The Limerick senior hurling panel launch a limited edition jersey this week to try and fund a team holiday, the cost of the jersey was €150, but after the serve backlash from the hurling fans. The Limerick GAA have deiced to reduce the jersey from €150 to €100.
If you don’t like it, don’t buy it, simple as that, it’s a once off chance to get your name on a Limerick jersey plus other items with it . Don’t see the big deal.
— Derek Braddish (@Braddish) September 15, 2022
Email from Club limerick – @LimerickCLG Highly embarrassing, people are struggling to live and you want €150 for a jersey to send hurlers on holiday? Give the Money to a charity or people who need it. A holiday Jesus… pic.twitter.com/39aSu0Fk3R
— Courtney Muckell✌ (@CourtneyMuckell) September 14, 2022
People weren’t happy online and still aren’t happy when you consider the Limerick hurling team are sponsored by one of the richest men in Limerick in JP McManus. Will people still spend €100 on the Limerick jersey? Even €100 is a lot of money nowadays in this current climate with the cost of living gone through the roof.
Can Limerick make it four in a row next year? It will take a lot to stop them, they have the right age profile and the right man behind them as their manager.