We wanted to get the club access to a full set of kit, training wear, bobble hats, bags, under armours, everything from one manufacturer, and that’s what we’ve delivered!
There is a great variety of training gear and there are various hoodies, sweatshirts, t-shrts etc and everything bears the Club logo.
All members have their own unique club number. Please contact Eliot Boyd or Dan Holding the to obtain your number before ordering your shirt.
Easy and efficient. O’NEILLS have lots of web-shop experience, and – most importantly – your orders will turn up to your home address quicker and with no “monthly cut-off date” restrictions, so you can order whenever you like.
Very reasonable compared to other brands on the market with adult playing shirts costing £28.
In short, no. We took the decision to keep individual garment prices as competitive as possible, so that members can buy what they want and when they want it. It would therefore have been difficult to offer much in the way of further savings on the published list prices. But just for the record, buying the items individually online will actually cost no more than the bundle prices other suppliers offered us when we went out to tender for the new kit.
O’NEILLS are based in Northern Ireland and provide kit across a wide range of different sports, not just hockey. In this country they are particularly active in Rugby League (kitting out the likes of St. Helens, Huddersfield and Widnes) and are the official supplier of EFL League 2 football team Wycombe Wanderers. The Irish T20 cricket team also played against England earlier this summer sporting a green O’NEILLS kit. They were selected because they manufacture all their own garments, hold large stocks of key items and have the critical mass to supply a club of our size without suffering either constant shortages or sacrificing quality.
O’NEILLS base their measurements on “European sizing”, so their garments may be similar in fit to M&S, i.e. relatively generously cut, but beware … the men’s shirt, for instance, is a relatively slim-line fitting, so size “L” probably does mean large, nothing more. The shorts, however, are definitely “big”, and quite a few first-team players have opted for a combination of L shirts and M shorts. For the ladies shirts, many have found they have had to order two sizes up…just being honest. We have provided feedback on this.