Tickets for tomorrow’s second 2010 Irish Daily Mail International Rules Series test meeting of Ireland and Australia are available from www.gaa.ie/tickets
The second test commences at 7.00pm and will be preceded by the Hurling/Shinty meeting of Ireland v Scotland, which begins at 4.45pm.
On the day of the game tickets can be purchased from the GAA Ticket Shop 53A Lower Dorset St and the GAA Ticket Shop on North Circular Road (opposite Gill's Pub), both of which will be open from 10.00 am.
The GAA Ticket outlet at the junction of Clonliffe Road and Ballybough Road will open from 3 pm.
Stand tickets are priced at €25 and entry to the terraces cost €15. Concessions are available for juveniles, students and senior citizens for specific parts of the stadium.
A record of more than 200 clubs and schools have availed of group passes for tomorrow’s fixture meaning more than 13,000 people will attend the game under this scheme.
These packages are designed to acknowledge the special contribution made by clubs and schools in their promotion of our games.
Meanwhile Croke Park will host the launch of ‘Greener Games’ before tomorrow’s International Rules test.
The sustainable energy and environmental initiative, aims to educate clubs, businesses and other facilities on best practices, many of which are adhered to in Croke Park.