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Terrace tickets remain for Ireland V Australia

posted 21 Oct 2010, 03:17 by Unknown user   [ updated 21 Oct 2010, 03:19 by Denis Tuohy Agricultural Consultant ]

GAA Press Release

 

20.10.10

 

2010 Irish Daily Mail International Rules Series

 

The GAA has confirmed that all seats for Saturday’s Irish Daily Mail International Rules Series test one meeting of Ireland and Australia at Páirc na nGael in Limerick have been sold.

 

Terrace tickets still remain and supporters are urged to purchase these tickets before Saturday.

 

Club and School Group passes are closed for the first test in Limerick but remain on sale for the second test in Croke Park on October 30 priced at €3 for Under 16s 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 www.gaa.ie/tickets.

 

The Walls and local band The Super Model Twins will provide match day entertainment.

 

In addition, Eurosport (main channel) will cover LIVE the 2010 Irish Daily Mail International Rules first test in Limerick on October 23. The match will be available in 57 countries (excluding Great Britain) and in more than 110 million homes on a pan European basis.

 

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