GAA-mad farmers set to be thrilled with these farm-tastic jerseys at the Ploughing
O’Neills have unveiled their new range of farming-themed GAA jerseys ahead of this week’s National Ploughing Championships.
The collection of 14 new jerseys will have farmers and GAA fans alike splashing out to have one in their collection.
Flock Outta Here
This tongue-in-cheek jersey is sure to be a firm favourite among sheep farmers, a must buy for anyone looking to get a little extra attention down at their local GAA pitch.
This Limousin looks like he means business, but I wouldn’t be in a hurry running out into the field with this red design to a real bull.
The perfect present for anyone who plays full-back, who everyone constantly refers to as a ‘bull in a china shop’.
A fan favourite from last year’s collection, this Friesian pun is timeless. A jersey that will make you smile every time you lay eyes on it.
You wouldn’t be out of place wearing this in the milking parlour or down watching your local GAA team on a cold evening in March.
This creation is for all of the machinery lovers out there. This John Deere/mower combo looks very impressive. Remember, nothing runs likes a Deere.
It’s Your Moove
Who doesn’t love a good pun? This is a sure conversation starter for when you meet the love of your life at the next GAA match you go to.
Birds of a Feather Flock together
With GAA players choosing more and more flamboyant colour football boots, it won’t be long before you see one of these jerseys appear at a training session.
The harvest in 2016 has been tough on all farmers. Teamwork between farmers and contractors is key to getting the tractors and combines to field when the sun shines.
A perfect choice for a day sitting on a combine or hauling grain with your tractor and trailer.
The new range of jerseys will be exclusively available at the 2016 Ploughing Championships at the O’Neills marquee, block 4, row 25, stand 637.
Jerseys will then become available on O’Neills website once the Ploughing has ended.
The National Ploughing Championships take place in Screggan, Tullamore Co. Offaly from Tuesday September 20 to Thursday, September 22.