0-01)
Attendance: 72,440
Referee: M Duffy (Sligo)

Semi-finals

There was no draw for the semi-finals as the fixtures are pre-determined on a yearly rotation (which ensures that the provincial champions can only meet once every three years if they win their quarter finals). The pairings saw last years finalists Dublin and Mayo take on Donegal and Kerry respectively. Kerry became the first team to reach the 2014 final following a win in extra time in a replay at the Gaelic Grounds,[21] while Donegal joined them the following day after seeing off the reigning champions Dublin by six points.[22] The Kerry–Mayo replay was moved to Limerick because Croke Park had been booked for a college American football game between Penn State and UCF.[23]

Semi-final
Kerry 1-16 – 1-16 Mayo
J O'Donoghue (1-03), D Walsh, D Moran (0-02 each), P Geaney, S O'Brien, J Buckley, M Geaney, F Fitzgerald, P Murphy, P Crowley, K O'Leary, B Sheehan (0-01 each) Report C O'Connor (1-08), A Dillon (0-03), A Moran (0-02), J Doherty, L Keegan, C Boyle (0-01 each)
Attendance: 52,495
Referee: David Coldrick (Meath)
Semi-final replay
Kerry 3-16 – 3-13
(AET)
Mayo
J O'Donoghue (2-06), P Geaney (0-04), K Donaghy (1-00), BJ Keane, J Lynne (0-02 each), K Young, M O Se (0-01 each) Report C O'Connor (2-05), A Moran (1-01), J Doherty (0-03), D Vaughan, K McLoughlin, A Freeman, M Conroy (0-01 each)
Attendance: 36,256
Referee: Cormac Reilly (Meath)

Donegal 3-14 – 0-17 Dublin
R McHugh (2-02), C McFadden (1-03), M Murphy (0-03), P McBrearty (0-02), K Lacey, F McGlynn, O MacNiallais, R Kavanagh (0-01 each) Report D Connolly (0-05), P Flynn (0-04), B Brogan (0-03), A Brogan, P Andrews (0-02 each), P McMahon (0-01)
Attendance: 81,500
Referee: J McQuillan (Cavan)

Final

Kerry 2-09 – 0-12 Donegal
Paul Geaney 1-2 (0-1f), Kieran Donaghy 1-2, Paul Murphy 0-1, Barry John Keane 0-2 (0-2f), Johnny Buckley 0-1, Bryan Sheehan 0-1 (0-1f). Report Michael Murphy 0-4 (0-3f), Colm McFadden 0-1 (0-1f), Odhrán Mac Niallais 0-1, Kark Lacey 0-1, Patrick McBrearty 0-2, Neil McGee 0-1, Dermot Molloy 0-1, Christy Toye 0-1
Attendance: 82,184
Referee: Eddie Kinsella (Laois)

Championship statistics

  • All scores correct as of 21 September 2014[24]

Miscellaneous

  • The Munster football Championship was seeded for only the 2nd time since 1990.
  • The Kerry-Mayo All Ireland semi-final was replayed in the Gaelic Grounds, Limerick the first All Ireland semi-final to outside Croke Park, Dublin since 1983.

Scoring

  • First goal of the championship:
  • Widest winning margin: 28 points
  • Most goals in a match: 8
  • Most points in a match: 39
  • Most goals by one team in a match: 7
  • Highest aggregate score: 57 points
  • Lowest aggregate score: 21 points
  • Most goals scored by a losing team: 4

Top scorers

Season
Name Team Tally Total Games Average
1 Cillian O'Connor Mayo 5-36 51 6 8.5
2 Shane Walsh Galway 1-29 32 5 6.4
3 Conor Sweeney Tipperary 4-19 31 5 6.2
4 Conor McManus Monaghan 1-27 30 6 5.0
5 Tony Kernan Armagh 0-25 25 7 3.6
6 James O'Donoghue Kerry 4-24 36 5 7.2
7 Donie Kingston Laois 0-23 23 5 5.6
Paul Geaney Kerry 1-20 23 6 3.8
Bernard Brogan Dublin 2-17 23 4 5.8
Sean Quigley Fermanagh 3-14 23 2 11.5
11 Michael Murphy Donegal 0-21 21 6 3.5
Ross Munnelly Laois 0-21 21 5 4.3
12 Jamie Clarke Armagh 0-20 20 7 2.9
Barry Grogan Tipperary 2-14 20 5 4.0
14 Ian Ryan Limerick 0-19 19 4 4.7
Darren McCurry Tyrone 1-16 19 4 4.8
16 Paul Whyte Waterford 1-15 18 3 6.0
Donal O'Hare Down 1-15 18 4 4.5
Mickey Newman Meath 4-06 18 3 6.0
19 Niall McNamee Offaly 0-17 17 2 8.5
Sean McCormack Longford 0-17 17 4 4.3
Sean Cavanagh Tyrone 0-17 17 5 3.4
Diarmuid Connolly Dublin 2-11 17 5 3.4
Single game
Rank Player Tally Total County Opposition
1 Sean Quigley 2-08 14 Fermanagh Laois
2 James O'Donoghue 2-06 12 Kerry Mayo
3 Cillian O'Connor 2-05 11 Mayo Kerry
Cillian O'Connor 1-08 11 Mayo Kerry
Cillian O'Connor 2-05 11 Mayo New York
Mickey Newman 3-02 11 Meath Carlow
7 Niall McNamee 0-10 10 Offaly Wicklow
James O'Donoghue 0-10 10 Kerry Cork
Colm O'Neill 0-10 10 Cork Sligo
Conor McManus 1-07 10 Monaghan Armagh
Bernard Brogan 1-07 10 Dublin Monaghan
Conor Laverty 2-04 10 Down Leitrim
13 Ross Munnelly 0-09 9 Laois Wicklow
Shane Walsh 1-06 9 Galway London
Brian Neeson 1-06 9 Antrim Fermanagh
Sean Quigley 1-06 9 Fermanagh Antrim
Bernard Brogan 1-06 9 Dublin Meath

Awards

Sunday Game Team of the Year

The Sunday Game team of the year was picked on 21 September, the night of the final. Kerry's James O'Donoghue was named as the Sunday Game player of the year.[25]

  • Paul Durcan (Donegal)
  • Aidan O'Mahony (Kerry)
  • Neill McGee (Donegal)
  • Keith Higgins (Mayo)
  • Paul Murphy (Kerry)
  • Peter Crowley (Kerry)
  • Colm Boyle (Mayo)
  • David Moran (Kerry)
  • Neil Gallagher (Donegal)
  • Paul Flynn (Dublin)
  • Diarmuid Connolly (Dublin)
  • Ryan McHugh (Donegal)
  • James O'Donoghue (Kerry)
  • Michael Murphy (Donegal)
  • Cillian O'Connor (Mayo)
All Star Team

The 2014 All Star team was named in October. Kerry's James O'Donoghue was named as the All Stars Footballer of the Year with Ryan McHugh of Donegal named the All Stars Young Footballer of the Year.[26]

Pos. Player Team Appearances
GK Paul Durcan Donegal 2
RCB Paul Murphy Kerry 1
FB Neil McGee Donegal 3
LCB Keith Higgins Mayo 3
RWB James McCarthy Dublin 1
CB Peter Crowley Kerry 1
LWB Colm Boyle Mayo 2
MD Neil Gallagher Donegal 2
MD David Moran Kerry 1
RWF Paul Flynn Dublin 4
CF Michael Murphy Donegal 2
LWF Diarmuid Connolly Dublin 1
RCF Cillian O'Connor Mayo 1
FF Kieran Donaghy Kerry 3
LCF James O'Donoghue Kerry 2

See also

References

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