Condition: 8/10 Excellent. A few little pulls on the lower front
Size: Adult's Medium (slim fitting)
Chest Measurement: 36-38 Inches / 92-97 CM
Colour: Turquoise, navy trim
Official Puma Ireland away rugby shirt from the 2010/11 international season.
This is Puma's superior 'pro-fit' version of the jersey, designed for rugby players. It features a tight fitting design aimed at slipping tackles, and an upgraded material mix designed for durability & flexibility.
Condition of this original rugby jersey is 8/10 - Excellent. A few little pulls on the lower front (see photos).
Ireland began their 2010 Summer Tests with a non-cap friendly against the Barbarians, which they lost 23–29. Their next game saw them take on New Zealand. An injury hit side fielded a number of inexperienced or uncapped players, Jamie Heaslip was sent off in the 15th minute, and Ireland were thrashed 66–28, their heaviest ever defeat, though a come back in the second half gained them credit, with tries from O'Driscoll, Bowe and D'Arcy after Tuohy's first half try.
Ireland's next game was against New Zealand Maori. The side fielded many inexperienced players. The game was level at 18–18 at half-time, but the Maori won 31–28. Ireland's last game of the Summer Tests, was against Australia which they lost 22–15.
Ireland began their 2010 Autumn Tests with a 21–23 defeat by South Africa, the first international at the new Aviva Stadium. Ronan O'Gara won his 100th cap for Ireland during the game. Ireland's next game was against Samoa, which they won 20–10. Ireland's third game of the 2010 Autumn Tests was against New Zealand, which the All-Blacks won 18–38. Ireland's final game of the 2010 Autumn Tests was against Argentina, which Ireland won 29–9.
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