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# Golden Tickets
GAA releases more tickets for Dublin v Kerry -- but be quick!
Second All-Ireland football semi is expected to have the biggest crowd of the summer so far.

THE GAA HAS released a limited number of stand tickets for the hotly-anticipated All-Ireland football semi-final between Dublin and Kerry.

The old rivals are expected to pull in the highest crowd of the Championship summer so far when they meet in Croke Park on 1 September.

Demand for tickets has been high with the Hill 16 and Nally terraces and the lower stand sections now approaching a virtual sell-out.

But seats are still available in the upper Cusack, Hogan and Davin stands.

“It is not expected that any more terrace tickets will be released for public sale,” a statement read this morning.

Tickets for the game, and for this Sunday’s semi-final between Mayo and Tyrone, are available online at and in outlets in Centra and Supervalu stores nationwide.

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