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Tipperary Challenge Cup

Type: Domestic Cup

Contested By: Open to all Junior teams registered with the TSDL

History:

The Galtee Perpetual Cup (now known as the Tipperary Challenge Cup) was donated to to the old County Tipperary League in 1972/73. St. Michael’s FC won it in 1972/73 and 1973/74. Nenagh FC are the only side not part of the TSDL to win it in 1974/75. St. Patrick’s of Cashel won it in 1975/76. Two-Mile-Borris became the last winners from the old County Tipperary League in 1976/77 and the first winners of the new Tipperary Southern and District League.

1977-1978 Two-Mile-Borris FC
1978-1979 Old Bridge (Clonmel)
1979-1980 Cahir Park
1980-1981 Clonmel Evergreen
1981-1982 Clonmel Evergreen
1982-1983 Old Bridge (Clonmel)
1983-1984 Clonmel Town
1984-1985 Clonmel Town
1985-1986 Killusty FC
1986-1987 Old Bridge (Clonmel)
1987-1988 Clonmel Town
1988-1989 St. Michael’s (Tipp)
1989-1990 Killusty FC
1990-1991 Clonmel Town
1991-1992 Cashel Town
1992-1993 Knocklong FC
1993-1994 Clonmel Town
1994-1995 St. Michael’s (Tipp)
1995-1996 Clonmel Town
1996-1997 Clonmel Town
1997-1998 St. Michael’s (Tipp)
1998-1999 Clonmel Town
1999-2000 Clonmel Town
2000-2001 Peake Villa (Thurles)
2001-2002 Clonmel Town
2002-2003 Clonmel Town
2003-2004 Clonmel Town
2004-2005 St. Michael’s (Tipp)
2005-2006 St. Michael’s (Tipp)
2006-2007 St. Michael’s B (Tipp)
2007-2008 Clonmel Town
2008-2009 Clonmel Celtic
2009-2010 Clonmel Celtic
2010-2011 St. Michael’s (Tipp)
2011-2012 St. Michael’s (Tipp)