Donegal to meet Kildare

Donegal supporters will need to snap up their tickets for Sunday’s GAA All Ireland football quarter final as soon as possible, as the game is part of an attractive triple bill of afternoon entertainment at GAA’s headquarters.

Donegal supporters will need to snap up their tickets for Sunday’s GAA All Ireland football quarter final as soon as possible, as the game is part of an attractive triple bill of afternoon entertainment at GAA’s headquarters.

The 2011 Ulster Champions Donegal will take on Kildare this Saturday 30th July, with a 6pm throw in.

It will be the last game in a triple header with the Roscommon v Armagh, minor quarter-final at 2pm and Roscommon v Tyrone in the 4th round qualifier at 4pm.

Donegal GAA officials were still awaiting full confirmation of admission prices for Saturday’s game though county secretary Aodh Mairtin O’ Fearraigh has confirmed that the ticket prices for the Stand will be €30 for adults, Juniors (U-16s) €5 euro, senior citizen and students €20. There are also group rates of €3 per child for groups of ten with one adult free.

All clubs are advised that ticket orders have to be with the Donegal County Board by the close of business this evening (5pm Tuesday).

As both Tyrone and Roscommon are well supported teams, Donegal supporters are advised not to be leaving their ticket purchases until the weekend. If Donegal win, it would be just their 7th All Ireland semi final appearance in their history.

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