To date, the Museum has over 200 ‘trophy’ type items in its collection. The traditional trophy might be considered to be a cup or a shield and the Museum has a range of these, but trophies come in all shapes and sizes: plaques, vases, scrolls, swords, plates, flasks, a windmill, statues, bowls, decanters, boards and hockey balls. They vary in size and shape, and range from exquisite designs to what many consider to be ugly and over sized items. The oldest trophy is, we believe, a cup from an England v. Germany fixture in 1931. We are currently cataloguing, cleaning and in some cases repairing the items and hope to have an up-to-date index available soon.