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St Eunans Gaelic Football Home Jersey 2013 to 2014 Children 13 Years Old

St Eunans Gaelic Football Home Jersey 2013 to 2014 Children 13 Years Old
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St Eunans Gaelic Football Home Jersey 2013 to 2014 Children 13 Years Old


Size: Age 12 to 13

In USED but Very Good condition. The home jersey for the Donegal Gaelic Football side St Eunans Team for the 2013 and 2014 Championship. The shirt is made by O’Neills, and is suitable for children 13 years old.

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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 intact and visible. Slight fading.

The jersey has little pilling. See photos provided.

The stitching on the hem (bottom of the shirt) is fully intact.

Please look at each photo carefully and please be aware of the full item information before purchasing.

Size: Childrens 13 Years Old

Chest: 34 to 36 inches

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St Eunans GAA (or Naomh Adhamhnáin) is a dual club which plays hurling and Gaelic football. Their home ground is O'Donnell Park in Letterkenny. They field 35 teams, making them the biggest club in their county.

One of the strongholds of Gaelic football in County Donegal, they have won the 2nd most Donegal Senior Football Championship behind Gaoth Dobhair who have won 15. Considered Donegal's most prolific club, they are renowned for their conveyor belt-like consistency in producing players of senior inter-county quality, including numerous All-Ireland winners. Also renowned for their success at minor level, they have won 19 minor football championships, with 3 minor championship wins and four final appearances in the four years from 2015 to 2018 they have toured abroad, particularly the United States in 1969 and 1998, and Glasgow in 1977. In 1980 they received an All-Ireland Club of the Year Award at a ceremony in Ballsbridge, Dublin.

They have a long-running boundary dispute with neighbouring club Letterkenny Gaels, a side competing in the junior championship, who were founded in 1996. An agreement was signed between the two clubs that there would be no boundaries within the Town, however this has not stopped Letterkenny Gaels in the pursuit to divide the town along parish lines.

Ahead of the 2020 season, John Haran, winner of 8 Donegal Senior Football Championships with the club, was named as the club's chairman after five years as the club's vice-chairman. Conall Dunne also took over as treasurer. In November 2020, Rory Kavanagh was appointed manager of the club's senior team.

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