Nature abhors a vacuum. Since the GAA Championship is generally structured against the staging of interesting matches - not to patronise Leitrim people - until late June, other stories fill the media void. The overpricing of tickets remains an issue that will never go away. Anyone following Des Cahill on Twitter will have seen the issue pop up this season already, and I was particularly struck by Tweeter Breige Mulholland, who's 80+-year-old parents had to pay 46 pounds to see Derry and Fermanagh yesterday. That seems extremely harsh. Tickets for Cork and Tipp next weekend are 30 pounds. It time for Headquarters to cop on with this before Joe Duffy gets a hold on it.
Two 80-Year-Old's Paid £46 To Watch Derry Play Fermanagh
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