Offaly GAA Believe More Tickets Will Become Available For Sold-Out All Ireland Final

The county board say tickets will come back on stream after significant over-buying yesterday.

Offaly GAA are confirming that general-sale tickets are sold out for this weekend's Under 20 All Ireland Hurling Final but the county board is expecting more tickets to become available in the coming days.

Faithful fans were left angered and frustrated after many were left empty handed after tickets for the Offaly v Tipperary match sold out in minutes.

Another batch were available later in the afternoon and sold out again almost immediately.

County Secretary Colm Cummins believes many fans may have over-bought as a precaution, meaning there could be a flood of tickets still to come back on stream.

It's also hoped that Tipperary clubs return some of their allotment later in the week.

Cummins says Offaly fans deserve to be in Kilkenny on Saturday:

He discusses the ticket situation with Midlands 103 Sports Editor David Hollywood:

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