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.
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?