The new Limerick jersey and its alternative have been released carrying a distinctly local flavour to it.
Those who were happy with the plain green Limerick jersey of 2020 will be delighted to see that there has been little change on that front with the county jersey for 2021.
Yet, in tandem with the alternative white kit the Limerick jersey home and away has an interesting new feature, however.
— Limerick GAA (@LimerickCLG) March 24, 2021
Across the body of Limerick's new kits are the names of the 65 affiliated GAA clubs across the county have been emblazoned.
This addition has been made by way of acknowledging the work done by the clubs to foster players who have won two All-Ireland titles in recent years for Limerick.
"We are delighted to officially launch our new playing jersey for the 2021 season," said John Cregan, Chairman of Limerick County Board, "[and] I would like to thank the designers at O'Neill's who worked with us as a County Board to produce such an eye catching jersey.
"Given the work that clubs do in fostering and nurturing young players we are delighted to recognise the 65 clubs on the jersey. It is also a reminder for anyone that wears the jersey that they have a great honour to represent the county as one."
This comes after Limerick recently released a new green-and-white hooped jersey to commemorate the Treaty county’s All-Ireland senior Hurling victory in 1921.
Have you seen the @LimerickCLG commemoration jersey? 🙌
The jersey is inspired by the Treaty county’s All-Ireland senior Hurling victory in 1921. The Limerick team were the first recipients of the Liam MacCarthy Cup. 🏆
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— O'Neills (@ONeills1918) March 16, 2021
You can see more of the new jerseys here.