Final update on ticket draws

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Right, here’s another update on draws being held for All-Ireland final tickets. Most, if not all, of the draws are on either tomorrow or on Thursday so this is the last update on draws being held that I’ll be doing here.

Okay, here goes:

Mayo draws

  • Mayo GAA: two tickets to be won in draws every night before the final – details here NEW
  • Ardnaree Sarsfields GAA: two tickets to be won – details here 
  • Ballaghaderreen GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw tomorrow – details here
  • Ballina Stephenites GAA: two tickets to be won – details here
  • Ballyhaunis GAA: two tickets to be won in a draw for those entered in the Win an SUV draw – details here
  • Bohola Moy Davitts GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday here
  • Breaffy GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on tomorrow – details here
  • Cill Chomain GAA: two tickets to be won – details here
  • Crossmolina GAA: two tickets to be won – details here
  • Hollymount/Carramore GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here
  • Knockmore GAA: two tickets to be won – details here
  • Mayo Gaels GAA: two stand tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here
  • Shrule/Glencorrib GAA: two tickets to be won – details here
  • Swinford GAA: ticket to be won in the draw on Thursday night – details here NEW
  • Tooreen GAA: ticket to be won in the draw – details here NEW
  • Westport GAA: two tickets to be won in the bonus draw for those entered in the Win a House in Westport fundraising draw – details here 

Other counties’ draws

  • Aghabog GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Friday – details here NEW
  • Arravale Rovers GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Friday – details here NEW
  • Ballinderry Shamrocks GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here
  • Bearna CLG: two tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here
  • Carrickredmond GAA: one ticket to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here 
  • Carrickshock GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here 
  • Clonduff GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here
  • Cortoon Shamrocks GAA: ticket to be won in the draw – details here NEW
  • Creggs GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here
  • Cúchullain an Ghleanna GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on tomorrow – details here
  • Glynn Barntown GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here 
  • Latton O’Reilly GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here NEW
  • Longford Slashers GAA: ticket to be won in the draw on tomorrow – details here
  • Kiladangan GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here 
  • Kilgarry GAA: four tickets to be won in the draw on Friday – details here
  • Monaghan GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Friday – details here 
  • Newtownbutler GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here
  • Padraig Pearses GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here
  • Rhode GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Friday – details here NEW
  • Robert Emmets Castlefinn GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here 
  • St Colmans Drumaness GAA: two tickets to be won in the draw on Thursday – details here 
  • Shannon Gaels GAA: two tickets to be won in the bonus draw for those entered in the Win a House in Sligo fundraising draw – details here
  • Walterstown GAA: two tickets to be won – details here NEW

In addition, Elverys are running a social media competition, in which tickets for the final are up for grabs. Details on that are here.

That’s the lot – I hope these lists were of some use and will lead to at least some people getting to the match who otherwise would have missed out. Best of luck to anyone who has entered in any of these draws.

2 thoughts on “Final update on ticket draws

  1. I can’t keep spending money on these lotto tickets would anyone like to go halves with me for a few only need one ticket for myself

  2. The whole ticket debacle has given me some humility. I’ve never had to worry about a ticket for myself since getting the Cairde Maigh Eo ticket nine years back. I forgot what it was like to hunt, it’s a skill in itself.

    It feels like the GAA has kicked us out from our seats, thrown some scraps outside and told us to sort it out amongst yourselves. All good and well but it didn’t have to be done that way.

    I always liked All Ireland week more than the run-up to Christmas but there’s no bells this year, just anxiety and panic, maybe that’s what Christmas is really like for some?

    Let’s get the ball thrown in and forget this mess. There’s history to be made on Saturday and everyone is invited to the party afterwards, we won’t leave anyone out.

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