All-Ireland Roll of Honour

The All-Ireland Senior cup bears the name of Mayo man, Sean O’Duffy, who worked tirelessly for Camogie from 1906 to 1979. Sean hurled with Crokes in Dublin and had a great love of Gaelic Games. A freedom fighter and trade union leader, he fought in North King Street during the 1916 Rising and was imprisoned in Stafford Jail. He travelled throughout the country organising the game of Camogie.  Although Dublin hasn't won the title since 1984, the county shares the record for the most All-Ireland wins - 26 with Cork.

Dublin has also won five All-Ireland Junior titles and one Under 16 crown.

Three National Senior Leagues have also been captured as well as four National Junior Leagues.

The county has the distinction of providing five winners of the All-Ireland Club title.

Link to Camogie Association Roll of Honour

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