Warwickshire currently competes in the All-Britain Junior Football Championship, which is part of the All-Ireland Junior Football Championship.

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2024 Panel

Here is the Warwickshire football panel for the season – players will be added to the panel as the season progresses.

Our co-captains for 2024 are Niall Gilbride (Sean McDermott’s) and Jack Keogh (Roger Casement’s).

Name Club
Seánie Boyle Roger Casement’s
Matt Carberry John Mitchel’s
Jack Chapman Sean McDermott’s
James Connolly Four Masters
Neil Connolly Four Masters
Ryan Devlin Sean McDermott’s
Sean Dirrane St. Barnabas
Conal Dowling Sean McDermott’s
Sean Doyle St Brendan’s
Liam Gilbride Sean McDermott’s
Niall Gilbride Sean McDermott’s
Niall Grace John Mitchel’s
Liam Gooch John Mitchel’s
Patrick Heffernan Roger Casement’s
Jack Keogh Roger Casement’s
Paddy Kilkenny Roger Casement’s
Donal Leavy Roger Casement’s
James Loney John Mitchel’s
Callum Maguire John Mitchel’s
Michael Mannion Sean McDermott’s
Mikey McAleer St Brendan’s
Oisín McElhinney Roger Casement’s
Michael McGettrick St Brendan’s
Finn Monaghan St Brendan’s
Fionn O’Brien Sean McDermott’s
Joel Powney Sean McDermott’s
Casey Roberts St Brendan’s
Dan Rushe Erin go Bragh
Declan Staunton Sean McDermott’s
Lorcan Towey Roger Casement’s
Mikey Walsh Roger Casement’s

Management Team:

  • Benny McKenna (Bainisteoir)
  • JP Walsh (Bainisteoir)
  • Jack Deery (Physio)
  • Ryan Devlin (S&C Coach)


All-Britain Junior Football Championship:

  • Winners, 2023 (defeated London in the final)
  • Winners, 2021 (defeated London in the final)
  • Winners, 2006 (defeated Scotland in the final)

All-Ireland Junior Football Championship:*

  • Finalists, 1990 (lost to Cork)
  • Finalists, 1989 (lost to Cork)
  • Finalists, 1987 (lost to Cork)
  • Finalists, 1985 (lost to Galway)
  • Finalists, 1984 (lost to Cork)
  • Finalists, 1957 (lost to Mayo)
  • Finalists, 1955 (lost to Cork)
  • Finalists, 1951 (lost to Cork)
  • Finalists, 1946 (lost to Down)

* During this time period, the All-Ireland Junior Champions (classed as the ‘Home’ Winner) would meet the Champions of Britain to determine the overall All-Ireland Junior Champions.

The All-Ireland Junior Championship was re-introduced in 2022 between four teams: Kilkenny, New York and the two All-Britain Finalists; the 2024 edition will also include a representative team from the United States (USGAA).