Cork GAA have released their new jersey ahead of the 2019 season, as the latest version of the famous ‘Blood and Bandages’ is unveiled.
The Rebels have opted for a few subtle changes, with a new sleeve design as well as the removal of white stripes down the side.
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They will hope that the new look will give them an edge next season, as their hurlers look for that final percentage having come so close in 2018. Seamus Harnedy and co lost the All-Ireland semi-final following a Munster title for the second year running, as they fell to eventual champions Limerick in the final four.
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Meanwhile they haven’t been as competitive in the big ball of late, with Ronan McCarthy’s outfit being downed by Kerry and Tyrone by a combined 33 points in the Munster final and qualifiers respectively.
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