Liam McCarthy Cup Replica
Liam McCarthy Cup is awarded by Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) each year to the winning team of the All Ireland Football Senior Hurling championship game. Liam McCarthy Cup was come with new identity in 1992 after retirement of 1920’s old cup. First Liam McCarthy Cup delayed two years and awarded in 1923 to the winners of 1921 Hurling Champion.
The GAA organises the series of games, which are played during the summer months. The All-Ireland Hurling Final was traditionally played on the first or second Sunday in September at Croke Park in Dublin. In 2018, the GAA rescheduled its calendar and since then the fixture has been played in August.
Tipperary, represented by Thurles Sarsfields, won the inaugural championship, beating Galway, represented by Meelick, in the 1887 final. The prize for the All-Ireland champions is the Liam MacCarthy Cup. Kilkenny hold the record for the most victories, winning the competition thirty-six times since its inception.