Win tickets to the All-Ireland football semi-finals
The hottest tickets in GAA right now, we have a pair of passes to Kerry/Dublin and Tyrone/Mayo to give away.
And then there were four. There are just three games to go in the All-Ireland football championship and the four remaining teams were all in everyone’s top six heading into the summer.
Tyrone, after losing the first day out in Ulster against Donegal, have battled their way through five game to reach the last four, outlasting conquerors Donegal.
Their reward for that titanic effort is a meeting with the machine-like Mayo who not only cruised through Connacht like a snow plough through hot butter, they also sent Donegal packing in frankly brutal fashion in the quarter final.
Mickey Harte’s men play James Horan’s side on August 25 and courtesy of eircom, proud sponsors of the football championship, we have a pair of tickets for that game to give away.
And we also have a pair of tickets to give away for the equally tasty clash of Kerry and Dublin on September 1. The Kingdom have a Munster title to their name already but an uneven performance against Cavan has many wondering how good this Kerry team really are.
On the other hand Dublin pillaged another Leinster before slipping past Cork in the quarter-finals. These two teams are arguably the greatest rivals of all in Gaelic football and the results are never easy to call. Will it be a repeat of the 2011 final, when Stephen Cluxton won it at the death for Dublin or will it be a retread of 2009, when Kerry came to Croke Park unheralded and absolutely blitzed the Dubs, winning by 17 points?
Whatever happens, they are two mouth-watering games and we can help you be there.
All you have to do to be in with a chance is sign up to the JOE League of eircom's brilliant 'Win, Lose or Draw' game (click here to get involved) and you'll be in with a shout. And if you are just looking around the experiencemore site, the code for our league is CTYVG.
The competition will close on Monday August 19 for the Tyrone/Mayo tickets and August 26 for the Kerry/Dublin tickets so make sure you join the best Gaelic football prediction game in the country.
Best of luck!