All Ireland Minor Hurling Final To Take Place This Weekend


Tipperary and Offaly GAA supporters are looking forward to an intense and passionate All Ireland Minor Hurling Final on Sunday.

The game is set for Nowlan Park with a 1.30pm throw in – no further tickets are available for the match which is also expected to see a large number of juvenile fans (under16) given free admission.

Gates will open at 11.45am and fans are asked to arrive in plenty of time to ensure all attending are in the stadium for the 1.30pm start.

Adult supervisors attending with juvenile groups will be given access to Ardan O Cearbhaill regardless of what stand they may have purchased tickets for.

The GAA are confident that all those who wish to attend the game will be able to do so in a safe and enjoyable way.

25% of seats in each stand have been held back to cater for children attending with parents and 2,500 seats in the Ardan O Cearbhaill stand held back for Juvenile groups.

Tipperary are seeking their 21st Minor title and their first since 2016. Offaly are seeking a first minor title since 1989 and are coached by Limerick man Leo O’Connor.

Tipperary are managed by James Woodlock and captained by Nenagh Eire Og clubman Sam O’Farrell.