Meath v Dublin a sell-out

March 14, 2023

Meath's Jordan Morris with Michael Fitzsimons Dublin during the Leinster SFC semi final at Croke Park

The 'full house' sign will be erected outside Páirc Tailteann when Meath and Dublin face off in Division 2 of the Allianz Football League on Saturday.

Despite being shown live on RTÉ2, the game has already been declared an 11,000 sell-out. It will be the first meeting of the local rivals at the Navan venue in 35 years and a Dublin win would seal their return to Division 1 for next season. The Dubs' last outing against Derry at Celtic Park also attracted a capacity crowd.

The Round 6 tie throws in at 3pm which means spectators won't miss a minute of the big Six Nations rugby clash between Ireland and England at the Aviva Stadium which kicks off at 5pm. 

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