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SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING TEAMS

1964 Mullingar Shamrocks 0-8 St. Mary's 1-3
Up by 0-3 to 0-1 in the earlier part of this county, the town fifteen went behind for the first time in the game when St.Mary's manufactured the game's only goal, but came back to claim the honours and win the cup.
Team:
Tony Caulfield, Sean Mullen, Brendan McNamara, Dan O'Dowd, Kevin Higgins, Frankie Connaughton, David Nolan, James O'Dowd, Paddy Cole, Colm Connaughton, Sean Magee, Des Newman, Tony McCormack, Michael Lynch, John Daly.
Subsitutes:
Terry O'Dowd for Des Newman, Des Newman(re-introduced) for John Daly.

1966 Mullingar Shamrocks 5-10 Maryland 1-5
This final in, early October, saw Shamrocks with some of Westmeath's better players in their line-up, produce a whirlwind display. Two first-half goals did the trick for the team despite a courageous effort by Maryland.Colm Connaughton(2), John Daly, Michael Quinn and Paddy Cole registered the goals
Team:
Noel Daly, Barry McKeogh, Paddy Murray, Dan O'Dowd, Frankie Connaughton, David Nolan, Kevin Higgins, Paddy Cole, Kevin Craig, Tony Keegan, Michael Quinn, Colm Connaughton, Sean Magee, James O'Dowd, John Daly.
Subsitutes:
Terry O'Dowd for John Daly.

1986 Mullingar Shamrocks 1-11 The Downs 2-5
Michael Fagan nets the goal to end a 20 year wait for a Westmeath Senior title. A young Shamrocks team, by usual standards, are now on the map and many of this victorious fifteen were part of the Leinster championship winning St. Mary's CBS team of 1983.
Team:
Stephen Fagan, Richard McKenna, Gerry Nohilly, Paddy Dunne, Patsy Fagan, Kevin Daly, Peter Smith, Tom Ormsby, Peter Faulkner, Michael Fagan, Mark Kelly, Denis Corroon, Sean Hynes, Michael O'Reilly, John Corroon.

1987 Mullingar Shamrocks 0-6 Moate 0-2
A crowd of approximately 3,000 viewed this match and with goalkeepers and defences in control of proceedings, Mullingar Shamrocks make it two titles in as many years.
Team:
Tom Hunt, Richard McKenna, Gerry Nohilly, Paddy Dunne, Peter Smith, Kevin Daly, Michael Fagan, Peter Faulkner,Tom Ormsby,Michael O'Reilly,Mark Kelly, Denis Corroon, Sean Hynes, Jim O'Shea, John Corroon.
Subsitutes:
Patsy Fagan for Peter Faulkner.

1990 Mullingar Shamrocks 2-7 Coralstown-Kinnegad 2-6
A close affair for the start of the new decade, but Shamrocks have the answers despite a good effort by Coralstown-Kinnegad.
Team:
Mullingar Shamrocks: Dermot Ryan, Ned Moore, Michael Conlon, John Conlon, Pierce Corroon, Luke Dempsey, Peter Smith, Peter Faulkner, Tom Ormsby, Michael Fagan, Sean Hynes, Denis Corroon, Paddy Hassett, Mark Kelly, Eddie Casey.
Subsitutes:
Michael O'Reilly for Paddy Hassett, John Corroon for Peter Faulkner.

1992 Mullingar Shamrocks 2-7 Athlone 1-4
After victory over St.Martin's in the semi-final, Shamrocks captained by Michael Conlon, make it to the winners rostrum in late September after victory over Athlone in Pairc Chiarain.
Team:
Dermot Ryan, Ned Moore, Michael Conlon, Peter Smith, Pierce Corroon, Bill Sex, John Conlon, Tom Ormsby, Peter Faulkner, Michael Fagan, Kieran Ryan, Denis Corroon, Bernard Flynn, Eddie Casey, Michael O'Reilly.
Subsitutes:
Sean Hynes for Eddie Casey.

1993 Mullingar Shamrocks 0-13 Rosemount 0-4
At Pairc Mhic Eoghain,Castletown-Geoghegan, Shamrocks underline their ability with a fluent win over Rosemount. Led by Ned Moore, the team is now established as one of the best club fifteens in Leinster.
Team:
Dermot Ryan, Ned Moore, John Conlon, Peter Smith, Pierce Corroon, Michael Conlon, Bill Sex, Tom Ormsby, Peter Faulkner, Kieran Ryan, Michael Fagan, Denis Corroon, Paul Ahearne, Bernard Flynn, Michael O'Reilly.
Subsitutes:
Mark Treanor for Bernard Flynn.

1994 Mullingar Shamrocks 1-14 Tyrrellspass 0-9
Despite the presence of a young Martin Flanagan, Shamrocks are too strong for a Tyrellspass team looking to win their first county senior title.
Team:
Dermot Ryan, Ned Moore, Michael Conlon, Peter Smith, Kevin Daly, Paul Ahearne, John Conlon, Tom Ormsby, Bill Sex, Michael Fagan, Kieran Ryan, Denis Corroon, Bernard Flynn, Mark Treanor, Michael O'Reilly.
Subsitutes:
Eddie Casey for Kieran Ryan, Aidan Lyons for Peter Smith.

1995 Mullingar Shamrocks 0-18 Rosemount 1-7
For the second time in a matter of years, Shamrocks are paired with Rosemount. This is a a quality game and the runners-up amass a good total of 1-7. That said, the street-wise Shamrocks forwards do the business to complete a super set of titles in the 1990s.
Team:
Dermot Ryan, Ned Moore, Brian Lalor, Paul Ahearne, Michael Fagan, John Conlon, Bill Sex, Tom Ormsby, Kevin Cahill, Eddie Casey, Kieran Ryan, Denis Corroon, Bernard Flynn, Mark Treanor, Michael O'Reilly.
Subsitutes:
Paddy Monaghan for Paul Ahearne, Eric Smith for Denis Corroon, Aidan Lyons for Eddie Casey.

2000 Mullingar Shamrocks 1-5 Tyrrellspass 0-2
This match is famous for the desperate weather conditions it was played in. Many people's underdogs in this final, Shamrocks master county champions Tyrrellspass after a superb display by Paddy Monaghan and a goal by Brian Morley.
Team:
Dermot Ryan, John Conlon, Micheal Burke, David Walls, Pierce Corroon, Paddy Monaghan, Brian Lambden, Tom Ormsby, Aidan Lyons, Barry Loughrey, Dermot Curley, Brian Morley, Michael O'Reilly, Mark Treanor, Eddie Casey.
Subsitutes:
Adrian Keaveney for Dermot Curley, Patrick Rouse for Michael O'Reilly, Eric Smith for Patrick Rouse(injured).