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St Tiernach's Park

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St Tiernach's Park

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andyclutt wrote a review Jun 2019
Cavan, Ireland97 contributions33 helpful votes
Attended for a sold out double header. Allocated seat numbers. Rows marked with two different letters. so many people in wrong row or seat. Causing large disturbance to people already seated and watching game. Stewards showed little interest. Out dated wooden bench seating .
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Bozeman-Dublin wrote a review Jan 2019
Trim, Ireland8045 contributions3134 helpful votes
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I attended St Tiarnachs for the first time in years this weekend for the National League game between Monaghan and Dublin. It's a large stadium with seating on three sides with a terrace behind one goal. What's unusual is that opposite the main grandstand, along the whole length of the field is seating AND a terrace. The seating runs along the lower 'tier' separated by a walkway with a terrace above it. This walkway is a godsend when it comes to making your way towards the exit as full time approaches for a quick exit! Toilet and catering facilities are quite basic but the views are good wherever you sit/stand. It's up a steep hill from the centre of town, only 5 minutes on foot. Access by car would be difficult as Clones is a small town with narrow streets. Better to ditch the car in the town centre, don't try to get too close by car. Actually, St Tiarnachs is unusual in that you don't normally have such a big stadium in such a small town. In that way the traffic can be a problem. Anyway, a very enjoyable visit- despite the result!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Edel M wrote a review Sep 2015
Monaghan, Ireland58 contributions20 helpful votes
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I've being to many a game in St Tiernach's park for football and hurling. its a great family event and the buzz is magicial..There is plenty of parking around the area and easy to get out as well.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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Joseph S wrote a review Jul 2015
Bangor, United Kingdom119 contributions50 helpful votes
I attended the GAA Ulster Football Final 2015 with my father. I use a wheelchair and my father gets breathless very quickly due to an illness. We had tickets for the Gerry Arthurs stand and a car pass for the car park at the rear of the stand. The stand itself is not very wheelchair friendly although I do understand that there is a wheelchair specific section within the stadium. Having the car pass was a great help as it is just across the road and easily accessible for myself and my dad. It was a scorcher of a day and we were 2 or 3 rows back from pitchside and we got roasted, which isn't a bad complaint in this country! We watched 2 great matches and enjoyed our day. The stadium does need some updating but I'm certain the GAA can afford to do that!
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Date of experience: July 2015
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