Christmas Shopping made easy with O'Neills. We look at some of our most popular gift ideas.
We were asked to call in and take a look round the O’Neills website with a view to identifying a few gifts for GAA minded folks or indeed anyone with an interest in sporting gear. So here’s a few ideas if you’re stuck looking for a Christmas jersey and much more besides.
This Christmas it's Personal with O’Neills. Whatever your jersey request, we’ve got you covered.
Whatever the jersey, whatever the size, playerfit, numbers, names we can add them to the jersey. We got up close and personal with O’Neills online sales wizard Declan Burns to shoot the breeze and learn a bit more about personalised gear, how it’s made and what the production people can do. Just about anything seems to be the short answer but let’s see what he says!
Here’s the story. You’ve a provincial club championship match at the weekend. You’ve worked your proverbials off all year for this. Won the county championship. Done everything right. Eaten the right food. Rested when rest was needed. Got the sports psych in. A few guest sessions by a few supercoaches that turned out no better than your own man. A prophet in his own land and all that. It’s been the time of your life. Everything’s going to plan. Or supposed to be.
The Club Championship season is well and truly upon us. As All Ireland’s are decided and managers come and go it is back to what many people consider the real GAA. In its pure and most undiluted form, it is an intoxicating, heady brew.
In the aftermath of their Ryder Cup defeat, Phil Mickelson saw fit to question the management approach of Tom Watson. I doubt that he’d have been as forthright or as sour in his assessment of his leader if Brian Cody had been the Ryder Cup manager. Or Mickey Harte. Or Jim McGuinness. Or Paul McGinley for that matter. Each strikes you as a manager that commands respect.