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Your GAA Club Could Be The Proud Owners Of A Major Bit Of Croke Park Memorabilia

PJ Browne
By PJ Browne
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Pairc Colmcille in Carrickmore, Co. Tyrone already has a part of Croke Park - the old Nally Stand. The Nally was moved their in 2007 following construction work on GAA headquarters.


Now, your GAA club could also possess a bit Croker - the goal posts.

The GAA is looking for supporters to show their support for the Ireland EirGrid International Rules side publicly in the most creative way – posting photos, videos, designing banners are just some of the gestures supporters may want to use to show they are backing Ireland!

With the EirGrid International Rules posts mounted at present and having installed new goalposts in GAA headquarters earlier this year, one lucky club now has the opportunity to win the original Croke Park goalposts! The prize comes at no cost to clubs as courtesy of Goalposts Ireland, the goalposts will be transported and installed in the GAA Club of the winner!

To enter, just tag @OfficialGAA on Twitter and use the hashtag #EirGridIntRules. You can also send entries to [email protected].

The winner will be announced during Saturday night's EirGrid International Rules game at Croke Park.


Picture credit: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE



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