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Monaghan v Tyrone Event & Ticketing Info

June 10th, 2014


Sunday 15th June

Ulster Senior Football Championship Quarter Final:
Monaghan v Tyrone, Throw In 2.00pm at St Tiernachs Park Clones

Ulster Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Final:
Donegal v Down, Throw In 12.00pm at St Tiernachs Park Clones


Ticketing Information:
This is not an all-ticket event. However, for ALL Ulster GAA Senior Football Championship games fans must purchase a ticket prior to entry at the stiles. Spectators are strongly encouraged to purchase tickets before arrival to avoid queuing at match-day sales points.
There will only be a limited number of Open Seating & Terrace tickets available on match-day.

U16s: FREE
Student & Senior Citizen: £9/€10
Adult: £13/€15

Open Seating – Pat McGrane & Eastern Stand
U16s: FREE
Senior Citizen: £13/€15
Adult: £20/€25

Gerry Arthurs Stand
U16s: £5/€5
Senior Citizen: £13/€15
Adult: £20/€25

Tickets are available through County Boards* and
* Supporters should check with County Boards in relation to the allocation of their tickets.

Monaghan GAA: 042 975 2033
Tyrone GAA: 028 8556 7723

Patrons can also buy tickets at O’Neills Sportswear stores, or one of the following Centra / Supervalu stores:

County Area Address
Monaghan Clones Evans and McNally’s SuperValu, Clones, Co Monaghan
Monaghan Monaghan Town Fleming’s SuperValu, Monaghan Town, Co Monaghan
Monaghan Emyvale Centra, Emyvale, Co Monaghan
Monaghan Castleblayney Centra, Castleblayney, Co Monaghan
Monaghan Ballybay Centra, Ballybay, Co Monaghan
Monaghan Carrickmacross Supervalu, Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan
Monaghan Coolshannagh Centra, Coolshannagh, Co Monaghan
Monaghan Scotstown Centra, Scotstown, Co Monaghan
Tyrone Coalisland SuperValu Coalisland, 30 Dungannon Rd., Coalisland, Co. Tyrone BT71 4HT
Tyrone Strabane SuperValu, Strabane, Co. Tyrone
Tyrone Campsie Road, Omagh Centra
Tyrone Clogher Centra
Tyrone Strabane O’Neills Superstore

View a complete list of all ticket selling stores in Ulster.

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