Win tickets to the All-Ireland quarter-finals next weekend
Looking forward to the All-Ireland quarter-finals next weekend? Good for you then, that we've tickets to both double-headers give away.
The All-Ireland football championship has been enthralling to watch so far this summer, but if the evidence of recent years is anything to go by, the competition really comes alive in Croke Park on All-Ireland quarter-final weekend.
If you want to be in with a chance to support your team, or if you’re a neutral and just want to watch the best teams in the country battle it out in an effort to move one step closer to Sam, we have tickets to both double headers on Saturday and Sunday of the August Bank Holiday weekend to give away.
With the final round of Qualifiers taking place this weekend, we won’t know who will play who or when each team will be in action until after all the games have been completed on Saturday night but we can pretty much guarantee that all four games will be well worth a watch.
Provincial winners Dublin, Monaghan, Kerry and Mayo lie in wait for the winners of this weekend’s qualifiers, where Cavan v London, Galway v Cork and Tyrone v Meath make up a fascinating triple-header at Croke Park, with All-Ireland Champions Donegal looking to get back on track against Laois in Carrick on Shannon.
Teams who played each other in the provincial finals can’t meet again in the quarter-finals but apart from that it’s an open draw so there’s a possibility of a repeat of last year’s All-Ireland Final between Mayo and Donegal, Jim McGuinness’ side could also face Dublin, while Cavan may well get the chance to exact revenge on Monaghan for their defeat in the Ulster Championship earlier this year.
However the draw turns out, it promises to be a cracking weekend of football and thanks to our wonderful friends in eircom we have a pair of tickets to both double headers to give away. The five winners will get a pair of tickets to a double-header of their choice and will be following in the lucky footsteps of last week’s winners, Stephen Gallagher, Michelle Lynch, Declan Clayton, Dillon Doyle, Sean Kelly, all of whom will be attending the final round of qualifiers this Saturday.
All you have to do to be in with a chance to win 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 evening so make sure you join the best Gaelic football prediction game in the country.
Best of luck!