A blue bus on a road with a green road sign above it.

 

All Ireland Senior Camogie Championship Quarter Final, Dublin v Galway, Saturday August 4th Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork @ 7.15pm

 

The Dublin Camogie county board and FODH are running a bus to this Saturday’s All Ireland senior championship quarter final between Dublin and Galway.

The game is taking place in the redeveloped Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday evening August the 4th at 7.15pm.

The All Ireland Senior Camogie championship has reached the knockout stages and the Dublin Camogie squad would be grateful for all the support they could get for what will be a tough battle against their counterparts from Galway.

The cost per person on the bus will be €10 return and places onboard are limited so the advice would be to book as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

So if you would like to travel to Cork on Saturday and show your support for the Dublin Senior Camogie team then you can book your seat by texting the Dublin Camogie secretary on 086 3180092  before Thursday the 2nd August.

The itinerary for the is roughly as follows…..

There will be 2 pickup points, on the Northside the pick up point is Connolly Station @ 1-30pm and the pickup point on Southside is Rathcoole in the village beside the Poitin Still pub @ 2pm.

You will need to allow for a 3hr journey and there will be a stop off in Fermoy. The bus will arrive in Cork at around 5pm.

The Dublin game is part of a double header in Páirc Uí Chaoimh so the 5pm approximate arrival time will give supporters plenty of time to take in some or all of the first game between Tipperary and Waterford which starts at 5.30pm.

The bus will depart for the journey back to Dublin 30 minutes after the Dublin game has finished, roughly 9pm.

The Approximate Arrival time back in Dublin is 11.30pm with drop offs again at the the two pickup points.