This weekend its Round Three of the Co Senior and Intermediate Hurling Championships and once again we are confined to the 200 capacity.
Tipperary GAA County Board are delighted to announce three games being streamed live this weekend, and also available on playback, should you have the Digital Season Pass. Also, please note, all streamed games and playback is available to all season tickets with club plus, County Board match passes and concession passes.
TG4 will also be televising one game this weekend.
Full details below.
- Saturday, 15th August – Drom Inch v Kiladangan at 2.30pm Semple Stadium (Live Stream)
- Saturday, 15th August – Killenaule v Ballingarry at 7pm in Semple Stadium (Live Stream)
- Sunday, 16th August – Loughmore Castleiney v Kilruane MacDonaghs at 2.30pm in Semple Stadium (TG4)
- Sunday, 16th August 2020 – Borris-Ileigh v Upperchurch Drombane at 6.00pm in Semple Stadium
Various packages available online for non passholders at https://page.inplayer.com/TipperaryGAA/
- One off match for €10, with playback available for 1 week
- Weekend pass for €15, covers the three live streamed matches this weekend with playback for 1 week
- Digital pass for €80, covers all matches this weekend and going forward until 31st December, with full playback option for and until 31st December 2020.
Please do not purchase any package if you are passholder, you need to use your 13 digit barcode which you received on registering your pass to avail of live streaming and free access.
Just to remind also that the confined capacity figure of 200 includes all present at the ground, including staff, volunteers, players, backroom staff, media, contractors, and spectators of all ages. Each weekend we are learning from the experience and hopefully improving our systems as we go along. We are also tightening up on our ticketing to ensure its more efficient and secure.
We hope our clubs and supporters will continue to co-operate with us during these very challenging times for everyone. Spectators should be aware that all the risks posed from Covid-19 cannot be eliminated, including attending GAA games but that essential control measures have been put in place to reduce risks for members.
We must endeavour to take a practical, responsible and common-sense approach to managing risk whilst observing regulations.