In USED but Very Good condition. The home jersey for the Donegal Gaelic team for the 2014 and 2015 All Ireland Championships. The shirt is made by O’Neills, is suitable for Children 13 Years Old (detailed sizing information provided below).
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Condition: The jersey is in overall 'Very Good' condition with no rips, tears or holes.
The sizing information as shown is fully visible. See photos provided.
The jersey has no pilling. See photos provided.
All logos are printed into the shirt and can never come off.
The stitching on the hem (bottom of the shirt) is fully intact. See photos provided.
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Size: Childrens 13 Years Old
Chest: 34 to 36 inches
Height: 5”5” to 5”6”
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The Donegal County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) (Irish: Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Coiste Dhún na nGall) or Donegal GAA is one of the GAA's 32 county boards in Ireland. It is responsible for Gaelic games in County Donegal. The county board is also responsible for the Donegal inter-county teams. There are currently 40 clubs under the auspices of the Donegal County Board.
The Donegal senior football team is a major force in Gaelic football. Currently regarded as one of the best teams in the sport, they last won the All-Ireland Championship in 2012. Donegal players comprised most of the 2012 All Stars Team of the Year, and every single nomination for the All Stars Footballer of the Year, ultimately won by Karl Lacey. In addition, having been invited to assist the Celtic soccer team in Scotland, Donegal manager Jim McGuinness became the first Gaelic football inter-county manager to have been offered a role at a professional sports team abroad. McGuinness's services have also been sought by Premier League soccer teams.
In terms of style, "the system" deployed by the Donegal senior football team has been likened to that of the Spanish association football team FC Barcelona. They are also one of only five counties to have defeated Kerry in their first Championship meeting — the others being Down (1960), Derry (1958), Dublin (1893) and Cork (1889).
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