IMPORTANT CLUB INFORMATION REGARDING TICKETS FOR SENIOR GAMES
Crowds at GAA matches will not increase from Monday after the Government this evening ruled out plans to allow outdoor gatherings of up to 500 people in Phase Four of the roadmap for reopening the country.
The current guidelines on public gatherings will remain in place until at least 10 August, with 200 people permitted to attend events outdoors and for the GAA this includes teams, mentors, officials, stewards and members of the press.
Taking the above into account, the officers of St.Mary's have decided to prioritise the senior panelists players and parents for tickets.
Therefore, we won’t have tickets available for the clubs supporters.
This will come as a massive disappointment to the clubs loyal followers but the club is tied by the government restrictions.
Once the 10 August comes and the restriction will be lifted to 500, the club will only have a very limited amount of tickets to distribute – details of the clubs plans in regard to this will be released within the coming days.
In the mean-time, we are exploring the feasibility of live streaming Sunday's opening game v Ballina.
Thanks for your understanding and stay safe,
St. Mary's Executive.