The club has a proud history and part of that history includes the annual presentation of our Perpetual and Memorial Cups.
Such cups have been either donated by or are in memory of esteemed individuals who have been part of our club. The annual presentation of these cups serves to both recognise the contribution of the recipient and more importantly to continue the legacy of the members whose name the Cup represents.
- Dr. Brody Player of the Year Perpetual Cup
- Bernard Barry Memorial Cup
- Ginnerty Cup
- Clancy Perpetual Cup
- Noel Dempsey Perpetual Cup
- Ray Butler Cup
Paul Campbell stands unequalled with 3 Brody Cup wins in 01/02, 10/11 and 12/13 while his brother David leads the roll of honour for the Barry Cup with 2 wins in 03/04 and 11/12.
Luke Dempsey in 92/93 and 99/00 along with the late Terry Scanlon in 96/97 and 00/01 are the only two individuals to have won the Clancy Cup Twice.
Peter (85/86) and Paul Campbell (01/02, 10/11 and 12/13) are the only father and son to have won the Brody Cup while Luke (91/92) and Damien Dempsey (99/00) are the only brothers who have done the same.
Johnny and Mark Corrigan are the only brothers to have won the Barry Cup, they did it back to back in 14/15 and 15/16.
Terry (96/97, 00/01) and Mark Scanlon (05/06) are the only father and son to have won the Clancy Cup.
Robbie (11/12) and Aisling Connell (14/15) are the only husband and wife to have their names etched on the same trophy that being the Clancy Cup.
Two sets of brothers have won the Dempsey Cup. Aaron Fay picked up the award in 89/90 with his older brother Darren scooping it in 91/92. In 99/00 Paul Rispin followed in his older brother Gary’s footsteps who won the accolade in 92/93.
Only two players, Danny Quinn and Colm Smith have won the Brody & Dempsey Cups.
Danny Quinn is the only person to have won the Brody, Dempsey and Clancy Cups.
David Conway is the only person to have won the Brody, Barry & Clancy Cups
David Conway is the only player to have won the Brody and Barry Cups.
Sean FitzGerald is the only player to have won the Dempsey and Ginnerty Cups.
Stephen Jones, Noel Payne and Ross Campbell are the only players to have won the Dempsey and Barry Cups.
Roisin Milner is the only player to have won the Bradley and Butler Cup. Roisin’s achievement is both remarkable and unique in that she won the senior ladies accolade (Bradley Cup) the season before she won the overall schoolgirl award (Butler Cup)