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Tickets selling out fast as Joe McDonagh Cup fever hits Laois

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Joe McDonagh Cup fever is hitting the county as the Laois senior hurlers make their way to Croke Park for the first time since 2014.

Train tickets, bus tickets, stand tickets. If you name it, it’s selling.

The Joe McDonagh Cup final between Laois and Westmeath takes place at 1.45pm in Croke Park, while the Leinster senior hurling final between Kilkenny and Wexford follows at 4pm.

At the time of writing, train tickets from Portlaoise train station could be on their way to being sold out. The earliest train service at 9.29am has one option of flexible tickets left, priced at €15.79.

The 11.30am train has two out of three options available, while the same goes for the 11.45am train.

Other than transport by train, there are GAA clubs organising their own buses to get up and down to Croke Park for the day.

As for the actually seating arrangements, an email sent out on Tuesday, June 25 at 4pm stated the following:

  • Hogan Stand: The only remaining tickets in this stand are section 335 (lower). All other sections have been sold out.
  • Cusack Stand Lower: SOLD OUT
  • Cusack Stand Upper: Adult & Family Tickets available
  • Family Tickets: All Family sections in the Cusack Stand have SOLD OUT. The only available Family Tickets available are Davin Stand Section 322.

LaoisToday will be heading up to Croker to follow every minute of action from the off. We will be live-blogging the final and giving full coverage on our social media channels.

SEE ALSO – Selector Fitzgerald delighted to balance busy family life with hurling as big day approaches

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Siún Lennon joined LaoisToday in a full-time capacity after studying Journalism and New Media in the University of Limerick. She hails from Rosenallis and her interests vary from news, sports and politics.