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GAA Shirt Of The Week – Donegal 2016 Shirt

The Donegal GAA shirt from 2016 is predominantly green in colour with gold accents. It features a subtle horizontal stripe pattern in a slightly darker shade of green across the front and back of the shirt. The shirt has a round neckline and short sleeves.

The Donegal team crest is placed on the left side of the chest, with the GAA logo on the right side. The shirt sponsor’s logo is printed in gold in the centre of the shirt.

The shirt is made from a lightweight and breathable fabric, designed to keep the players comfortable and dry during matches. The overall design is simple yet stylish, with a classic look that is consistent with the traditional Donegal GAA team colours.

Donegal 2016 shirt team squad

The 2016 GAA season was a mixed one for the Donegal senior football team. They started the season well, winning the Dr. McKenna Cup in January, with victories over Fermanagh, Armagh, and Tyrone.

In the National Football League, Donegal started strong with wins over Down, Cork, and Mayo, but struggled in the latter stages of the competition, losing three of their last four games. They eventually finished in fifth place in Division 1, which was enough to secure their status in the top tier for the following year.

In the Ulster Senior Football Championship, Donegal was drawn against Fermanagh in the quarter-finals, and comfortably won by a score of 0-18 to 0-12. They then faced Monaghan in the semi-finals but were beaten in a closely-fought encounter by a score of 0-14 to 1-11.

Despite this disappointment, Donegal was still in with a chance of winning the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship and began their campaign with a comprehensive win over Fermanagh in the qualifiers. However, their run was brought to an end in the following round, as they were beaten by Dublin by a score of 1-15 to 1-10.

Overall, the 2016 season was one of progress for Donegal, with some positive performances in the league and championship. However, the defeat to Monaghan in the Ulster semi-final and the early exit from the All-Ireland qualifiers will have been a disappointment for the team and their supporters.

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