The Kildare’s alternate jersey for the 2013 season was predominantly green with white trim. It featured white hoops on the sleeves and a white collar with a buttoned placket. The jersey also had the Kildare county crest and sponsor logo prominently displayed. Overall, the jersey had a simple yet stylish design, which was well-received by supporters.
The Kildare GAA football season in 2013 was a mixed one, with both highs and lows for the team. Here’s a closer look at how the season unfolded:
League Campaign: In the National Football League, Kildare started their campaign with a disappointing loss against Donegal, but they quickly bounced back with a convincing win against Cork. However, they struggled to maintain consistency throughout the rest of the league, winning only three more games and losing four. This left them in a mid-table position in Division 1, with no chance of making the final.
Leinster Championship: Kildare began their championship campaign in the quarter-finals of the Leinster Championship against Offaly. They comfortably beat Offaly by a margin of 13 points, setting up a semi-final clash with Dublin. Unfortunately for Kildare, Dublin proved too strong, winning the match by 16 points.
Qualifiers: After their loss to Dublin, Kildare entered the qualifiers, where they faced Louth in the first round. Kildare won that match comfortably, before going on to beat Tyrone in the second round. In the third round, they faced Monaghan, who proved too strong and eliminated Kildare from the championship.
Overall, while Kildare had some positive moments in the 2013 season, their campaign was ultimately disappointing, with a mid-table finish in the league and an early exit from both the Leinster Championship and All-Ireland Championship.
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