Ulster GAA have today released the fixtures and venues for the 2015 Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup. The competition will begin on Sunday 4th January with six games across the three groups.
Ulster GAA President Martin McAviney commented: “We are looking forward to an exciting competition in January. The draw has presented us with a series of interesting fixtures and we are in a lucky position in Ulster that we have some of the best sporting spectator venues in the Province. The Bank of Ireland Dr. McKenna Cup Competition Ticket is now on sale which represents great value at £20/€25 and provides access to all three first round games, the semi finals and final. The competition has gone from strength to strength and serves both the counties and Universities well in their preparation for the Allianz Leagues and Sigerson Cup.”
“We’re really looking forward to a great season with some hard fought battles played out on the pitch. On behalf of Bank of Ireland I’d like to wish all the teams taking part the best of luck in the coming matches,” said Sean Sheehan, Regional Director, NI Consumer and Small Business, Bank of Ireland UK.
Photo Caption: Pictured at a photo call at the Bank of Ireland Belfast offices today are Aidan Forker, Armagh & St Mary’s, Paul Devlin (Down & Ulster University), Gerard O’Kane (Derry), Ciaran McKeever (Armagh), Mickey Harte (Tyrone Manager) and Sean Sheehan (Regional Director, NI Consumer and Small Business, Bank of Ireland UK).
Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup Competition Tickets
Ulster GAA are again selling a limited number of competition tickets for the 2015 Dr McKenna Cup.
This will permit you access to Round 1, Round 2 and Round 3 games involving your team, both semi finals and the final for just £20/€25… that’s a potential saving of over 60%!
For more information, or to purchase your competition tickets now, visit www.ulster.gaa.ie/mckennacup2015
Bank of Ireland Dr. McKenna Cup 2015 Fixtures
All Sunday games at 2.00pm All midweek games at 7.30pm.
(Extra time to be played in Semi finals & Final)
Group A: Ulster University, Down, Cavan & Monaghan
Group B: QUB, Fermanagh, Donegal & Derry
Group C: St Marys, Armagh, Antrim & Tyrone
Sunday 4th January: Round 1
Monaghan v Ulster University at Clones
Down v Cavan at Pairc Esler
Fermanagh v QUB at Brewster Park
Derry v Donegal at Celtic Park
Armagh v Tyrone at Athletic Grounds
Antrim v St Marys at Creggan
Saturday 10th January: Round 2
Cavan v Ulster University at Kingspan Breffni Park (7.30pm)
Sunday 11th January: Round 2:
Monaghan v Down at Clones
Donegal v QUB at Pairc MacCumhaill
Fermanagh v Derry at Brewster Park
Antrim v Armagh at Creggan
Tyrone v St Marys at Healy Park
Wednesday 14th January: Round 3:
Down v Ulster University at Pairc Esler
Cavan v Monaghan at Kingspan Breffni Park
Derry v QUB at Celtic Park
Donegal v Fermanagh at Pairc MacCumhaill
Tyrone v Antrim at Healy Park
Armagh v St Marys at Athletic Grounds
Sunday 18th January: Semi Finals:
(1) Group A Winner v Group B Winner
(2) Group C Winner v Best Runner Up
Saturday 24th January: Final