Mayo GAA have unveiled their new jersey ahead of the 2019 season, as they look to bounce back from a disappointing 2018 campaign.
The jersey is a sharp design, with the usual red and green colours looking brighter than previous seasons and the white trim acting as an excellent addition to what is a fantastic kit.
It's here the new #mayogaa jersey for 2019. It will be available to purchase in-store exclusively from @Elverys and @ONeills1918 on Friday October 5th. You can pre order yours now – https://t.co/ogzOhHytqL. #raisethebar pic.twitter.com/Bl5DjismSO
— Mayo GAA (@MayoGAA) September 28, 2018
Fans of the Connacht county had been pre-warned of an announcement by the Mayo GAA’s official Twitter account last night with many believing that they were about to find out who would be taking over from Stephen Rochford as the new manager of the men’s senior side.
There had been talk of James Horan returning to the fray, as well as former All-Ireland U21 winning manager Mike Solan being in the mix, however, there is still nothing confirmed as the search looks to be continuing.
Their footballers crashed out of the championship at the hands of Kildare in the qualifiers, after two consecutive years of losing the All-Ireland final by a single point.
Mayo will be hoping that a new jersey along with a soon-to-be-announced new management team, will finally be able to break the curse and deliver Sam Maguire success to the county at long last.