Picture gallery: New black Cork jersey certain to prove popular with fans 

Picture gallery: New black Cork jersey certain to prove popular with fans 
At the launch of the new Cork 1920 commemorative jersey at Páirc Uí Chaoimh were Kevin Flahive, Thomas Clancy, Conor Lehane and Seán O'Donoghue.The Rebels will wear them against Limerick and Derry and they'll be on sale from Monday. Picture: Denis Minihane.

THE Cork hurlers launched their new black jerseys at Páirc Uí Chaoimh ahead of Sunday's league game against Limerick.

Picture: Denis Minihane.
Picture: Denis Minihane.

The Rebels will also wear the special commemorative geansaí, which honours Leeside patriots Tomás Mac Curtain and Terence McSwiney and the events of the War of Independence in 1920, for the football clash against Derry the following weekend.

Picture: Denis Minihane.
Picture: Denis Minihane.

They will be on general sale from Monday and in sports stores across Cork and are certain to be popular with Cork supporters.

Picture: Denis Minihane
Picture: Denis Minihane

Back in 2016, the hurlers wore a limited-edition blue top harking back to their original colours before the Blood and Bandage, red and white, became associated with Cork GAA. 

That was also released to buy and is still on O'Neills website. 

At the launch of the new Cork GAA commemorative jersey at Páirc Uí Chaoimh were (from left) Kevin O'Donovan, CEO, Cork County Board; Ronan McCarthy, Cork senior football manager; Kevin Flahive and Thomas Clancy, Cork senior footballers; Tracey Kennedy, chairperson, Cork County Board; Conor Lehane and Seán O'Donoghue, Cork senior hurlers, and Diarmuid O'Sullivan, Cork senior hurling selector.Picture Denis Minihane.
At the launch of the new Cork GAA commemorative jersey at Páirc Uí Chaoimh were (from left) Kevin O'Donovan, CEO, Cork County Board; Ronan McCarthy, Cork senior football manager; Kevin Flahive and Thomas Clancy, Cork senior footballers; Tracey Kennedy, chairperson, Cork County Board; Conor Lehane and Seán O'Donoghue, Cork senior hurlers, and Diarmuid O'Sullivan, Cork senior hurling selector.Picture Denis Minihane.

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