Residents at Kilcohan Park are ready for Sunday’s All Ireland SHC Final. Photo: Joe Evans.
Disappointed that you couldn’t secure a ticket for the RTE version of Up For The Match next Saturday …still searching nationwide for tickets to the big game….well look no further… the Waterford GAA Supporters Club Dublin have our very own Up for the Final taking place next Saturday night, September 2 in Dublin with the legendary duo of Ken McGrath and Tony Browne where you could be in with a chance of winning the final two All Ireland Hurling final available. This event will take place in The Merry Cobbler, Irishtown in Dublin 4. The Merry Cobbler pub opened its doors last November and is a sister pub of Merrys in Dungarvan so we are delighted to partner with a Waterford themed venue. This night is guaranteed to be a great craic and is ideal venue for kicking off the weekend for any Deise folk making the trip up to Dublin on Saturday next. On the night MC will be Newstalks finest Ardmore man Oisin Langan.
We are delighted that entertainment will be provided by Waterfords own Ben Delaney while there will also be complimentary finger food, live music, drinks promotions and a raffle with some great prizes including a Coppers Gold Card (What do you think of that Jo Brolly!), 4 Ball at the K Club, Tannery voucher and as mentioned earlier literally the last two All Ireland tickets available for Sundays eagerly anticipated encounter…. All funds raised on the night will be used to support various Waterford GAA teams across all levels and codes.
More details of the event available on our facebook page or email the [email protected]
We would love to see as many of you as possible on Saturday 02. Proceedings on the night will ‘throw-in’ from 8:30 pm onwards in The Merry Cobbler, Irishtown. Its guaranteed to be night of craic agus ceol and what a great way to enjoy the build-up to Sundays big game than amongst fellow Deise fans. Please spread the word – this is a free event open to all GAA fans so why not make the trip to Dublin to be in plenty time for Sunday. Deise abú.