(A) (i) Each Club must register the colour of its shirts, shorts and socks with the Secretary by the 1st of August who shall decide as to their suitability.
(ii) Goalkeepers must wear colours, which distinguish them from other players and the Referee.
(iii) Outfield player shirts must be distinguishable by a unique number.
(iii) Any player, including the goalkeeper, shall not be permitted to wear a black or very dark coloured shirt.
(iv) Clubs must play in its registered colours. Any Club team not being able to play in its normal colours, as registered with the Competition, shall notify the colours in which they will play to its opponents at least three days before the match.
(v) When the colours of competing Clubs are similar the home Club shall change its shirts and, if required, its shorts and/or socks in order to ensure that there is not a clash of colours unless mutually agreed arrangements have been made between the Clubs to the contrary.
(vi) If, in the opinion of the Referee, a colour clash occurs with either the Referee or the opposition, and the situation cannot be remedied causing the match to be postponed, the offending team shall be liable to a fine, points deduction or both.
The Secretary of the Competition may request shirts to be submitted if complaints are received as to lack of distinguishing colours, and the Management Committee may refuse to permit any shirts or shorts as they think fit.
(B) Any Club wishing to change its name and/or colours, must obtain permission from its affiliated County Association and from the Management Committee.