Sure Tiz Only The League T-shirt

Posted on Feb 13, 2013 in News

 
 

 

Conor Counihan doesn’t seem overly phased that his intercounty footballers have been beaten in their first two matches in the league. His team have won it three times in the last three years. Jimmy Barry Murphy has dropped Donal Óg and is experimenting with players barely out of nappies with league squad for the National Hurling League kicking off Sunday week against Tipp in Pairc Uí Rinn.

A few people are getting their knickers in a twist. Others are soiling them. Everywan needs to calm down. We decided to help alleviate the sit-ee-a-shun with a new t-shirt:

Sure, tiz only the league like!



Available in adult and smallie sizes

 



Calm down like: available as a hoodie or t-shirt

 

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