The Tipperary county board has confirmed that the senior footballers will revert back to their traditional blue and gold jerseys for their All-Ireland semi-final against Mayo.

Tipp ended an 85-year wait for Munster Championship glory on Sunday as they beat Cork in the provincial decider.

To mark the centenary of Bloody Sunday, the Premier County wore special commemorative jerseys in white and green - a replica of the jersey colours worn by the Tipperary team which played Dublin in Croke Park in 1920. 

The story behind the green and white kit is an interesting one. A century ago, Tipp didn't have an official jersey, with the team instead playing in the colours of their county champions. However, Fethard's blue and white gear was regarded as a little too well worn to be donned at Croke Park, so the county lined out in Grangemockler's green and white kit. 

However, Tipperary GAA have announced that they will return to blue and gold which for the clash against Mayo on 6 December and that the wearing of the commemorative jersey was a one-off.

In a tweet, they said: "Tipperary Co. Board and SF management can confirm that our footballers will revert to the traditional blue and gold jersey against Mayo on Sunday week. The Munster Final jersey was a one-off replica for a specific commemorative day that will live long in the memory of Tipp GAA."