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Mayo fans’ last chance to get All-Ireland Final tickets will come in Dublin on Saturday night
They're proving tough to get.

Barring getting a ticket from a generous punter outside Croker on the day of the game, this will be Mayo fans’ last chance.

Tickets for the All-Ireland Final are ‘like gold dust’ every single year and even harder to get still when two of the best-supported teams in the country are taking part.

Mayo and Dublin will once again clash horns in the decider at Croke Park on Sunday, with recent meetings between the sides whetting the appetite amongst fans of both counties and neutrals for what should be another cracking affair.

Plenty of Mayo fans will likely travel to the capital ticketless at the weekend in the hope of getting their hands on one before 3.30pm on Sunday and there will be ten of them given away at a special fundraiser in Dtwo at the Harcourt Hotel on Saturday night.

Cáirde Mhaigheo, in association with the Mayo Dublin Association, will host an official Mayo GAA fans get together at the venue from 8pm on Saturday evening, with plenty of special guests, music, entertainment and, of course, a raffle to give away those precious tickets.

Nathan Murphy from Newstalk's Off the Ball will be on hand to MC the night, with his Newstalk colleague and proud Mayo fan Kevin Kilbane amongst the guests, alongside two men who have recently represented the green and red, Kevin Keane and Mickey Conroy.

Paul Earley from Sky Sports and former Dublin footballer Coman Goggins will also be discussing the big match, with more names to be added before the weekend.

Comedian Aidan Tierney will be on hand with plenty of GAA voices, while Chantelle Padden will be amongst a host of musical performers on the night.  A raffle for 10 All Ireland tickets and Mayo GAA merchandise will take place on the night; tickets are €10 and are available on the door.


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