Captain Sinéad Aherne fired Dublin into a fifth straight TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Final as the defending champions made short work of Galway's challenge to set up a fourth decider with Cork in five years.
Dublin v Cork:
Group tickets: €55 – 1 adult + 10 juveniles €5 each. Please note that Group tickets are only available from the LGFA office, Croke Park 01-8363156 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrons looking to purchase Wheelchair tickets are asked to contact the LGFA directly on 01-8363156.
Tickets are also on sale from usual GAA ticket outlets, select Centra and Supervalu Stores. On the day of the final tickets will be on sale from the GAA Ticket Offices located on Dorset Street and at Gills Corner (North Circular Road).
Sunday 16th September 2018
€10 | €25 | €55
Croke Park, Jones' Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 3, Ireland
Calling All Super Dogs! Join our dog walk and become a hero with Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Dogs Unite is fun, it’s easy and it’s a great way for you and your dog to help change lives by supporting our four-legged heroes!
It’s a 5km walk for dog lovers taking place in Phoenix Park on Sunday, September 23rd from 11.30am.
You can even bring your own dog along to the walk (although you don’t need a dog to take part!)
All entrants receive a cape for their super hero dog and all tickets purchased go towards supporting our services changing the lives of people who are vision
The first ever Dublin Sportsfest will bring together the people, the clubs, the sports and the spaces of Dublin in a celebration of sport and physical activity in our city.
Dublin City Sport & Wellbeing Partnership's flagship event will take place during the European Week of Sport. The festival will comprise of a week-long programme of innovative events & promotions across many of the sports clubs resident in the City in addition to Dublin City Council's facilities, parks and urban spaces. The focus will be on encouraging sustainable participation across all ages, backgrounds and ab
Sport Ireland, in conjunction with Cycling Ireland has teamed up with the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, Dublin City Council, Healthy Ireland and Fingal County Council for the Great Dublin Bike Ride, which will be held on the 23rd September in Dublin. It is a bike ride for all abilities novice to expert. 70km or 105km routes. This event will be a flagship event in Ireland for the European Week of Sport.
On the 23 September 2018, up to 7,000 riders will set out from Merrion Square to take part in the Great Dublin Bike Ride. The event will offer a 70km route for those looking for