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Reduced space at Newbridge ground

Friday, 24th January, 2014 5:47pm
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Reduced space at Newbridge ground
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Supporters attending Sunday's O'Byrne Cup final with Kildare at St Conleth's Park, Newgrange will not be able to use the ground's Town End terrace.

That part of the ground will be closed off as work continues ahead of Kildare's opening NFL encouner with Mayo.

Supporters will be catered for in the covered stand as well as the Barracks End and the Kilcullen End terraces.

A big crowd is expected to show up for this game with Meath supporters likely to travel in considerable numbers.

The turnstiles open at 1.0. The admission is 10 euro with AOPs and students five euro while admission for u-16s is free.

Jimmy Geoghegan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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