PIC: When you go to a match in Meath, you need two tickets, one for the game and one for "tae" 4 years ago

PIC: When you go to a match in Meath, you need two tickets, one for the game and one for "tae"

Only in Meath...

There's county finals and provincial matches taking place all over the country this weekend as the season drags on towards November once again.

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The Meath County Football Final is taking place today between Donaghmore/Ashbourne and Simonstown in Páirc Tailteann, Navan.

While you obviously need your ticket to gain access to the stadium, there's also another crucially important ticket needed to ensure that your hands remain toasty warm and your thirst quenched while taking in the footballing action.

That is of course your ticket for tea, or "tae pass" as it's more commonly known in Navan...

Sent into us by Emily Mangan, we hope she has a nice cup of tae along with a custard cream or two while soaking in the game.

At a cost of €0.00c, that's the bargain of the century. Meath GAA sure know how to look after their punters...