This is just a quick one to provide some details on tickets for this weekend’s three Mayo matches.
Let’s start this time with the big one, the men’s NFL Division One clash against Armagh at the Athletic Grounds on Sunday (throw-in 3.30pm). Mayo GAA cautioned earlier today that tickets need to be bought now to avoid disappointment, adding that, due to capacity issues at the venue, tickets also have to be bought for any children travelling with adults to the game. The link for purchasing tickets is here.
Two further bits of info relating to the Armagh game, the first of which is relevant to those who intend to travel for it and the second for those who opt to remain on home soil that afternoon.
In relation to the former, the City of Armagh Rugby Club have announced that car parking is available at their club, which they say is located only 500 metres from the Athletic Grounds. Details on that are here.
As regards the latter, Castlebar Mitchels today announced that An Sportlann will open at 3pm on Sunday and they’ll have the TV on, with the match being shown live on TG4. More on that here.
Okay, back to the ticket details.
The link for purchasing tickets for Saturday’s NHL Division 3A clash with Roscommon at MacHale Park (throw-in 2pm) is here. Tickets for this game are also available at selected Centra and SuperValu outlets.
The women footballers are in action against Waterford at Dungarvan on Sunday (throw-in 2pm). The link for tickets for that one is here. The match is being streamed live on the LGFA’s Player (here). Charges apply but they’re very reasonable and the €50 season pass is a total steal.
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Free ticket for Armagh match .Please send email adress .0861682927
I can’t travel on Sunday. Free ticket available to a good home. I can email it on
I take your ticket Ultair.
What your email address?
Ticket for Armagh match gone.
Game should be moved to Croker
I would not be for making many changes to team but if guys are putting their hands up in training then they deserve their chance.
Leaking soft goals is an area we need to improve. I expect to see a better understanding between Brickenden and McBrien. When one goes the other needs to mind house. Armagh have a lively set of forwards, they will give us plenty to think about.
Up front, we need a target man full forward who can win a ball and score. O Shea does not fit into this category but i would persevere with Carr.
Same team starting as started last week
Do we expect the published team to start or changes to be made before throw in.
I have two tickets to anyone who wants them.
A friends season tix who can’t go