Mayo statement on venue u-turn

June 27, 2018

A view of a Mayo flag.
©INPHO/Donall Farmer.

A statement from Mayo GAA has confirmed that St Conleth's Park, Newbridge will host their round 3 All-Ireland SFC qualifier with Kildare.

The westerners reveal that they are currently awaiting information in relations to tickets from the powers-that-be in Croke Park.

"We note that the Mayo v Kildare Round 3 qualifier has now been for St Conleth's Park, Newbridge, at 7pm, on Saturday," the statement reads.

"Mayo GAA is awaiting full details from the GAA in relation to tickets for this fixture. We expect that all Mayo GAA season ticket holders will get access to a ticket for this game. "There may also be a very limited number of tickets on sale to the general public through SuperValu and Centra outlets.

"In relation to supporters who had purchased tickets for the game in Croke Park on Saturday evening, we are awaiting details from Croke Park, who handle all ticket arrangements for this game.

"The Mayo team and management have this week been preparing to play Kildare on Saturday and look forward to having a passionate Mayo support in Newbridge on Saturday evening."



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