We have been asked a few times how a supporter might get a Premier League replica (player) singlet. Under normal circumstances this is almost impossible, given it is expensive to manufacture one offs. But, with the planned Beyond Blue Day and Jo's 300th of course, an opportunity has arisen that some might want to take advantage of.

The Premier League players will be, as is normally the case, wearing a commemorative singlet (designed by Lucas of course), on the day, manufactured by Sportscentre, with a reference to Beyond Blue Day and for this year, Jo's 300th. These singlets will be made available as a keepsake for any supporter, for $65, with profits going to the cause of the day (BB). There is a picture and more details attached.

The game will be Sunday the 7th of April v Forestville and will coincide with Jo Hill's 300th game. This creates an issue unfortunately where we MUST get orders in (if you want the singlet for the day) to the supplier by FRIDAY NEXT WEEK the 16th of February. So you have until close of business on THURSDAY the 15th to place your order.

You will also be able to order the singlet up to and including the day (7th of April) but of course delivery time will be several weeks after that. It will however be something to wear at all PL games and a great keepsake.

You will also need to arrange payment via Barb on ordering. She can be contacted on 0411280453.

You can have ANY name and ANY number on your singlet. That means you can have any player, so maybe a STARLING one with number 32, or HILL with number 7, or ATEM with 23, or you can have your own name on it with whatever number you like.

The singlets are ordered from Sportscentre, there is a sizing chart (picture) attached AND a link to a website telling you how to determine your size. Please use it carefully, we cannot send them back and have remade.

Any orders, questions, queries, issues etc., ring Barb on 0411280453.

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