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International Rules GAme 23/10/10

posted 14 Oct 2010, 04:27 by Unknown user   [ updated 14 Oct 2010, 04:28 by Denis Tuohy Agricultural Consultant ]



The GAA has confirmed that all seats in the Mackey Stand have been sold for Ireland’s upcoming Irish Daily Mail International Rules series clash with Australia at Páirc na nGael in Limerick.

Anthony Tohill’s team will begin the defence of the Cormac McAnallen Trophy at 7.0pm on Saturday October 23 and a special night of entertainment has been organised as part of the event.

With all seats in the Mackey Stand now allocated, a special combination package for both the Limerick and Croke Park tests now includes a seat in the North Stand at Páirc na nGael and one in the Lower Cusack Stand for the second test in Dublin on October 30.

This two test package costs €35 and is available from

Other ticket offers include Group passes available to schools and GAA Clubs at €3 for 16s or under with one adult free for every 10 juveniles.

Special offers are also available to Irish Daily Mail International Rules series purchasers with details available at

The Walls and local band The Super Model Twins have also been confirmed for Páirc na nGael as part of the match day entertainment line up.

The Irish panel and team captain will be announced by Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael Criostóir Ó Cuana and the Irish team manager, Anthony Tohill at Croke Park tomorrow and the Australian team are scheduled to arrive in Ireland on Sunday next.