Limerick GAA and O’Neills have teamed up to launch a unique opportunity where supporters have the chance to get their name on a specially commissioned training jersey, which will be worn by the Senior Hurlers during their warmup of Munster Hurling League games in 2023.

The initiative has been launched by Limerick Senior Hurlers Cian Lynch, Diarmaid Byrnes and Kyle Hayes.

Speaking at the launch player Diarmaid Byrnes said “We know Limerick supporters are the best in the country and we have never been found wanting in terms of fundraising events. We hope you can support us and become part of our team”

Limerick County Board Chairman John Cregan said “This is a great opportunity for Limerick GAA supporters to get something back, as each jersey will have the names of all subscribers in the fabric. All funds raised will go directly to contributing to the Senior hurlers holiday fund. Everyone is getting the very unique opportunity to have their names on this new Limerick training jersey.”

The cost of this new training jersey will be €150 and included in that is the training jersey with names of all subscribers, together with a Limerick GAA Logo beanie hat and a personal letter from Limerick Hurling Manager John Kiely & Captain Declan Hannon.

These training jerseys are on sale now at and the closing date is 14th October 2022