GAA defends Ulster Final ticket prices: U16s not ‘banned’ from terraces

The Ulster Council of the GAA has rejected claims that they are pricing families out of going to see Donegal Versus Derry this weekend, stating that in fact they have made it better value for money.

They have also rejected headlines claiming that children have been banned from the terraces in Clones, stating that it's only those included in family tickets that will be asked used the stands.

The Ulster Council's Aogán O Fearghail says there are going to be different pricing structures for an Ulster Final compared to earlier rounds, but they are making it as affordable as possible:

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