Jason Sherlock, Paul Curran and Darragh Ó Sé all line out for Vodafone’s All-Ireland final Dub Hub Live at Flannerys
Vodafone is delighted to announce an all-star line-up for the biggest and most important Dub Hub Live event of the year, Friday’s All-Ireland preview night at Flannery’s Bar on Lower Camden Street.
The ‘blue’ side of the panel will be ably manned again by host of the Dub Live series this year Jason Sherlock and his ever present fellow panelists, former star Paul Curran and award winning GAA journalist Cian Murphy. But they will have their hands more than full on the night as they will be joined by legend of Kerry football Darragh Ó Sé.
Throw in a partisan home crowd but with, no doubt, a sprinkling of some vocal men from the Kingdom, and it will be a night that will raise the temperature gauge ahead of the clash of GAA’s greatest rivals just two days later.
The event takes on further appeal for fans as two precious tickets for the All-Ireland football final will also be up for grabs courtesy of Vodafone.
Said Sherlock, the star forward in Dublin’s last successful All-Ireland campaign: “It should be a fantastic night. The build up to the match is already at fever pitch and it will go up another few notches in Flannerys for sure.
“The Dub Hub Live events have been great fun all year but this is the one we all wanted as it means Dublin are in the All Ireland final. The fact that the final is against Kerry, Dublin’s greatest rivals, adds even more to the mix. Having Darragh with us on Friday tops everything off.
“On the field of play Darragh was always able to come back with as good as he got and more over the years on the field of play and I’ve no doubt he’ll be able to handle the heat on Friday night too.”
Fans can enter to win tickets here http://on.fb.me/ppSCgv Those attending on the night will also be put into a draw to win a pair of tickets to the final at the dub Hub along with a brunch in a city centre restaurant. There are also five runner-up prizes of five Dublin GAA branded kit bags.
The first half hour of the hour-long panel discussion will be broadcast on FM104, with the entire discussion being streamed live on www.hill16.ie/thedubhub
Throw-in for the event is at 7 p.m. but those with tickets are asked to be there at 6 pm to ensure they gain a good vantage point.