The jersey to commemorate the the centenary of Limerick’s 1921 All-Ireland victory was unveiled tonight and will be available for a limited time on O’Neills.
The hooped jersey was unveiled by county secretary Mike O’Riordan on Sunday night and honours the 1921 side who captured the Liam MacCarthy title.
The jersey was unveiled after Limerick GAA’s commemoration of the murdered mayors.
The then sitting mayor George Clancy and former mayor Michael O’Callaghan were murdered by British Auxiliaries during the War of Independence on 7 March 1921.
100 years removed from the tragedy, Limerick GAA commemorated those on the anniversary of the event by hosting an Evening of History in partnership with Limerick City and County Council.
Afterwards, the commemoration jersey was revealed which you can see below.
Get the jersey here while it’s available.