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Co. Clare


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Before we all head up to Croke Park, Croke Park is heading down to us – to help us secure the best seats in the house on St Patrick’s Day.

On Wednesday, March 8, the GAA ticket office will be in Ballyea Community Centre from 6pm to 8pm to sell reserved tickets for our All Ireland final appearance against Cuala.

They’re been sold on a block-book basis, meaning that any tickets sold on the night will be prime reserved seats alongside fellow Ballyea members and supporters.

Adult tickets for the middle of the lower Hogan and Cusack Stands are been offered at a discount rate of €20, €5 less than they would be from any other outlet. The same rate applies for students and OAPs.

Children Under-16 tickets are available at €5 for the lower Cusack Stand only. In other words, if you want your kids in the Hogan, they will be charged adult prices.

If you can’t make it to the Community Centre on March 8, adult tickets can of course also be bought on, Centra and at Croke Park on the day of the match itself for €25.

For wheelchairs, tickets will be sold in a pair, the price of €25 covering both the wheelchair user and the attendant. The best way to purchase these is to either directly email or phone them on 01-8451111, or call our club secretary, Hilary Neylon, on 087-4194640 for assistance.


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