Kilkenny GAA have issued updated matchday information for this Saturday’s hosting of Mooncoin v Shamrocks.
The Kilkenny and Offaly junior hurling champions meet in the AIB Leinster club junior hurling final with a 1pm throw-in time.
If you can’t make it to the game, we’ve got you covered with Brendan Hennessy and Adrian Ronan on commentary duty for KCLR and Scoreline.ie – you can listen to the game here or via the KCLR App.
If you are making the game, you’re being advised of the following
- Admission is by ticket only and tickets must be bought in advance – you can get yours online at Universe.com
- Only the new stand (Ardán da Grás) will be open via the Hebron Road. It’s a 9,000 capacity stand with spectators asked to use the available space to social distance, at least with the use of every second row.
- All spectators will be asked to wear face coverings for the game.
- Groups are discouraged from congregating pre, during or post game
- There is no entry onto the pitch
- The trophy presentation will take place in front of Ardán de Grás, with spectators ask to remain seated.
- Refreshment areas and toilets will be open, again with a reminder about social distancing at all times.
Will Mooncoin be adding a Leinster crown to their 2021 junior hurling title? We’ll find out this Saturday lunchtime.