Naomh Ultan GAA Notes
Important Notice Regarding Tickets for the All-Ireland Final
For non-club members, the club will be accepting club membership this Monday, September 8th from 8pm until 8:30pm.
Please note original club members will take preference to those who have bought new club membership, buying the new club membership does not guarantee a ticket, as the club do not know how much of an allocation they will get. However the club will do its best to facilitate all.
Under no circumstances will the club be allocating tickets to non-members, the only way to be in with a chance is by becoming a club member by this Monday.
• Strictly One Ticket Order per Club Member –
When requesting/ordering a ticket, you cannot order more than one ticket; you must place a single order for yourself.
Orders will be done on a single basis and under no circumstances may the ticket be passed on/sold to anyone else, doing so is risking being blacklisted from club membership for the oncoming year.
Refunds will be made available if any person who purchased a ticket from the club is unable to attend.
• Tickets must be ordered on Friday 12th September –
Ticket orders will be taken on Friday, September 12th from 8pm to 9pm. Each person ordering their ticket must be present and sign.
No concessions are available for the final for Students, U16s and OAPs.
It is not advisable to order tickets for very young children as there is no guarantee the tickets allocated will be seated in the same row/section as others.
Family membership entitles a family to four tickets, two parents and two children.
Adult Football –
Our senior side are in Junior Championship Semi-Final action this Sunday against Moville in MacCumhaill Park, Ballybofey.
Throw-in time is fixed for 2pm. This being the club’s first semi-final appearance at senior level for quite some time we’d encourage as much support as possible to spur the lads over the line.
Unfortunately, the reserve side lost out in their own Championship Semi-Final to Glenswilly on a scoreline of 1-8 to 0-14. In a game where they were missing a number of key players they just didn’t have enough to get over the line in an effort to retain their title.
Our U16 side are through to the semi-final stage of their own championship after defeating Naomh Brid over two legs last week, keep an eye out for fixture updates regarding their next game. Tags: