Tickets are selling quickly for Donegal’s final Allianz National League fixture against Armagh in Páirc Uí Dhomhnaill, Sunday March 27th. Nothing beats being there and a sell-out crowd is expected. Generally online purchase of tickets peaks at the weekend but Indications Friday morning are that around 70% of the roughly 8,000 tickets are already sold – no cash will be taken at the gate and tickets must be purchased in advance. Admission is €15 for adults, while juveniles are charged €5. CLG Dhún na nGall encourage all supporters intending to go to the game to get their tickets sooner rather than later as they will sell out over the next couple of days. The link to purchase tickets can be found on www.donegalgaa.ie or at selected Centra and SuperValu stores.
Both teams need victory for different reasons. A win for Donegal is required to ensure they are out of relegation danger, while a win for Armagh could put them in contention for Roinn 1 honours in a final with Kerry. Throw in is at 13.45 and the game will not be broadcast live on any channels, including GAAGO.
|Allianz League Roinn 1 – March 25th|
Elsewhere in the final round of league ties, all throwing in at 13:45, Dublin travel to Monaghan, Kerry play Tyrone and Mayo host Kildare.
Also this weekend Sligo hurlers travel to Letterkenny for an Roinn 2B Allianz League playoff, with the winners meeting Derry in the Divisional final. This game, at O’Donnell Park, throws in on Saturday at 2 pm. Also on Saturday, the Donegal u17 Development Squad travel to Celtic Park to play Derry in a game they must win to retain hopes of a berth in the final.