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Tickets selling well ahead of Laois hurlers trip to Croke Park

Willie Dunphy of Laois celebrates scoring a second half point against Dublin in OMoore Park last Sunday

Laois GAA are reporting a steady flow of ticket sales ahead of Sunday’s All Ireland hurling quarter-final in Croke Park. 

Supporters were queueing from Monday morning following the thrilling win over Dublin in O’Moore Park on Sunday. 

Tickets can be bought in the Laois GAA offices in LOETB Centre of Excellence on Fr Browne Avenue beside O’Moore Park from 9.30am to 5.30pm until Friday of this week. 

Hogan and Cusack Stand tickets are €40 with Hill 16 tickets €30. There are no concessions for the Hogan Stand but students and OAPs can get a €10 rebate on Cusack or Davin Stand tickets. 

Family tickets are also available in the Cusack and Davin – €40 for adults and €5 for children.  

Clubs are also reminded that they can apply for club packages from the group pass – where it’s €5 per juvenile U-16 with a free adult ticket with every 10 juveniles.

Additional adults can purchase tickets at face value. The club packages are for seats in the Davin Stand. 

Clubs only have until this evening to apply for those packages and can do so here.

Sunday’s game is part of a double header with the other quarter-final between Cork and Kilkenny, which is at 2pm with the Laois-Tipperary game at 4pm. Both games are live on RTE.

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