All you need to know about Limerick’s special edition training jersey

Limerick GAA last week announced a new special edition training jersey to be worn next year.

Limerick GAA are offering supporters the chance to have their name on a unique training jersey which will be worn by the All-Ireland champion hurlers during the warm ups for their Munster Hurling League campaign.

The All-Ireland champions have teamed up with O’Neills to produce a one-of-a-kind training jersey that will feature the names of the subscribers on the jersey’s design in a special piece of memorabilia.

The names of the people that have placed their order before the October 14th deadline will be displayed in alphabetical order by surname alongside a package including a Limerick GAA beanie hat and and a personal letter from Limerick Hurling Manager John Kiely & Captain Declan Hannon.

Diarmaid Byrnes, Cian Lynch and Kyle Hayes picture at the launch of the new Limerick Senior Hurling Training Jersey.
Credit: Diarmuid Greene

How much will the jersey package cost?

The jersey will cost supporters €100, previously set at €150 but was reduced by Limerick GAA just a day after its announcement due to public backlash amidst the current economic situation.

“When launching the initiative Limerick GAA were cognizant of the current economic situation and have tried to keep the cost at as reasonable base as is possible. However based on the response from our loyal supporters we have listened to the feedback and to this end we are now confirm that the cost will be reduced to €100.”

Where can I order the jersey?

To order the jersey and have your name displayed on the Limerick jersey worn by the All Ireland champions you must place an order on the Limerick GAA website, which can be found here, before the October 14th deadline.

When will I receive my jersey?

Customers should expect the delivery of their jersey shortly after the 21st of November.

Where will the proceeds go?

The money from the jerseys will be going to support the Limerick Senior Hurling Squad Holiday Fund, which was initiated to reward the players, management and backroom staff for their hard work over the last few years.

When will the jersey be worn?

The team will wear the jersey during warm-ups of the Munster Hurling League Campaign in January 2023.

The jersey is an incredible opportunity to place your name in Limerick history and be a part of the most successful Limerick hurling side of its time.

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