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Galway's clash with Mayo to sell out

Wednesday, 2nd May, 2018 10:39am

Story by Billy Coss
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Galway's clash with Mayo to sell out

Eamon Brannigan who has picked up an ankle injury

Galway's clash with Mayo to sell out

Eamon Brannigan who has picked up an ankle injury

WITH little over a week and-a-half to go to the eagerly-awaited Galway-Mayo clash, the biggest Connacht Senior Football Championship attendance for over a decade is expected at Elvery’s MacHale Park.

Health and safety regulations have reduced capacity in Castlebar to 29,000 in recent times and with all 9,500 stand tickets already snapped up for Sunday week's tie between the old rivals, demand is anticipated to outstrip supply and the 'sold out' signs are set to go up in advance of match day.

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