Corn Gael Linn
The Corn Gael Linn was the very first GAA Rounders trophy on record, it started as the Ladies top prize in 1970, later replaced by the C J cup in 1976. It was then introduced to the Senior Men's championship in the inaugural year. it only lasted one year with the Senior Men taking place as the GAA Minor Men's trophy in 1977. The replaced it in 2009 but decided to keep the name.
The Corn Betsi was introduced in 1977, purchased by after the first Minor blitz the year prior was such a success. The trophy is named after the 1798 heroine. It was first raised high by Antrim's Erin's Own and is still played for till this day. 9 and 15 different clubs have had the privilege to hold it. The decided to replace the trophy in 2010 along with the Senior men, women, mixed and the minor mixed.
The Minor Mixed Trophy
The unnamed trophy is the youngest Rounders trophy making its debut in 1998, following the success from under 16 mixed, it was decided to an under 18 mixed . The first final proved a real nail biter as Rathdowney battled Glynn/ in what went down as the lowest scoring rounders final ever, ending 3-2 in of the Wexford natives.
Introduced to the game in 1977, The Corn Aodh Rua took its place as the Senior Men's most prestigious prize. The very first winner was again Erin's Own, however I think this trophy will always be linked to the team Erne Eagles who won it an amazing ten season in a 98-2007, a record that will be difficult to break.
C J Cup
This trophy was donated to the association in 1976 by
Charles J , and presented to the winners Erin's Own who beat Lavey from Derry. The 7 innings match and presentation all happened in under minutes. It has been won by 9 different and 15 different clubs.
The Syntax Cup
The first Senior Mixed tournament took place in 1990 & was won by from the Syntax factory in . At the time there was no trophy the following year's final which was won by Lakelands. The Syntax factory then donated a cup named after them. This Cup was retired by the Ard Comhailre in 2020 and was replaced by the Dympna Reilly Cup.