GAA agree on name for Leinster trophy

More than 50 years later the GAA has finally come up with a name for the Leinster SFC trophy, deciding on the Delaney Cup after the famous footballing family from Laois.

The Delaney's were GAA ambassadors in the midlands having played football at club, county and provincial level.

The cup was first introduced in 1953 but was never given a name. Ironically, Laois are the current provincial champions.

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