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Win: Tickets to Croke Park this weekend

The Dubs take on old rivals Tyrone on Saturday evening while the hurlers of Kilkenny and Waterford clash the following day. And we want to push you through the turnstile.

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THE GAA SEASON has reached what is technically termed: the business end.

On Saturday evening, Dublin and Tyrone face-off in an All-Ireland SFC quarter-final with the winner set to face Donegal in the last four.

The following day, Brian Cody’s Kilkenny meet neighbours and old rivals Waterford in the first All-Ireland hurling semi-final.

We have a pair of tickets, courtesy of the Fitzgerald Pub and Hotel Group, for each respective matchday and want to send you along.

Just visit the competition page, tap in your details, let us know which match you want to attend, and sit back.

The contest closes at 5pm tomorrow, Friday, and the winners will be notified by email.

  • The Fitzgerald Pub and Hotel Group is a privately owned company offering a vast array of traditional, modern, touristic, historic and local pubs in Dublin, Maynooth and Galway-  The Big Tree, Finches, Kehoes, Laurels, Stag’s Head, the Marble Arch, The Old Mill, Palmerstown House, Penny Hill, An Poitin Stil, The Quays Dublin, The Quays Galway, Roost, Gin Palace, Traders, Kiltipper Inn The Lotts Cafe Bar, Grand Central, Copper Alley, Mint at The Pennyhill. Joels Restaurant, Arlington Hotel O’Connell Bridge, Arlington Hotel Temple Bar, Louis Fitzgerald Hotel.

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