2015 Interprovincial Championship this weekend

Update Monday 7th Dec: The GAA has confirmed that the postponed games in the Interprovincial Championships will not take place this weekend. Re-fixture details will be confirmed after the next CCCC meeting on January 12, 2016. Ulster GAA had expressed a hope that the games, which fell foul to Storm Desmond on Saturday, would be rearranged for this weekend.

Update: This weekend’s 2015 Interprovincial Championship Football and Hurling competitions have been postponed until further notice due to adverse weather conditions.

2015 interprovincial championship ulster v connachtThe 2015 Interprovincial Championship are on this weekend. This year Munster play Leinster at 4pm on Saturday 5th December in Pairc Esler in Newry. Ulster face Connacht at 7pm on Saturday in the Athletic Grounds in Armagh. Ciaran Branagan is the referee for Munster v Leinster, with Eddie Kinsella the referee for the Ulster v Connacht game. The final will be on the following day Sunday at 2.30 in the Athletic Grounds Armagh.

Earlier today, the Connacht team managed by John Tobin to face Ulster were named. Mayo have 4  players representing Connacht. The Mayo players are;  Connacht captain Chris Barrett; Neil Douglas; Jason Doherty and Conor O’Shea. Connacht last won the Interprovincial Championship in 2014.

2015 interprovincial championship

Photo: Mayo GAA

The full Connacht 2015 Interprovincial Championship team are as follows;

Manager: John Tobin. Damien Comer, Danny Cummins, Fiontán Ó Curraoin, Gareth Bradshaw, Gary O’Donnell, Gary Sice, Liam Silke, Paul Conroy, Paul Varley (all Galway); Cathal Shine, Ciaráin Murtagh, Darren O’Malley, Diarmuid Murtagh, Neil Collins, Sean McDermott (all Roscommon); Chris Barrett, Captain, Conor O’Shea, Jason Doherty, Neil Douglas (Mayo); Eoin Flanagan, Kevin McDonnell, Pat Hughes (all Sligo); Kevin Conlon (Leitrim).

The Ulster 2015 Interprovincial Championship team are as follows;

Manager: Pete McGrath. Niall McKeever (Antrim); Aaron Findon, Tony Kernan (both Armagh); Raymond Galligan, Gearoid McKiernan (both Cavan); Chrissy McKaigue, Brendan Rodgers (both Derry); Conor Laverty, Kevin McKernan, Donal O’Hare, Mark Poland (all Down); Tomás Corrigan, Eoin Donnelly, Captan, Barry Mulrone, Sean Quigley (all Fermanagh); Dessie Mone, Karl O’Connell, Colin Walshe, Drew Wylie (all Monaghan); Colm Cavanagh, Sean Cavanagh, Mattie Donnelly, Peter Harte, Niall Morgan (all Tyrone).

Free entry to the 2015 Interprovincial Championship match’s for season ticket holders

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A Chara,

We are delighted to offer our 2016 GAA Football Season Ticket holders the opportunity to attend this weekend’s Interprovincial series.

Season Ticket holders can claim a complimentary WEEKEND TICKET which will allow them to attend the semi-final of their choice as well as Sunday’s Interprovincial Football final.

The semi-finals take place at the Athletic Grounds (Armagh) and Pairc Esler (Down) respectively with Sunday’s final also in the Athletic Grounds. full fixture details are available HERE

If you wish to attend this weekend’s games please log in to your account and click on the “Special Purchases” tab.

Instructions on how to do this are available HERE

Ticket(s) must be claimed before midnight, Thursday December 3rd.

Le Meas,

GAA Ticket Office

For more info visit gaa.ie

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