GAA London launch new jersey with help of newly-selected Rose
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GAA London launch new jersey with help of newly-selected Rose

LONDON’S Rose of Tralee candidate was on hand to help the capital’s GAA crowd launch their new county jersey this week.

(l-r)  Josh Cameron, GM Clayton Crown hotel, with GAA London Chairman Noel O'Sullivan and Stephen McNally, Deputy CEO of Dalata Hotel Group (Photo Mal McNally) (l-r) Josh Cameron, GM Clayton Crown hotel, with GAA London Chairman Noel O'Sullivan and Stephen McNally, Deputy CEO of Dalata Hotel Group (Photo Mal McNally)

The recently selected Rose, Dr Aisling Hilary, joined the heads of London’s Irish football and hurling teams to reveal the latest strip that will be worn by their players.

The event, which took place at the Clayton Crown (formerly Crown Moran) hotel in Cricklewood on Tuesday, was attended by London football manager Paul Coggins, London hurling manager Fergus McMahon and London team captains Martin Carroll and Enda Cooney

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Noel O’Sullivan, Chairman of the London County Board, was also on hand to give the new threads his seal of approval.

The kit is sponsored by the Clayton Hotels brand, which is operated by the Dalata Hotel group in Ireland and Britain.

(l-r) London football manager Paul Coggins with Dalata Hotel Group's Stephen McNally, London County Board Chairman Noel O'Sullivan and London hurling Manager Fergus McMahon (Photo Mal McNally) (l-r) London football manager Paul Coggins with Dalata Hotel Group's Stephen McNally, London County Board Chairman Noel O'Sullivan and London hurling Manager Fergus McMahon (Photo Mal McNally)