Unfortunately positioning of T-shirt in Marks and Spencer today…
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Ireland x Iroquois Nationals “Together As One” t-shirts are now available online for one week only!
Proceeds will benefit boys and girls youth teams to play internationally in the Ireland World Festival Tournament in 2021!
— IROQUOIS NATIONALS LACROSSE (@IRQ_Nationals) September 9, 2020
The Iroquois Nationals are headed to the men’s lacrosse competition at The World Games 2022 following a remarkable gesture from Ireland.
Despite qualifying for the tournament, Ireland Lacrosse pulled out of the competition after hearing the Iroquois Nationals were denied a spot in the field by the International World Games Association.
The World Games, a multi-sport competition played every four years, was initially scheduled for this summer in Birmingham, Ala., but was pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic. Only eight lacrosse teams were selected for the tournament based on finishing places at the 2018 World Championships, where the Iroquois came in third and Ireland took 12th.
However, the Iroquois Nationals were initially excluded from the International World Games since they are not a sovereign nation and don’t have an Olympic Committee. But lacrosse’s roots trace back to the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, which consists of the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca and Tuscarora Nations. The Nations invented the sport and participate in international competitions as an independent team, the Iroquois Nationals.
Temple Street Foundation in partnership with KCS have launched this ‘Thank you’ Tee designed by Tanya O’Neill to raise much needed funds for Temple Street Children’s Hospital.
For every tee-shirt sold a donation will be made to the Foundation. Show your support and say “Thank You” to front line staff.
They promise orders will be dispatched within 10 working days.
The Pigeon House tee.
By Ireland-born, London-based designer Austin Burke.
Yours for £18 (Sterling).
Irish-made stuff to email@example.com marked ‘Irish-Made Stuff’. No fee.
Tell the world.
Padraig Stapleton writes:
Special Longford t-shirts online all profits will go to the Longford Palliative Care Team. Wear with pride at home and abroad and support a great cause at the same time.
The 32-county tee.
Kevin Carter writes:
designed a T-shirt of all the counties made up of their names in Irish with a few towns thrown in for good measure.
I think your readers might like it and I need to get at least 50 pre-orders before It gets the go ahead to be printed.If you felt like sharing that would be awesome but no pressure. The campaign is here
You’ll be needing this Tee so:
Can’t speak Polish, Dutch, Swedish or struggle with da English? Fear not The Lexicon Tee (above) is your travel companion for Summer 2012. Menus, bus stations and bars are now at the tip of your finger. Available from Nutmeg Clothing and Casa Rebelde, (at the back of the Foggy Dew, Upper Fownes Street, Temple Bar, Dublin)
We have three Lexicon tees to give away.
To enter, just finish this sentence: “I deserve a Lexicon Tee because…”