TWO tickets for the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final are up for grabs thanks to Cumann na mBonscol.

In a final pairing not many predicted, Brian Lohan’s Clare will take on Cork at Croke Park on Sunday, July 21 at 3:30pm. A scramble for tickets is set to ensue with ticket prices for the stand costing €100 and Hill 16 tickets coming in at €55.

Cumann na mBonscol an Chláir is raffling the exciting prize of two All-Ireland tickets, a fantastic opportunity for individuals to win a chance to attend one of the most prestigious events in Gaelic sports, while also supporting a great local organisation.

Funds raised through this raffle will go a long way in ensuring that primary school children across Clare continue to have access to quality Gaelic games and athletics.

For €10, you will receive one entry into the raffle while €20 gets you three raffle tickets. The closing date for this competition if Wednesday, July 17 at 8pm.

To enter this competition visit https://www.idonate.ie/raffle/Win2AllIrelandHurlingFInalTickets.

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