Guernseys

Some articles on guernseys, guernsey:

AFL Central Queensland Highlands - AFL Darling Downs
... The senior representative team is known as the Demons and wear guernseys modelled on the Melbourne Demons guernseys. 18 competition are known as the "Crows" and wear guernseys modelled on the Adelaide Crows guernseys ...
Modbury Football Club - Guernseys
... Up to 1937 - Maroon guernsey with one white band, later replaced with a white vee 1947–1978 - Dark blue guernsey with a light blue vee 1979–onwards - Brown and gold ...
Australian Rules Football Culture - Traditions of The Game - Clothing
... As part of their uniform, players wear shirts called guernseys ... Guernseys are similar to basketball shirts, but of a more robust design, often referred to in Australia as "jumpers" ... A few players choose to wear a long sleeved variation of the modern guernsey design ...
Power To Win - Club Symbols and Identity - Guernseys - Guernsey Types
... Home and away guernsey (intended to be worn as a one-off 2009, before being worn regularly since 2010) Black based guernsey with two chevrons, the upper being teal and the lower being white ... Clash guernsey (worn since 2010) White based guernsey with two chevrons, the upper being teal and the lower being black ...
Brasenose College Boat Club - Brasenose At The Henley Royal Regatta
... that The Etonian Club were dressed in white guernseys with pale blue facings, rosette sky blue ... Brasenose had blue striped guernseys, blue cap with gold tassel, rosette yellow, purple and crimson ... Wadham wore white guernseys with narrow blue stripes, dark blue cap with light blue velvet band, and light blue scarf, and Trinity College were attired in blue striped guernseys ...