Saturday’s McGrath Cup final between Kerry and Cork at Fitzgerald Stadium is set to be a sell-out.
With a cap on attendance due to Covid-19 public health guidelines, just 5,000 fans are allowed to attend the clash in Killarney.
Jack O’Connor’s Kerry side have hit the ground running in 2022, firing 3-46 in their first two matches, while Cork are also under new management in the form of Keith Ricken and have opened their campaign with wins over Clare and Waterford, respectively.
Throw-in at Fitzgerald Stadium is at 2pm on Saturday.
Very few tickets remain - 95% have sold! Get them before they are gone! https://t.co/3LdXfNkZEY— Kerry GAA (@Kerry_Official) January 20, 2022