Donegal and Kerry to wear traditional colours in final

Michael Murphy 0914There’ll be no change of jerseys for this month’s All Ireland Football finals.

Both Donegal and Kerry will run out in their traditional colours when the sides meet at Croke Park in just under three weeks’ time.

It was thought that the counties would switch to their second strips – Donegal in white and Kerry in blue, but it has been confirmed that the finalists of the two games will stay in their traditional jersey.

Donegal seniors wore their white jersey in the Ulster semi final win over Antrim while Kerry had wore blue in the two games against Mayo in the semi final.