QUIZ: How well do you know your 90’s GAA jerseys?

Donegal and Tyrone got the GAA summer off to a rollicking start last weekend, and hopefully Clare and Limerick will fly the flag for Munster with a gripping contest on Sunday.

But whatever about the quality of hurling and football, can any of this season's jerseys match the iconic kits of the '90s - when sponsorship was new and shorts were short.

QUIZ: How well do you know your 90’s GAA jerseys?

Wexford captain Martin Storey shakes hands with Limerick captain Ciaran Carey as referee Pat Horan looks on at the All-Ireland Hurling Final in 1996. Picture: Ray McManus/SPORTSFILE

Fancy yourself as a hard-core GAA supporter?

Have a go at our quiz on GAA jerseys of the 1990’s. All were worn by inter-county teams between 1990 and 2000.

With thanks to prideinthejersey.com for all images. Check the site out for a trip down memory lane - after you've taken the quiz!

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