Tipperary GAA Board Encouraging Tipperary Supporters To Attend Minor All Ireland Final

The Tipperary GAA board is running a campaign to get Tipperary supporters to Kilkenny on Saturday next June 29th to support the Minor Team in the All Ireland Final against Kilkenny.
The game is set to throw in at 5.30pm at UPMC Nowlan Park. Both teams are tied at 21 titles in the Roll of Honour for the county with the most wins at Minor level. The GAA board is sharing a series of messages from Tipperary Stars of today and the past such as Nicky English  encouraging fans to get their tickets for Saturday. 
Tickets for Limerick’s All Ireland Semi-final against Cork will go on sale at 11am this morning.  The match is set for Sunday, July 7 in Croke Park at 4pm. Clare will take on Kilkenny in the other semi-final set for Saturday July 6th. Both games will be played as part of double headers with two Glen Dimplex Camogie Quarter finals to also be played on July 6th and 7th.

The GAA says a limited number of stand and terrace tickets will go on sale through Ticketmaster, SuperValu and Centra shops at 11am. Limerick GAA Clubs will receive a ticket allocation to distribute among their members.

Limerick are seeking to make history this year by becoming the first Senior hurling team to win 5 All Irelands in a row.  Cork will hope that their win in May against the Treaty side in the round robin part of the competition will be repeated in the knock out match at Croke Park.   The May 11th   game at SuperValu Pairc Ui Chaoimh was a thriller with Cork coming out best in the 3-28 to 3-26 scoreline. The Limerick team is managed by John Kiely, Deputy Principal at the Abbey School in Tipperary town.