Tickets for Donegal’s All-Ireland qualifier game are on sale today (Wednesday).
Tickets will be available from clubs across the county, selected Supervalu and Centra stores in the North West, and online via tickets.ie and gaa.ie.
After a disappointing result against Tyrone in last Sunday’s Ulster Final, Donegal now face Cork in the final qualifying round. The winner of their clash sets up a quarter-final showdown with Dublin.
The Donegal minor side will also face Cork minors on the day. The two sides will compete for a spot in the All-Ireland minor semi-final, with the winner playing either Galway or Laois.
Tickets for the day cost €25 for adults and €5 for juveniles under 16 years of age. Students and pensioners can purchase tickets at full price and receive a €10 rebate upon entering the ground provided they show appropriate ID.
Donegal play Cork in the senior qualifier at 4pm on Saturday, 30th July, while the minor side take on Cork minors at 2pm. The other senior qualifier on the day, Mayo v Westmeath, will throw in at 6pm that evening.
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