We have seen many intercounty sides release their new kits ahead of the new season and Cork have followed suit with their offering for 2019.
On initial viewing, the jersey looks to be very similar to this year with the major difference being a fully circular white collar.
The white trim along the side of the jersey has been removed in addition to the white stripes now only covering the shoulders rather than going all the way down the sleeve.
Unfortunately, most Cork supporters will be disappointed with the rather large sponsorship logo across the front of the shirt which overly dominates.
— O'Neills (@ONeills1918) November 9, 2018
The Rebel County’s Munster rivals Limerick have gone for a different approach this year which sees them with no major sponsor across the jersey, offering a much cleaner, simpler look.
Tomorrow our Senior Hurlers will be in Elverys in the Crescent Shopping Centre with Liam Mc Carthy to celebrate the official launch of the 2019 jersey. Call in to get your photo taken and meet the players from 12 noon. pic.twitter.com/IuQCy92by0
— Limerick GAA (@LimerickCLG) November 9, 2018
What’s your verdict on the new Cork jersey?