Cork Vintage Jersey 1984
The 1984 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final was a hurling match which took place on Sunday, 2 September 1984 at Semple Stadium in Thurles between Cork and Offaly and had an attendance of 59,814. The Final score saw Cork winners 3-16 to 1-12. The 1984 final, regarded as the Centenary Year final due to the foundation of the GAA one hundred years previously in 1884, was the culmination of the 98th season of the championship, and the 97th final overall.
The great John Fenton got man of the match that day. Scoring 7 points and as Captain lifted the Liam McCarthy Cup. Cork got 6 All Star awards this year to finish off what was a fantastic year for Cork hurling.
The Number 8 Jersey was worn by John Fenton one of Cork’s all-time greats. John also got Player of the year scoring 1- 33, making him top scorer. John has 5 all Stars, appeared in the Jersey 31 times and has scored 8 – 132 while wearing the Red and White of Cork.
This Jersey was designed by Cul Sliotars in partnership with Hurling for Cancer Research. €5 from each Jersey sold is donated to this great cause. This Jersey is supported by Hurling for Cancer Research and Championed by the great Davy Russell to help raise funds.
Available in sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL XXL.
(This is a Pro Fit Jersey so please go one size above your normal fitting. Size X- Small fits Kids ages 11 to 13 years.)