Tipperary ladies launch new black away jersey
A jersey fit for champions.
Samantha Lambert lifting the Mary Quinn Cup on the Hogan Stands steps will forever be iconic for Tipperary ladies football.
Aisling McCarthy's 1-4 in the All-Ireland decider at Croke Park won't be forgotten in a hurry whilst Aisling Moloney scrambling atop that late Tyrone effort that hit the post when it would've tied the decider will be remembered as the winning of the championship that added to a Munster title and a Division Three league crown amidst an unbeaten season for Tipp.
2017 was another memorable campaign for the blue and gold of the Premier county but, this season, the ladies of Tipperary will have another kit and another colour and another chance to make special moments with a special new look.
McKeever have this week launched the new away jersey for Tipp and, to be perfectly honest, it is pristine.
Black in colour, the 2018 kit has blue, gold and white running through the design and it amounts to a beautiful piece of work that will be the envy of most counties in the LGFA - and beyond.
Take a look at this bad boy from McKeever.
It's a kit that everyone in Tipp would fancy getting their hands on, man, woman or child.
In comparison, the men's GAA teams have to make do with a pretty fine effort as it is.
That being said though, it will take some beating that black away kit.