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GALWAY GAA: COUNTY BOARD ISSUE NOTICE AHEAD OF SUNDAY’S DOUBLE HEADER

Galway GAA and the Pearse Stadium Committee have issued a notice to all supporters travelling to Pearse Stadium for the hurling and camogie double header. 

The maroon and white take on Offaly in both games with the National Camogie League match throwing in at 12pm before the All-Ireland Hurling Champions face league action against the Faithful County at 2pm.

Tony O’Donovan’s camogie charges beat Tipperary in their previous outing and another victory will set them up for a winner-takes-all clash with Wexford the following Sunday.

And Micheal Donoghue’s hurlers will look for their third win after narrow results over Laois and Antrim as they aim to keep their promotion targets on track.

Due to increased traffic in Galway, Salthill and Pearse Stadium, the County Board are urging supporters to arrive early to avoid any congestion or delays.

Entry into Pearse Stadium will be by ticket only with no cash accepted at the stiles.  Tickets can be purchased from Centra or Supervalu outlets before Sunday for €12 or at Ticket Sales Office outside Pearse Stadium for €15.  There are discounts for students, children and OAPs.

Galway GAA also advises supporters to park at designated car parks around the grounds to avoid causing any disturbances or risk fines or clamping and these car parks will be signposted.

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