All-Ireland winning captain presented with trophy cabinet - that he made for school project

The Premier captain constructed a display cabinet in 2006 - which was kept by his old teacher and presented to him at St. Joesph's College in Borrisoleigh yesterday.

All-Ireland winning captain presented with trophy cabinet - that he made for school project

Tipperary hurler Seamus Callanan was presented with an old woodwork project he had built in school - just in case he ever lifted the All-Ireland title.

The Premier captain constructed a display cabinet in 2006 - which was kept by his old teacher and presented to him at St. Joesph's College in Borrisoleigh yesterday.

In a Facebook post, the school confirmed the dimensions of the cabinet were 'perfect' for Liam MacCarthy.

Callanan, who captained Tipp in last month's All-Ireland success, went to his old school alongside another past pupils Brendan Maher and Dan McCormack.

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