The Mayne Jersey takes its name from Lieutenant Colonel Robert Blair 'Paddy' Mayne.
Mayne was a talented Rugby player, touring with the British & Irish Lions in 1938, and playing for the Irish national team. A founding member of the Special Air Service, he destroyed forty-seven enemy aircraft – a record for the most enemy aircraft destroyed in a single action - despite being neither a member of the Royal Air Force, or even a pilot!
The Mayne Jersey has burgundy and navy stripes across the body, and proudly sports the Stanley Biggs Aero Club crest on the left breast.
The Mayne Jersey
Our Jerseys are 100% ringspun cotton, with woven collar and twin needle stitching on hems.
The Aero Club Badges are 100% Wool.
Wash at 30 degrees.
Model is 38/40" Chest and is wearing a size Medium
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