Pic: London Irish’s St Patrick’s Day Jersey Is A Bit Of A Mess
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London Irish have longstanding tradition of releasing a special jersey each year for their games around St Patrick’s Day.
Last year they came up with this rather trendy number.
However, this year, we’re afraid they have gone a little too Irish and made a bit of a mess of it.
The kit will be worn for their special Premiership game against Saracens in the USA on March 12 and again in the home game against Gloucester on March 20. The design was done by renowned Irish designer Orla Kiely in association with fammou Irish kitmaker O’Neills.
On a positive note the jersey they’re linking up with World Cancer Day and the jersey will bear the logo of the Cancer Research charity. The jersey however is still a mess.