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Ticket Information for Cork hurling & Football

25 July, 2013

All-Ireland Hurling Quarter-Final Cork v Kilkenny, Sunday July 28th at Thurles (2pm)

Adult stand: €30 (OAP/Students €20, refund on the day)

Juvenile stand: €5
Terrace: €20 Killinan End only at present

(Double-header with Clare v Galway at 4pm)


Football Round 4 Cork v Galway, Saturday July 27th at Croke Park (5pm)

Adult stand: €25 (OAP/Students €20, refund on the day)
Juvenile stand: €5

(Triple-header with Cavan v London at 3pm and Meath v Tyrone at 7pm)

Juvenile Groups for both games:

€3 per child. 1 adult per 10 juveniles free of charge. Adults outside of quota, €30 each. Applications must be sent to from the Club Secretary's GAA Email Address ( prior to 5pm on Tuesday 23rd July. Strictly limited to 1 application per Club.

Tickets can also be purchased online at and at Centra/SuperValu stores.

Nothing beats being there! 

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Round 4

Cork v Galway

Saturday, July 27th

5pm @ Croke Park

Referee: David Gough (Meath)

The game is part of a triple-header with Cavan v London at 3pm and Tyrone v Meath at 7pm.

The Cork game will not be televised but will be live on C103 and we'll have live updates here on the website and on our Twitter page, @OfficialCorkGAA.

The Cork Senior Football team has been named as follows:

    1. Alan Quirke
    Valley Rovers

2. Eoin Cadogan  3. Michael Shields  4. Thomas Clancy
Douglas    St. Finbarr's       Clonakilty
5. Damien Cahalane  6. Graham Canty  7. James Loughrey
Castlehaven          Bantry Blues             Mallow

  8. Alan O'Connor  9. Pearse O'Neill
  St. Colum's   Aghada
10. Mark Collins  11. Aidan Walsh  12. John O'Rourke
Castlehaven      Kanturk                Carbery Rangers

13. Daniel Goulding  14. Ciaran Sheehan  15. Brian Hurley
Eire Óg                  Eire Óg        Castlehaven

16 Ken O'Halloran Bishopstown
17 John Mc Loughlin Kanturk
18 Tomás Clancy Fermoy
19 Noel O'Leary Cill na Martra
20 Jamie O'Sullivan Bishopstown
21 Paudie Kissane Clyda Rovers
22 Andrew O'Sullivan Castletownbere
23. Fintan Goold Macroom
24. Patrick Kelly Ballincollig
25. Paul Kerrigan Nemo Rangers
26. Donncha O'Connor Ballydesmond

There are six changes to the team that lost out to Kerry in the Munster Final; Alan Quirke, Thomas Clancy, Alan O'Connor, Pearse O'Neill, Mark Collins and Ciarán Sheehan come in, with Ken O'Halloran, Noel O'Leary, Paudie Kissane, Fintan Goold, Paul Kerrigan and Donncha O'Connor dropping to the bench. 

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