Cork get the blues : The GAA Kits Blog
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Cork get the blues

by Pride In The Jersey on 03/09/16

Cork's Allianz Hurling League Division 1A campaign hasn't gone all that well, as they have lost their first three games. On Saturday, they face All-Ireland champions Kilkenny in Páirc Uí Rinn and will do so wearing special blue commemorative jerseys, which are representative of those worn 100 years ago.

Also in the news are Kerry and Donegal, who were involved in a feisty affair last Sunday, resulting in fines for the respective county boards. Donegal wore a new white and green change jersey, but it arguably contributed to as bad a colour-clash as their normal kit would have. Before the counties met in 2014, we looked at how to solve the issues thrown up by their meeting.

Comments (2)

1. Domhnall said on 3/14/16 - 11:21AM
Great work as always. Just a feedback. There's an error in Waterford page, as current home is displayed the old Sligo kit, while if you click on the proper one it shows the new Sligo kit. Greetings from Italy
2. PITJ said on 3/14/16 - 11:25AM
Whoops, cheers for that Domhnall, will get it sorted! Lot of other housekeeping to attend to too!

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In 2012, Wexford looked to be headed for a traditional style while their underage teams wore a completely different kit. Read the story here.