The Aontú leader is calling on the GAA to drop its policy of cashless tickets for GAA grounds. Peadar Tóibín says it is discriminating against some older people who are not comfortable buying tickets online.
Age Action have also called for the GAA to reconsider its cashless ticket system in order to help older supporters. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar believes there should be "some provision" for cash payment at GAA games.
"I think that decisions on ticketing are ultimately a matter for the organisations concerned but I do think there should be some provision for cash. I know that it is one of the things that came out of the report on the retail banking sector led by Minister Donohoe.
"And while we do want to electronic payments and make them the norm - and I think they are the norm - we need to make sure that cash is still legal tender," he added. Meanwhile, Aontú's Cavan Councillor, Sarah O’Reilly, is being credited with starting the campaign to return the ability to fans to purchase GAA tickets with cash a number of months ago.