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Laois GAA release Joe McDonagh ticket update while TG4 confirm live coverage

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We are just ten days away from the biggest hurling outing for Laois since 2005 as the team prepare to play Westmeath in the Joe McDonagh Cup final.

The game forms part of a triple header in Croke Park on Sunday June 30 in what will be Laois’s first game in GAA HQ since 2005.

The Laois game is sandwiched in the middle of two clashes involving Wexford and Kilkenny.

The Leinster giants meet in the minor final at 11.30am, the Joe McDonagh final is at 1.45pm while the Leinster final then takes place at 4pm.

Ahead of the game, tickets have been flying out of the various outlets with a crowd in excess of 60,000 expected on the day.

Laois GAA say: “Due to the large amount of phone calls to the Laois GAA Offices this week, we would like to remind anyone wishing to purchase tickets for the Joe McDonagh Cup Final we don’t take any phone orders.

“Anyone wishing to purchase tickets must attend the Laois GAA Offices.

“We have a small amount of Family Tickets remaining in the Cusack Stand. When these are all sold, all Family Tickets will then be on sale in the Davin Stand.

“Our best remaining tickets in the Hogan Stand is section 335.

“We would ask all supporters to snap up your tickets quickly to ensure all Laois supporters are sitting together.

“Free Laois GAA car flag when you purchase tickets from the Laois GAA Offices.

“All Hogan Stand tickets are €35. Family Tickets are €35 for adults and €5 for children in designated areas.

“Our offices will open from 9.30 each day. Closed from 1-2 for lunch and then also closed for the day at 5pm.”

Meanwhile, TG4 have confirmed that they will stream the Joe McDonagh Cup final live on their Youtube account.

They are prohibited from showing the game live on TV as it clashes with the Munster hurling final which will take place at 2pm on the same day.

However, those who can’t get to Croke Park can watch it on the stream or follow our Live Blog.

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