GAA Confirms Sunday’s Big Games In Croke Park Are Now Sold Out

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Kieran Donaghy and Cian O'Sullivan grapple for the ball. Photo by Dermot Crean

Kieran Donaghy and Cian O’Sullivan grapple for the ball during the league final. Photo by Dermot Crean

IF you haven’t got your ticket for Sunday, then you may be out of luck now.

The GAA have confirmed that Sunday’s GAA All-Ireland Football Championship Semi-Finals involving Dublin and Kerry (senior) and Kerry and Kildare (minor) is now sold out.

However, the last remaining tickets for these games will be distributed amongst the competing counties but there will be no further sale of tickets to the general public.

Sunday’s fixture will be the third full house of 2016 following the Allianz League Division I and II Finals on April 24, which also involved the senior footballers Dublin and Kerry and the football quarter-finals involving Mayo and Tyrone and Donegal and Dublin earlier this month.

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