GAA match to be played at Ravenhill

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Ulster Rugby’s Ravenhill will stage a GAA match for the first time in 90 years. Photograph: Dan Sheridan / Inpho

Ulster Rugby and Ulster GAA will come together to stage the first major Gaelic Football match to be played at Ravenhill Road.
The historic match will be in aid of Motor Neurone Disease (MND).
It is the first Gaelic football match to be played in the grounds in 90 years, since Ulster Rugby have been tenants. Prior to that, the grounds were a park, where it is believed Gaelic games were played.
The event will be spearheaded by Anto Finnegan, the former Antrim GAA captain, who, following his diagnosis with MND, has been committed to building awareness and financial support for the degenerative disease.
Details of the match will be announced this week where Dublin football manager Jim Gavin, as well as leading GAA players, will be in attendance……. for the full story :>>

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