ALLIANZ HURLING LEAGUE FINAL

ALLIANZ HURLING LEAGUE FINAL

The Allianz Hurling League final between Cork and Kilkenny will be played at Semple Stadium on Sunday next, May 6 at 4pm. There will be no game before it. Spectators are asked to come early to avoid any last minute rush as a large crowd is expected. The game is all ticket but there is no reserved seating. Seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Both stands will be open and the Town End terrace only will be open. Stand tickets are €20 if purchased before match day to celebrate our new network of outlets with SuperValu and Centra and €25 if purchased on match day. Terrace tickets are €15 irrespective of when purchased. Juvenile stand and terrace tickets are €5 each. Senior citizen and student stand are €10 discounted from purchase price with purchase at full price and refund at concession stiles, no refunds after entry. Concession stiles are 1 and 2 in the Kinane (Old) Stand and 52 and 53 in the O Riain (New) stand. Tickets are available online from tickets.ie and gaa.ie and are also available from selected SuperValu and Centra stores in the participating counties and in Tipperary. Season ticket holders do not need to get tickets. They can use their season ticket pass at the stiles – Stiles 10 and 11 in the Kinane (Old) Stand and 48 and 49 in the O Riain Stand. Cash will not be taken at any stile so please arrive in time if you are purchasing a ticket on the day but the best value is to buy a ticket in advance online or through our partners in SuperValu and Centra.
GAA CENTRAL COMMITTEES

New GAA President, Liam O’Neill has announced the membership of the central committees which will be in office for his term as present. Tipperary has been awarded two committee chairs – Liz Howard of the National Presentation and Awards Committee and Ger Ryan of the Medical, Scientific and Player Welfare Committee and the following committee memberships – Con Hogan (Central Hearings Committee), Sean Fogarty (Central Appeals Committee), Willie Barrett (National Referees Committee), Ed Donnelly (IT and Communications Committee) and John Costigan (Child Protection and Welfare Appeals Committee). Jimmy Darcy from Drom and Inch who works for the GAA in Croke Park is Secretary of the National Games Development Committee.

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