Promoting charities or causes has been banned from GAA jerseys.
Central Council made the decision over the weekend.
It's as Mayo GAA wanted to wear rainbow armbands - but that was rejected.
Joe Brolly, says GAA people are furious
"Ring one of the banks, ring one of the big insurance companies.
"That's no problem.
"That suits us right down to the ground and we don't care what their background is.
"That's good enough for us. There is a genuine rage amongst GA people and it's entirely understandable."
Martina Jennings is the CEO of the Mayo Roscommon Hospice, which has previously featured on jerseys when a sponsor paid for a slot and offered that slot to the Hospice.
"I'm struggling to understand this to be honest, as a charity that relies solely on fundraising to fund the palliative care services and two hospitals in Mayo and Roscommon.
"We probably wouldn't have achieved that without the support of GAA clubs throughout both counties, and not just from a fundraising point of view, also from an awareness point of view."
The GAA said today counties have a number of other ways they can support local groups if they wish.