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The coming weekend’s action

I’ve just done a quick scan of all the matches involving the county this coming weekend and it’s a bit of a list. It’s worth, then, providing an overview of what’s on so you can check the diary and see which ones you might be able to make. First up is the double-header at Tuam Stadium on Saturday. The curtain-raiser there […]

Get your tickets sorted today

Morning all. Another day has dawned – a nice enough one too by the looks of it – and despite yesterday’s second half drama we’re still in this year’s championship, one of only eight counties who can say that at this stage. I’ve no time, due to other commitments, to do a trawl through the match reports and all that today. […]

Tickets, tackling and stuff

As we know from last year, being in an All-Ireland semi-final replay doesn’t give much time to pause for breath. There’s still loads going on and being said about Sunday’s drawn match but Saturday evening’s replay is coming rapidly into view so it’s a case of picking and choosing what to focus on in these frantic days in between. The […]

Replay tickets sold out

Photo: @LauraMc_Donnell The GAA confirmed a short while ago that the public sale of tickets for Saturday evening’s All-Ireland semi-final replay is now finished, with all tickets available via this route – either in-store or online – sold out. Arrangements for ticket sales via the counties, both through clubs and for season ticket holders, have yet to be announced but […]

The train could be the thing

Photo: rte.ie We’re inching ever closer to Connacht final day – only nine days to go now – and while there’s little or no coverage about the match in the papers as yet, with Noel Connelly’s encouraging quote from the press night about all the squad being fit and ready the only morsel to chew on, time is ticking on […]

Self-scanners at MacHale Park on Sunday

I’m all for technological progress (without it, I guess, we’d all be still living in caves scratching our posteriors with the jawbone of an ass, or whatever that metaphor is supposed to be) and so I can only applaud the latest piece of hi-tech wizardry that season ticket holders are going to encounter at the entrance to MacHale Park shortly […]