It’s another busy weekend of hurling action for Kilkenny and Carlow as the round-robin stages of the Leinster senior hurling championship and Joe McDonagh Cup come to a close.
There’s also the small matter of Kilkenny heading to FBD Semple Stadium on Sunday to meet Limerick in this year’s Under 20 All-Ireland Final. If you’re on the hunt for tickets, we’ve got you covered with the details and links you need below.
Kilkenny v Wexford Leinster Senior Championship
If you’re planning on getting to UPMC Nowlan Park this weekend, you’d want to be quick off the mark. Tickets for Ardán de Grás, unavailable online on Monday, can now be bought via Ticketmaster with adult tickets priced €20 and standing tickets for the city-end terrace priced €10.
Juvenile tickets are €5 and senior citizen tickets (€15) can only be bought online, not at local outlets.
Grab tickets for Kilkenny v Wexford here.
Kilkenny v Limerick Under 20 All-Ireland Final
Sunday afternoon sees Derek Lyng’s U20 hurlers head to FBD Semple Stadium for this year’s All-Ireland U20 hurling final.
They’ll meet Limerick as this year’s Munster champions with a 1.30pm throw in. That game also serves as a curtain-raiser for Tipperary’s final Munster championship game against Cork at 4pm.
Tickets for this one are online only and are available in advance from Ticketmaster.
- Stands – €25 for adults, €20 for students / OAPs, €5 for juveniles
- Terrace – €20 for adults, €15 for students / OAPs, €5 for juveniles
Offaly v Carlow Joe McDonagh Cup
At 1pm on Saturday, Carlow head to Offaly knowing that a win in Tullamore, coupled with Antrim maintaining their 100% record with a win over Kerry should spell a place in this year’s final.
Credit to ticket prices here but a Joe McDonagh Cup game this season is only costing €10 and you can get them in advance here.
Choose radio: Listen on the go
Can’t make the match or prefer to follow it from home? We’ve got you covered with live commentary and analysis of all three games beginning from 1pm this Saturday with the meeting of Offaly and Carlow in Tullamore.