Kevin McStay is expected to name his team for Roscommon’s All-Ireland Quarter-Final this Sunday evening following the Roscommon GAA press event. However, Roscommon’s opponents remain unknown heading into this weekend’s qualifiers between Cork and Mayo and Donegal and Galway.
Roscommon will play Cork, Donegal or Mayo for a place in the All-Ireland Semi-Final next Sunday week. The permutations are as follows:
If Galway beat Donegal, the Rossies will play the winners of Cork v Mayo as Kevin McStay’s men cannot play Galway again in the quarter-final. If Donegal and Cork win, the Connacht champions will face Cork as Cork can’t play Kerry and finally, if Donegal and Mayo win, a draw will take place on Sunday July, 23rd and Roscommon will be drawn to play either Donegal or Mayo. The exact time of throw-in will be confirmed on Monday morning.
Due to the uncertainty of quarter-final match-ups, tickets will not go on sale until after the game has been confirmed.
Tickets will go on general sale in the Roscommon GAA offices on the Racecourse Road, Roscommon next Tuesday morning (25th) at 10 am. Tickets will also be on sale in SuperValu and Centra.
The prices are as follows: Hogan Stand (No Concession) – €35, Cusack Stand – €35, Terrace – €25. Family tickets – Cusack and Davin Stands: Adults – €35, Juveniles – €5.