Take a look back at the Junior A Championships 

At its outset in 1958 it was known as just 'Junior' but now its distinguished as the Junior A championship, with 'A' standing as the most prestigious of competitions, within the junior grade for those emerging from regional ranks 

Part 1: O' Donovan set the ball rolling with his county junior victory 

Re-live the first county junior A final and the story behind the competitions foundation 

As featured in The Southern Star on 24.10.20

Part 2: Jack Dan O' Donovan ended West's wait for junior glory 

This series details the junior championships West Cork's first county winner along with the winners up to 1974 

As featured in The Southern Star on 31.10.20

Part 3: Dunmanway man Hurley flew the London flag in All-Ireland win 

Part 3 details Bill Hurley's winning of the junior 1975 All-Ireland title and other title winners up to the eighties 

As featured in The Southern Star 07.11.20

Part 4: Move to city saw O' Driscoll emerge as one of the greats

The 1980's brought expansion to the championship with new grades, added in both  youths and adult sectors along with the introduction of women's bowling to much acclaim 

As featured in The Southern Star on 14.11.20

Part 5: Terrific 1989 duel at Derrinasafa

Features the first Carbery junior A county winner in 1991 and the scores that followed up to '96 

As featured in The Southern Star on 21.11.20

Part 6: Twohig was the millennium man 

The review of the Junior championship continues into the late nighties and early noughties 

As featured in The Southern Star on 28.11.20

Part 7: Home hero Callanan powered to glory in All-Ireland final on the Marsh Road 

Part 7 focuses on the exciting battles between 2003 and 2011 

As featured in The Southern Star on 05.12.20

Part 8: O' Sullivan ended Carbery's wait for third All-Ireland with 2012 success  

The review of the Junior championship continues into the late nighties and early noughties 

As featured in The Southern Star on 12.12.20