Throw-in for Tyrone v Mayo in the second round of the Allianz National Football league is 2pm on Sunday, meaning that a relatively early start is in store for those of you hitting the road that morning.
If anyone has a bit of room and is willing to offer a lift on Sunday, drop a comment with your location and travel plans below.
Similarly, if you’re stuck for a seat or just don’t fancy the drive, and are willing to contribute a few quid towards petrol, then get posting. Safe travels!
Kildare v Mayo NFL Rd 1
Throw-in for Kildare vs. Mayo is at 2pm on Sunday in St. Conleth’s Park Newbridge, with a Club 51 gathering in the Liffey Arms from 12.30pm.
I’ll have two, possibly three free seats, leaving from Rathfarnham around 11.30.
Holler in the comments below if you need a lift. If you bring sweets, I might even lay off the Garth Brooks CDs. Maybe.
So here’s our first effort. Anne-Marie, I think, came up with this idea, and to be honest it’s something I could have used for a few years before I started getting regular lifts to games. So there’s no excuse anymore, Club ’51 are on the case!
If there’s anyone who can offer seats to one or more fellow fans without wheels, then comment below and leave some details about where you’re driving from, departure time and how many you are willing to take.
Needless to say, any passengers availing of this should throw the driver a few juice dollars to help with expense. Give a little, get a little!
In the next few days, we have a couple of trips around Mayo. Tomorrow, our senior lads play NUIG in Castlebar at 7pm. On Saturday, it’s onto Ballyhaunis for the U21 Hastings Cup game against Cavan at 2pm and to finish off a treble-header weekend, our senior lads take on IT Sligo in Charlestown at 2pm on Sunday. So if you’re stuck for a lift leave a comment!
Happy car pooling!