Cork who achieved the feat of winning both the All-Ireland Senior Football Final and All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final in 1890 and again in 1990.
Ray Cummins Cork, Brian Murphy Cork, Jimmy Barry-Murphy Cork, Teddy McCarthy Cork, Denis Walsh Cork and Liam Currams Offaly all won All Ireland Senior Hurling and Football medals
It is Dennis Irwin.
There would be a little Hurling but Gaelic Football is the main sport played in county Monaghan.
It is a the representative orgranisation for inter-county Gaelic Football and Hurling players.
The county Kildare Gaelic Football and Hurling teams are known as the lilywhites. They wear all white colours when they play.
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Because the county focuses 90% of it's resources on Football. There are many counties who focus on one or the other sport, Kilkenny being the notable county who focus almost exclusively on Hurling.
Adding together Hurling and Gaelic Football titles won in all grades, Cork would be the most successful county in the GAA. As to which county is the best, that is a question that could be debated by many people.
All 32 counties have Gaelic Football and Hurling teams. Counties have lots of levels in terms of ages and ability, so each individual county would have lots of county teams, from senior teams down to children.
Gaelic Football is played at many different age categories. There is also clubs, schools and colleges competitions. There are competitions within counties, within provinces and All-Ireland competitions. All have their main competitions, principally their All-Ireland Final. The biggest of all the competitions, and Ireland's main sporting competition, is the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship. It features the county teams of senior players, who are normally all over 18, although there is also an under 21 competition. The All-Ireland Senior Football Championship runs from May to September each year. As part of the All-Ireland Championship, each of Ireland's 4 provinces has its own championship. The second biggest competition is the League, which finishes in late April or early May, before the championship starts.
The GAA was founded in Thurles in 1884 to promote Ireland's national sports (especially hurling and Gaelic football). They succeeded so well that these quickly became the most popular sports as they had been before British influence in the late 19th century, and remain the most popular ahead of horse-racing, soccer, rugby, coursing etc.