Bogstandard GAA photos


#1065

They’d have done well to hurl together at minor with 15 years age gap between them!


#1066

you are indeed harry. you get the most important prize possible, being right on the INTERNET


#1067

:clap::clap::clap::clap::clap:


#1068

Mags whatshername in the bottom left?


#1069

Good one.


#1070

:rollseyes:


#1071

They are the only 2 stick hurlers I’ve ever heard of from Wexford before Liam Chin came along.

I was half right anyway :+1:


#1072



#1073

:clap: James is back in his rightful home.


#1074

Perhaps this should be in the “Something I learned today” thread, but I’ll put it here anyway.

In September 2016 the GAA established a new trophy named The James Nowlan Cup to be presented to the All-Ireland under-21 hurling champions.[2][3]
The old trophy, the Cross of Cashel, was retired after the 2015 final having been introduced in 1967.

I have to say I preferred the old one. And what happened to the drilling holes in the bottom of cups to discourage drinking and the like?


#1075

It was costing quite a lot to maintain and repair, so it was retired for a more robust alternative. A quare heavy piece of equipment.

Of course theres a conspiracy theory out there as well.


#1076

Limerick only decided to start winning it again when they heard there was a proper cup on the way.


#1077

Getting rid of the Catholic iconography helped too, ye shower of godless cunts.


#1078

Will the Cup now transfer to the u20 championship?


#1079

U21 hurling is remaining u21


#1080

So just football is to u20? Minor in both codes is now u17?


#1081

Vulgar carry on, a homecoming for an u21 All Ireland


#1082

Why did the powers that be decide u20 in football and u21 in hurling ?


#1083

Lovely suits for the civic reception.


#1084

Don’t ask me - I think things were fine as they were!