WE want to know what your favourite GAA geansaí is.
From here until the end of August, your votes will decide the best design in our Cork GAA Jersey Wars competition.
Our resident jersey expert Denis Hurley compiled a list of 32 clubs, based on those involved in the senior tiers and a selection of wild cards. We put them in alphabetical order and paired them up, number one versus 32, which is Bandon-Youghal, and mapped out the path to the final.
Full details of the competition are here.
Voting will run from 8am each day for 24 hours on the link below:
However, the switch has stood the test of time and Youghal won county intermediate hurling titles in 1969, 1988 and 1993 and the premier intermediate in 2013 while wearing maroon and gold as well as the intermediate football title in 2000.
The name of Brookes SuperValu adorns the front while there are fine gold pinstripes in addition to the hoop around the midriff.
However, while Kildare — who also use the nickname — have a plain white kit with few accompanying flourishes apart from the necessary logos and numbers, it’s arguably a more accurate moniker for the West Cork club, who have yellow as a secondary colour.