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Hoops, skyline on new Lions jersey

  • 07 Dec 2017
Andries Coetzee and Jaco Kriel Andries Coetzee and Jaco Kriel

The Lions have revealed their home and away jerseys for the 2018 Super Rugby tournament. 

The new jersey is a blend of traditional and modern, with red and white hoops on the front and a Johannesburg skyline design on the back.

The jersey will again sport the blue number on the back in support of the Els for Autism Foundation.

It will be available at and at most sports stores from 8 December.

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