Joe Canning looking savage as he models Galway's All-Ireland final suit
Nice cut to that suit.
Joe Canning and Galway captain David Burke have been tasked about getting the suits and casual gear sorted for the senior hurling panel ahead of next month's All-Ireland.
As a senior member of the Galway team, and a lad who has mastered many looks [see below], Canning is a man to trust in the fashion stakes.
Ahead of the Liam MacCarthy decider against Waterford, on September 3, Burke and Canning got their threads for All-Ireland weekend sorted.
Michael Donoghue’s men will be wearing suits courtesy of Hanley & Co., who are official suppliers of the county's senior and minor hurling teams. We already spotted the Tribesmen posing for a snap beside a fine collection of suits but an additional Instagram post shows a slick three-piece the lads have settled on.
Former Kerry star Paul Galvin told The GAA Hour, last year, how his side usually had their suits decided upon. He commented:
"The three [senior] players will pick out this suit and the county board official and Kerry Group official will pick out this suit. Sean Hussey [the supplier] will go, 'No, no. I think the boys suit. We'll go with that'.
"And we all go away thinking it is our suit and we show up at the hotel, on the day, and it is the other suit. Really it's nothing to do with the players, in truth."
Luckily for Galway's hurlers, player power has a bigger effect. Canning is looking well in the navy rig-out, looking smart and serious rather than flashy.
This is the suit Canning and his teammates will wear for the post-match banquet in Dublin. Galway fans will be hoping their men are donning them as All-Ireland champions for the first time since 1988.