2024 TG4 All-Ireland Finals tickets

Cork getting ready for Senior All-Ireland Final

Cork getting ready for Senior Final


The Senior Ladies are all geared up for the All-Ireland
Senior final on Sunday week. Talks of three in a row are being
kept firmly on the backburner with the camogie players having
just missed out on such a feat on Sunday last. Cork will treat
it as any other game they know that Mayo beat them in the League
Semi and ended their excellent run of 31 matches on the trot.
Cork have not lost since and when one looks back on the Suzuki
league Semi Final, most of the squad were preparing for vital
exams. Those pressures off, Cork strode majestically though the
Championship racking up big scores and displaying great composure
in the latter stages of the championship.

Waterford gave them a very tough battle in the Munster final but
after that they had very easy wins. Those easy wins could be a
minus for them because they have not been really tested in recent
games but when it comes to the All-Ireland final the experience
of the last 2 finals will stand them in great stead. Not that
Mayo will be lacking in experience since they made their breakthrough
in the late nineties when they won 4 titles in 5 years they will
want to bridge the gap to their last triumph against Dublin in

In Cora Staunton they possess the most lethal forward in Ireland
male or female, but Cork at this stage will have hatched a plan
to curtail the Carnacon flying machine. Mayo have always brought
a huge following to “Croker” and no doubt they will do so again.
The fact that they are playing Mayo and its virtually a 50/50
game, should inspire the Cork faithful as well and they should
turn out in big numbers to support the Rebelettes. Many clubs
have organised groups and must be commended for this. Hopefully
every club in the Co will give the backing to the girls that they

There are attractive packages for families and clubs. Special
deals for clubs for TG4 All-Ireland final Each club will receive
10 Complimentary tickets upon a group order. Group Rates ( for
U16’s) min 10 as follows: €5 per person plus 1 adult @ €5 per
group of 10. All group tickets to be booked in advance from the
Office Family tickets 2 adults @ €25 each 2 children @ €5 each.
Normal prices Adults €25 Students / OAP €10 Under 14 € 8

All schools & clubs that avail of Group Rates will be entered
into a prize draw. 1st A full set of gear – jerseys , socks &
shorts. 2nd A set of Jerseys 3rd 10 O’Neills Footballs 4th 5 O’Neill
Footballs Counties where Central receive orders from 10 clubs
or more will have those clubs entered into a separate draw where
one club will get cheque refunded. Competition for Schools and
Clubs A competition has been set up for all post-primary schools
and clubs in the 6 competing counties. One school/club in each
county is in with a chance to win 20 free tickets to the All Ireland
final and 5 footballs for their School/club. All they have to
do is compose a poem or make a banner supporting their team. The
poem ( as a word document) or the banner (photograph as a jpg
must be emailed to sheenatally@ladiesgaelic.ie before 12pm on
Monday 17th September. The winner will be announced on Tuesday
18th September. The winning entries from each county will be printed
in the All-Ireland Programme.

Results Co Intermediate Final Mourneabbey 2-14 Kildorrery 1-10
Under 16 Co Quarter final Boherbue 3-10 Dunmanus Rovers 2-10 Under
13 B Macroom 3-8 Passage 1-3 Macroom 9-4 Carrigaline B 3-0 Under
13 B Naomh Aban 4-5 Ballincollig 2-2 Co Junior B Semi Inch Rovers
B 5-9 Cilmin 3-15 Co Junior C Semi Bride Rovers 5-15 Carrigaline
4-5 Co D Under 12 championship. Coursey Rovers 5-12 Newmarket
2-2 Rosscarbery 2-6 Naomh Aban 2-3 Under 12 Naomh Aban 1-6 St
Vals 2-2 Mourneabbey 4-15 Beara 3-5


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