Divanes Castleisland and Cordal GAA Club’s New Strip

Divanes Castleisland MD, Denis Divane (seated centre) making the jersey presentation to Cordal GAA Club members at his Killarney Road headquarters on Saturday. Included are, from left: Maurice Costello, Andy O’Leary, Mr. Divane, Philip O’Connor and Richard O’Donoghue. Back from left: Kevin Walshe, Micheál Cahill, Seán Óg Ó Ciardubháin and Tom Dennehy. ©Photograph: John Reidy
All for the jersey: Little Emily O’Donoghue watching her dad Eamonn John (left) with: Seán Óg Ó Ciardubháin, Richard O’Donoghue and Maurice Costello in photographic action during the jersey presentation to Cordal GAA Club at the Stanley Divane Pavilion, Killarney Road, Castleisland on Saturday. ©Photograph: John Reidy

Cordal GAA Club teams are proudly wearing their new jerseys this season.

They are carrying their traditional blue and gold colours and the logo of Divanes Castleisland into the various competitions on fields throughout the county.

Official Presentation

There was an official presentation at Divanes Castleisland on Saturday at noon at which all sectors of the club were represent.

Divanes Castleisland Managing Director Denis Divane wished the club well with the new strip and he hoped that they would enjoy many successes while wearing it.

Appearance and Presentation

The club representation was led by Chairman Maurice Costello on the occasion. Mr. Costello thanked Divanes Castleisland for supporting the club in this important aspect of its appearance and presentation for both home and away games.

Colours and Logo

He said that the club would wear the colours and logo with pride and he hoped that the new jerseys would bring success to the club’s senior and juvenile players throughout the summer season and beyond.


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