This Gaelic football award with the image of an adult coaching, pointing or perhaps being abusive to a player or official works well as a gift for everybody from team coach to dedicated parent .
Make it extra special by adding personal details of the recipient and or occasion/event.
It is made from sealed ash and mounted on either a green Connemara marble or Kilkenny Black Marble base.
- Ash plaque approx. 140mm (5.5") diameter.
- Handcrafted in Ireland from sustainable native ash which has been seasoned and dried, before a protective seal is applied.
- Engraved in house by www.kanelaser.com
Kilkenny Marble - laid down as mud from 350 to 400 million years ago on a sea bed is characterised by white shell fossils with rare traces of coral contrasting with jet black.
Connemara marble - quarried in the West of Ireland it comes in a variety of green colours.
The international growth of the GAA over the past number of years has been
nothing short of phenomenal as reflected in the fact that there are now 421 GAA
Clubs globally. Wherever the Irish travel, they carry the GAA with them - both
figuratively in their hearts, as well as literally by bundling a Hurley or Gaelic
football into their luggage. For the Diaspora, Gaelic games offer an opportunity
to maintain a link with Ireland but also provide an outlet to forge new links with
kindred spirits in their new home as they form friendships and create networks. There are six different games in the family of Gaelic Games. These are Hurling, Gaelic football, Handball, Rounders, Camogie and Ladies Football organised by the GAA (Gaelic Athletic Association).