Monthly Archives: February 2018

  1. Looking out for No.1 - The Goalkeeper.

    Looking out for No.1 - The Goalkeeper.

    Since Stephen Cluxton arrived on the scene we all know that the position of goalkeeper has been changed utterly. Pulling on the keeper’s jersey nowadays is a vote of confidence from the manager. He’s looking for a player that can restart the game with pin point accuracy, go long or short as needed, stop shots and remain calm under pressure. Simple as that. Can you do it?

    In Dublin BC – Before Cluxton - they had a history of superb keepers with the legend Paddy Culllen through to John O’Leary. Then Stephen Cluxton arrived and its all been changing utterly ever since. Since Cluxton became the latest recipient off the Dublin GAA Goalkeeper jersey, he has made it his own with his laser tracked kicking and brilliant distribution. His all Ireland winning free against Kerry

  2. John West Féile 2018 | Give John West your Best

    John West Féile 2018 | Give John West your Best

    The countdown to the 2018 John West Féile is on.
    As the excitement builds and competitors around the country ready themselves for another thrilling summer of Féile action, John West and O’Neills want YOU to make YOUR mark on Féile 2018. The winning designer will be responsible for creating the official 2018 John West Féile Jersey and will WIN a Weekend Family stay in Killary Adventure Centre, Co.Galway!

    How to Enter

    Save your entry form. Right click on the image below and select ‘Save image as’.

    - Now the file has saved you can begin your design. Design your jersey on your preferred device or by hand – print the form if you prefer!

    Finished your design? Complete

  3. Upping the Away Game

    Upping the Away Game

    It’s all about upping the Away Game these days. Kerry winning going back to Gold in their away jersey up in Mayo. Tyrone in their impressive new red hand away jerseys recorded a tight fought win on the road against the Lilywhites last weekend, also wearing their slick away strip although at home. Donegal put on a stylish display in Croke park under lights with their own away strip the subject of much jealous attention as they returned to the retro style of green jerseys with a yellow band last seen regularly in the early nineties.

    Of course back then the green  and yellow number was the standard Tír Chonaill kit, but during the successful

  4. The Hill’s Alive – Dubs March On?

    The Hill’s Alive – Dubs March On?

    Looking forward to this weekend’s Division 1 football we reflect on ‘Back to Gold’, as the new Kerry GAA away jersey makes its debut in Mayo, the boys in blue are in fine voice in Omagh and a smash and grab job by Galway leaves Donegal deflated.

    Hill on Tour

    The Hill on Tour arrived in Healy Park last Saturday night in hearty voice and left even happier having watched the boys in blue jerseys despatch Tyrone with a ruthlessly efficient second half showing with the wind in their back. If this summer’s Super 8

  5. Back to The Future, Back to Gold?

    Back to The Future, Back to Gold?

    Killarney, Sunday’s match played out under a watery sun saw the league debuts of our new O’Neills Kerry GAA and Donegal GAA jerseys. As our design partner in the Back to Gold Kerry jersey Paul Galvin remarked ‘New kit looked well.’ It did Paul, it did.

    Also looking well on his debut was 2017 minor star David Clifford who contributed several assists, a point from a free, good hands, feet and movement. Nothing too fancy, adapt and go. The star man for Kerry, who handed out eight debuts, was Sean O Shea who contributed seven points, four from frees and generally brought a level of fluidity to the Kingdom. The future there looks bright, and definitely

  6. O'Neills Kicks Off Sponsorship of the Foyle Cup

    O'Neills Kicks Off Sponsorship of the Foyle Cup

    Three-year deal announced for the O’Neills Foyle Cup

    O’Neills Irish International Sports Company Limited, the leading sportswear manufacturer in Ireland, has signed a three-year deal with the Foyle Cup.  The company, which employs over 800 people on the island of Ireland, will become title sponsor of Europe’s largest youth football tournament until 2020.


    The new deal underpins O’Neills commitment to supporting grassroots sport across the UK and Ireland and builds on their already impressive credentials of supporting over 100 different sports worldwide.


    Speaking about the sponsorship, Kieran Kennedy, O’Neills Managing Director commented: ‘O’Neills have a proud pedigree of supporting local sport and we are delighted to partner with the O’Neills Foyle Cup, a now world renowned tournament.  Michael and his team do a fantastic job organising this prestigious