100% polyester knit , soft texture, lightweight , breathable stretch fabric. Mid-fit, comfortable underarm. Round neck.
Traditional saffron and army green of Faughs, Dublin’s most iconic hurling and camogie club.
Winners of the most county hurling championships in Dublin, and winners of the 1920 All Ireland hurling title representing Dublin (the competition was only completed in 1922 due to the War of Independence) Faughs were originally called FÁG A’ BEALAC’ , Gaelic for CLEAR THE WAY. This was a statement of sporting and military intent as the country was divided by war and united by sport.
The club crest is replaced with the family crest of the Boland family. Harry Boland was a former member of FÁG A’ BEALAC’ winning two county hurling championships in 1914 and 1915 before his political and military duties called. Underneath crest is the original club name in Irish. Sublimated print.
This jersey commemorate the centenary of his passing in 1922 and salutes the Gaelic culture of a great GAA club.