Ahead of Sunday’s Ulster Bank League Division 1A final at the Aviva Stadium (kick-off 3pm), we spoke to team captains Ian Prendiville and Niall Kenneally and IRFU President Philip Orr about the climax of the club season.
Table toppers Lansdowne are aiming to complete a coveted All-Ireland League and Cup double, having already beaten Cork Constitution in the recent Bateman Cup decider.
Cork Con are hoping for a repeat of last year to become the only team since Shannon to win back-to-back top flight titles. The Aviva Stadium is all set up for another great Ulster Bank League final on Sunday.
Ulster Bank League final tickets are available from ticketmaster.ie and Ticketmaster outlets nationwide, priced at €;10 for adults. Under-18 tickets are free with an adult ticket. We encourage you to purchase tickets in advance of the match to avoid problems or queues on the day of the game.
Purchasers can avail of the TicketFast facility, allowing them to print their own tickets at home or work. TicketFast must be pre-printed – they cannot be scanned directly from a phone.
A Ticketmaster kiosk will be on located on Lansdowne Road outside the stadium for on-the-day sales. All entry to the stadium is through the gates on Lansdowne Road opposite the Elverys store. Any request for disabled access tickets should be made to email@example.com.