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Which guernsey should Australia use in the International Rules?

Ben McGlynn of Australia in action during the International Rules Series second test match between Australia and Ireland at Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast.
Ben McGlynn during the 2011 International Rules Series against Ireland
FANS can play a role in picking the guernsey the Australian team will wear against Ireland in the Virgin Australia International Rules Series Test at Patersons Stadium in Perth on November 22.

Two jumpers have been produced – a predominantly blue version and one that incorporates green and gold. Both feature the Australian coat of arms.

The new format for the one-off test against the Irish will see Australia represented only by players who have been picked in All Australian teams. 

Geelong skipper Joel Selwood, Hawthorn captain Luke Hodge and Adelaide star Patrick Dangerfield have already committed to playing.

Hawthorn's Alastair Clarkson will coach the Australians, assisted by Fremantle's Ross Lyon, Geelong's Chris Scott and the Sydney Swans' 2005 premiership defender Tadhg Kennelly.

To vote for your preferred jumper, click here, 'Like' your favourite and in the comments section give your reason why you’d want to see the Australians wearing it. 

Entrants will go in the draw to win a trip for two to Perth. Prize includes flights from any capital city in Australia (excluding West Australian residents) and two nights’ accommodation. 

Click here for competition terms and conditions.