Limerick GAA have released a new-look jersey ahead of 2017. The kit which was voted for by fans and made by O’Neills features some new aspects.
GAA Jersey As voted by the Limerick GAA faithfuls the New jersey is now available from O Neills pic.twitter.com/VEDI3qyK8Y
— Limerick GAA (@LimerickCLG) November 18, 2016
There is a faded crest in the background which spans across the majority of the front of the jersey.
This comes as a major change from the 2016 effort, where a white line went across the chest, there were two clear and distinct shades of green, and it had a traditional collar.
The Limerick hurlers will be aiming to bounce back under John Kiely next season. Having reached the All-Ireland semi-finals in 2013 and 2014, the Treaty have receded into the doldrums. However, with underage success in recent seasons, there is a real belief that the Shannon-siders are not too far away from the top teams, and can make a break-through in 2017.
In football, a qualifier win over Antrim was as good as things got for Limerick, after losing to Clare in Munster and going down to Cork in the qualifiers.
Make sure to tune into our GAA podcast, The 16th Man. This week we discuss the GAA’s role in the 2023 Rugby World Cup bid, examine if Dublin hurling can bounce back next season and if Limerick can thrive under John Kiely.
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