Intersport Elverys Reveal the new Mayo GAA Home Jersey for the 2022/23 season

Mayo GAA Kit Launch 2022/23 – Press Release | Friday 30th September 9am.

INTERSPORT Elverys together with the Mayo GAA county boards and O’Neills officially unveiled the new home kit today at the home of Mayo GAA – Hastings Insurance MacHale Park. The new kit will be worn by Mayo GAA, Mayo LGFA, and Mayo Camogie teams from underage to senior level and for the first time each code is featured together in the launch campaign.

Intersport Elverys aims to help connect more people with sport. In GAA, our county teams represent pride and passion. It’s the dedication and commitment of players and supporters that is always inspiring others to grow our national games.

The new-look jersey returns to the bottle green that served Mayo football well between 2012 and 2018, while adding a silicone badge and three stripes to modernise the strip. It features a stripped-back, clean design that honours the traditional colours of green and red, while continuing to be one of the most recognisable jerseys for Irish people around the globe.

The jersey also includes the Portwest sponsor logo on the men’s and ladies football jerseys.

The home jersey is available to purchase from today at Intersport Elverys stores nationwide or online at The jersey is also available for purchase at The LGFA, Camogie and Goalkeeper kits will be available for pre-order from today.

Seamus Touhy, Mayo GAA Chairman, said, We are grateful for the ongoing support of our title sponsor Intersport Elverys and look forward to the release of our new jersey which also features our commercial partners Portwest. Our partnership with Intersport Elverys has developed over many years and look forward to working with Intersport Elverys in the years to come.  Their support has been a key pillar in highly competitive performances of our Mayo teams.  Mayo’s loyal supporters have been instrumental over the years and Mayo GAA are sincerely indebted for this support as we look forward to the season ahead”

Philip Staunton, Head Teamsports Buyer Intersport Elverys, commented, “Intersport Elverys is delighted to be entering our 26th season supporting Mayo GAA. The journeys and adventures we’ve had with players and supporters since 1998 has been the greatest pleasure and we look forward to the latest chapter of our partnership. We take great pride being based in the beating heart of Mayo with our expanding Head Office in Castlebar and four stores county-wide that intertwine us with the local community and understand what Gaelic Games mean in Mayo. The responsibility of being the chosen destination for young footballers, hurlers, and camogie players to try on the Mayo shirt they aspire to wear at senior level is an honour for Intersport Elverys. We wish all teams well this coming season.”

 Mayo LGFA Chairperson Declan Kennedy, has said, “Once again Mayo LGFA are delighted to come together with Mayo GAA and Mayo Camoige to launch this jersey together with our title sponsor Intersport Elverys who have supported us over the past number of years. We are also boosted by the fact that Portwest are continuing their support of Mayo LGFA and will be featured on this new jersey. It is positive to have successful Mayo businesses backing Mayo LGFA both on and off the field while also working tirelessly to unite our supporters who are the foundation of our organisation. We’re thankful to all our supporters, including our generous sponsors, who are as passionate about the sport as we are. Here’s to 2023 in the Green and Red!”

Rosemary Smith, Mayo Camogie Chairperson, said “We are excited to enter 2023 our third year playing at adult level. We are extremely grateful for all the ongoing support from Mayo GAA along with Intersport Elverys and Portwest – both proud Mayo and global businesses. Camogie is a growing sport in Mayo, we have had great success this year and look forward to continuing to grow our sport and represent the red and green of Mayo with pride.”

From Portwest Rachel Davoren, Managing Director of Portwest Ireland, commented, ‘We are delighted to see the launch of the second iteration of the Mayo jersey with Portwest across the back. The partnership has been really positively received by our customers and colleagues alike and we look forward to continuing to work with Mayo GAA and Intersport Elverys on this. It has led to some great initiatives, such as our current Play for a Day Campaign which allows primary school children to be in with a chance to win a training session with Mayo GAA senior players. Community projects such as this one are why we got involved in the first place, as the GAA brings so much to the community within Mayo and Portwest are proud to help develop this alongside them.’

Enda Doherty, Marketing Manager from O’Neills, has said, “We’re proud to produce the Mayo jersey for the 2023 season. There is always a great demand for the Mayo jersey, and everyone is aware of the huge passion for Gaelic Games in the county and the Mayo diaspora across the world. We’re proud to produce a jersey that is eye-catching, which we know will be worn with pride by players and supporters alike, in an exciting time for the county.”

Photo caption:

30 September 2022; Tommy Conroy, Kathryn Sullivan, Keith Higgins, Padraig O’Hora pictured at McHale Park at the reveal of the new Mayo GAA 22/23 home kit. The jersey is available to purchase from Friday, September 30th from the official retail partner of Mayo GAA, Intersport Elverys. Purchase online at and in selected stores nationwide. The jersey is also available for purchase at

The Mayo GAA home jersey is now available at Intersport Elverys with the Mayo LGFA, Camogie & Goalkeeper jersey now available for Pre-Order.

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Intersport Elverys Hosts Big Beach Clean on Bertra Beach | Clean Coasts

Intersport Elverys recently hosted a Big Beach Clean on Berta Beach in Louisburgh as part of the Clean Coasts national annual campaign.

A team from the Castlebar Support Centre were among 24 groups in Mayo who took part in the clean and helped remove an estimated 2.2 tonnes of litter from the coasts of Mayo.

Intersport Elverys hosted the event as part of their Sustainability Strategy 2030, which you can check out more information here:

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The Big Beach Clean is an annual call to action that runs as part of the International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) and Clean Coasts, operated Internationally by Ocean Conservancy and invites communities and volunteers around the country to remove litter from around the Irish coast after the end of the bathing season.

A record number of 500 clean ups were organised this year and a total of over 63 tonnes of litter nationwide was collected.

Despite Bertra Beach appearing and being renowned as one of the cleaner beaches in Mayo, the team were surprised at how much litter they picked when they forensically walked it last Saturday morning.

“To look at Bertra Beach from the naked eye you think it is very clean, but when you strategically examine the beach for litter like we did, you end up finding lots of rubbish,” the Intersport Elverys team said.

“In total we collected 4 bags of trash of various sizes, at a total weight of just over 3kg.

“Some of the most common pieces of litter we discovered and picked was a huge amount of old fishing line that washed up on the rocky stretch, cigarette butts, food wrappers, plastic bottles and even condoms!

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“While we were on Berta Beach we covered approximately 2.5-3km in two hours of litter picking, ensuring to keep off the sand dunes which the local community are running an active campaign to try and prevent further erosion of them.”

Each year this initiative is also an opportunity for Big Beach Clean Mayo volunteers to get involved in a worldwide citizen science project, which entails collecting the amount and types of litter on Irish beaches and filling in Clean Coasts’ Marine Litter Data Cards to share with Ocean Conservancy.

It helps heighten awareness about the issue of marine litter serving as an indicator of the magnitude of the problem and helps shape future policies and campaigns.

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Intersport Elverys Announce Irish Hurdler Sarah Quinn as Brand Ambassador

Intersport Elverys are proud to announce Sarah Quinn as our new Brand

We are delighted the Irish International Sprint Hurdler will join our team at the
Heart of Sport, where we continue to support Irish individual athletes and teams
on their sporting journey.

Sarah, who hails from Ballinrobe in County Mayo, has been making waves in Irish
athletics over the past few years and is being tipped to become an Irish

In 2021, Sarah was part of Team Ireland who won silver medals at the IAAF World
Athletics Relay Championships in Poland and set a new national record.

After starting her athletics career in the humble surroundings of the Community
Games in ‘The Lough’ in Ballinrobe, Sarah has won numerous medals in the
National Senior Sprint Hurdle Championships.

A member of St Colman’s South Mayo AC in Claremorris, County Mayo, there is
huge local support and optimism for the career of Sarah and she continues to
inspire the next generation of sprinters with her exploits.

The 23 year-old specialises in the 60m/100m hurdles and the 100m sprint and
we can’t wait to support her on what will be a memorable journey ahead.

We can’t wait to get started with Sarah #IntersportElverys #TheHeartOfSport

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