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The first Kerry v Dublin clash of the year is already a sell-out

GAA hope to add an extra 1,000 tickets next week.

Mark Griffin and Dean Rock: tickets already snapped up for Kerry v Dublin on 18 March.
Mark Griffin and Dean Rock: tickets already snapped up for Kerry v Dublin on 18 March.
Image: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

KERRY AND DUBLIN’S first clash of the year is officially sold out — four weeks before their St Patrick’s Weekend showdown.

The heavyweight rivals meet in Round 5 of the National Football League on 18 March.

Tickets for the game in Austin Stack Park, Tralee, went on public sale on Monday and by Thursday all 10,500 tickets had been allocated, including those for season ticket holders.

Fans who missed out might still have a chance to snap up a ticket next week if a health and safety review allows the GAA to add additional capacity.

A GAA statement said: “It is hoped that a health and safety inspection of the venue next week will lead to the availability of additional 1,000 tickets and these too are expected to sell out quickly given the strong demand to date.”

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