Ticket surge for Limerick hurlers’ Thurles tie

Jerome O’Connell

Reporter:

Jerome O’Connell

The Limerick hurlers are back in action in Thurles this Saturday
LIMERICK GAA officials are urging hurling supporters to purchase tickets for Saturday’s Thurles triple header as soon as possible.

LIMERICK GAA officials are urging hurling supporters to purchase tickets for Saturday’s Thurles triple header as soon as possible.

Limerick’s All Ireland SHC Qualifier against Dublin is the middle game of three in Semple Stadium, with a 5.00 start.

The hectic schedule opens with Tipperary playing Louth in an All Ireland SFC Qualifier at 2.45 and then at 7.00 is the hurling meeting of Clare and Cork.

With six different counties involved, GAA officials are predicting an attendance of between 35,000 and 40,000 in Thurles.

Stand and terrace tickets are now on sale on www.tickets.ie or through Centra and SuperValu.

For a limited time tickets are also available through the clubs of the county.

Entry to the stands and terraces for adults is €20, while reduced pricing is available for juveniles, OAPs and students.

The Limerick and Dublin game will be televised live on RTE television, while the Clare and Cork game will be televised on Sky Sports.