Rounders Association of Ireland All Ireland Championship Senior Ladies 2003

Final Table

Northern Section
*Desertmartin (Co. Derry)33006
*Erne Eagles (Co. Cavan)32014
Ni Mhichil (Derry)31022
St. Claire’s (Co. Cavan)30030
Kildress (Co. Tyrone)00000
Southern Section
*Bagenalstown (Co. Carlow)33006
*Limekiln (Co. Dublin)32014
Cuchulainn (Co. Carlow)20020
Rathdowney (Co. Laois)20020
GAA Rounders All-Ireland Senior Ladies Championship Table 2003 [Ref: 3]

All-Ireland Series

DateHome TeamAway Team
2003Bagenalstown28Erne Eagles12
All-Ireland Final
GAA Rounders All-Ireland Senior Ladies Championship All-Ireland Series 2003 [Ref: 1-3]

Group Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
Northern Section
2003Erne Eagles9St. Claire’s2
2003Desertmartin30Ni Mhichil25
2003Ni Mhichil2Kildress1
2003Erne Eagles16Ni Mhichil11
2003Desertmartin6Erne Eagles3
2003Desertmartin6St. Claire’s1
Southern Section
Rounders Association of Ireland All-Ireland Senior Ladies Championship Results [Ref: 3]


The Rounders Association of Ireland Senior Ladies All Ireland Championship in 2003 was dividedinto a Northern Section and a Southern Section, with Desertmartin of Co. Derry winning the Northern title and Bagenalstown of Co. Carlow the Southern title. Dublin’s Limekiln, based in Tymon Park, shocked Desertmartin in the Semi-Finals, but went on to lose the All Ireland Final to Bagenalstown.

About GAA Rounders

Rounders was included in the original Gaelic Athletic Association Charter in 1884 as one one of the four Gaelic Games – the others being Gaelic Football, Hurling, and Handball. It wasn’t until the 1950s, however, that any effort was made to organise the game, when the Erin’s Own Club in Antrim started a Rounders section and made efforts to promote the game throughout Ireland.The Senior Men’s All-Ireland Championship has been run since 1976, and is currently run on a Round-Robin League basis, with the top four reaching the Semi-Finals.



[1] Anon. (2003) “Limekiln launch a new All-Ireland Rounders Championship title bid”. The Echo. Thursday, August 28, 2003.


[2] GAA Rounders (2017) Senior Ladies Honours [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 2 January 2017]

[3] Rounders Association of Ireland | Wayback Machine (2003) Championship Results [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 30 March 2017]


Thanks to Fiona Corrigan.

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Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

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Last Updated: 29 November 2020

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