Rohu Cup records

The Rohu Cup was presented by Charles Rohu (Sandymount Methodist Indoor Bowling Club) in 1965, during the second year of the Association and is still awarded to the winners of the senior competition.
Mr. Rohu (d. July 1996, aged 99 years) was the second Association President for the season 1965 – 1966.

Rohu Cup The inscription on the cup reads:

“ROHU”
INTER-CHURCHES
(Dublin District)
INDOOR BOWLING CUP

Season           Winners (Runners Up)

1965 – 1966     Finalists
1966 – 1967       not
1967 – 1968         known
1968 – 1969           for
1969 – 1970             these
1970 – 1971               years
1971 – 1972
1972 – 1973     Ormond Quay & Scots
1973 – 1974     Santry (Sandymount Methodist)
1974 – 1975     Adelaide Road (Clontarf C. of I.)
1975 – 1976     Santry (Dun Laoghaire)
1976 – 1977     Santry (Dun Laoghaire)
1977 – 1978     Castleknock (Leeson Park)
1978 – 1979     Castleknock (Dalkey)
1979 – 1980     St. Paul’s N.K.S. (Dun Laoghaire)
1980 – 1981     Leeson Park (Santry)
1981 – 1982     Castleknock (Dun Laoghaire)
1982 – 1983     Castleknock (St. Paul’s N.K.S.)
1983 – 1984     Castleknock (St. Paul’s N.K.S.)
1984 – 1985     St. Paul’s N.K.S. (Dun Laoghaire)
1985 – 1986     Dun Laoire (Raheny)
1986 – 1987     Santry (Dun Laoghaire)
1987 – 1988     St. Paul’s N.K.S. (Clontarf C of I)
1987 – 1989     St. Paul’s N.K.S. (Santry)
1989 – 1990     Kill o’the Grange (St. Paul’s N.K.S.)
1990 – 1991     St. Paul’s N.K.S. (Raheny)
1991 – 1992     St. Paul’s N.K.S. (Raheny)
1992 – 1993     Castleknock (Clontarf C of I)
1993 – 1994     St. Paul’s N.K.S. (Coolock)
1994 – 1995     Whitechurch (St. Paul’s N.K.S.)
1995 – 1996     Whitechurch (Raheny)
1996 – 1997     St. Paul’s N.K.S. (Raheny)
1997 – 1998     St. Paul’s N.K.S. (St. Thomas’s)
1998 – 1999     St. Paul’s N.K.S. (Kill o’the Grange)
1999 – 2000     St. Paul’s N.K.S. (Crumlin)
2000 – 2001     Raheny (Coolock)
2001 – 2002     Raheny (St. Thomas’s)
2002 – 2003     St. Paul’s N.K.S. (Raheny)
2003 – 2004     St. Brigid’s – Stillorgan (Coolock)
2004 – 2005     Whitechurch (Coolock)
2005 – 2006     St. Brigid’s – Stillorgan (Coolock)
2006 – 2007     Finglas (Whitechurch)
2007 – 2008     Whitechurch (Tallaght)
2008 – 2009     Whitechurch (Tallaght)
2009 – 2010     Tallaght (Raheny)
2010 – 2011     Whitechurch (Castleknock)
2011 – 2012     Whitechurch (Finglas)
2012 – 2013     Coolock (Whitechurch)
2013 – 2014     Whitechurch (Tallaght)
2014 – 2015     Whitechurch (Dundrum Methodist)
2015 – 2016     Whitechurch (Crumlin)
2016 – 2017     Dundrum Methodist (St. Brigid’s – Stillorgan)