Limerick GAA announce price reduction for unique Senior Hurling Training Jersey

The jersey was released yesterday and is to be worn by the All-Ireland champions during their warm ups for the Munster Hurling Cup.

Limerick GAA have announced a price cut on the unique Training Jersey for the Limerick Senior Hurlers that was released yesterday.

Originally slated to cost €150, a statement from Limerick GAA has confirmed that the training top will now cost €100, with those who have already purchased at the previous price to be reimbursed.

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.

Limerick GAA

However, after the original price received some backlash from the public, Limerick GAA have decided to change the price, reducing the cost by €50.

Limerick GAA and O’Neills have teamed up to launch a unique fundraising opportunity where supporters have the chance to get their name on a specifically commissioned jersey. Pictured at the jersey launch, which will be worn by the Limerick senior hurlers in the 2023 Munster Senior League campaign, are Kyle Hayes and Diarmaid Byrnes. The jersey is on sale now at Photo by Diarmuid Greene

Announcing the change of the price Limerick GAA released a statement.

Limerick GAA wish to acknowledge the concerns raised by supporters over the cost of the recently launched Limerick GAA training jersey in a fundraising campaign for the Holiday fund for the Limerick Senior Hurling Team.

Since winning the All Ireland Hurling final and completing the 3 in a row of victories planning has been ongoing to arrange a team holiday for the victorious team, management, backroom team and their partners. This is done as a reward for the hard work and dedication that is involved in winning an All Ireland Title.

Players, Management and Backroom teams sacrifice hours of their lives each week in the effort to secure the most coveted medal in the GAA. To this end the team holiday is a reward to the team and their partners  for the sacrifices made.

With the cost of international travel increasing the cost of the team holiday to include players, management backroom team and their partners is substantial. Limerick County Board will solely be responsible for paying this cost. To that end the unique opportunity to purchase this special jersey was launched as a fundraiser to offset some of that cost. The team have not traveled on a team holiday so far this year.

This one off jersey will see each subscriber have their name on the jersey which will be worn by the players next season. each subscriber will receive the specially commissioned jersey with their name on the fabric , a beanie hat and a personalized letter from team manager John Kiely and Captain Declan Hannon.

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.

Those who have already purchased at the original price will be refunded the difference and we will be in touch with them in the coming days.

Limerick GAA appreciate the huge loyal fanbase that we have and look forward to a successful campaign in 2023.

Limerick GAA

The jersey was initially released on Wednesday evening which will have the name of all subscribers emblazoned on the jersey.

Names that are purchased and paid for will be found on the jersey in alphabetical order by surname with all funds raised going to support the Limerick Senior Hurling Squad Holiday Fund in this unique initiative.

The cost of the training jersey will now be €100 which includes the training jersey with names of all subscribers, together with a Limerick GAA beanie hat and a personal letter from Limerick Hurling Manager John Kiely & Captain Declan Hannon.

Supporters will have until October 14th to purchase with the jersey available here.

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