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Gardai advise people to only travel to today's All-Ireland if they have a ticket

Sep 11, 2021 11:09 By News Northern Sound
Gardai advise people to only travel to today's All-Ireland if they have a ticket Gardai advise people to only travel to today's All-Ireland if they have a ticket
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Gardai are advising people to only travel to today's All-Ireland final if they have a valid ticket.

Garda Superintendent Martin Mooney, says a cordon will be in place around Croke Park where tickets will be checked:

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Excitement is building ahead of the All-Ireland football final between Tyrone and Mayo at Croke Park this evening.

It doesn't get underway until 5 o clock, but fans from both counties have already arrived in Dublin ahead of the match.

Mayo will be hoping to win their first All-Ireland title in 70 years.

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These people in Ballina have been gearing up for the match all week:

Tyrone haven't lifted Sam Maguire since 2008, and are also looking for their 4th win.

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John McGirr, owner of Sally's Bar in Omagh, says it's a fantastic feeling being in the final:

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