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Ever dreamed of playing in Croke Park?

Patrick Bolger

| General

| May 3, 2017

Dublin v Mayo football

Herdwatch has teamed up with FRS Farm Relief and Macra Na Feirme to give one lucky Herdwatch customer the chance of a lifetime to win a full match day experience and play Football in Croke Park
on Tuesday 13th of June 2017.

To mark 40 years since the first meeting took place between Macra and FRS, discussing the concept of bringing a farm relief service to farmers throughout the country, we are giving our Herdwatch customers a chance to be on that sacred pitch!

The winner will get a chance to play in a team managed by either the legendary footballer and pundit Pat Spillane or the All-Ireland winning Manager John O’Mahony, and will also meet GAA legend Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh.

Representing Herdwatch in a team made up of Macra members and other farmers, the winner will get the full match day experience, and entering the stadium like so many great players have done.

The winner will get:

  1. Full use of the stadium’s facilities,
  2. A full Macra kit (Jersey sponsored by Herdwatch, Socks, Shorts)
  3. A player profile in the souvenir match day programme
  4. Option to bring some friends or family too.

How do I enter?

The rules of entry are simple,

  1. The competition is open to active Herdwatch customers only.
  2. Customers will receive an invitation e-mail with a link to enter the competition.
  3. The winner can nominate a person in their place (nominated person must be over 18 and fit to play)
  4. One entry per Herdwatch customer, entries must be submitted before May 22nd 2017.
  5. Macra na Feirme is the event organiser and other T&Cs may apply
  6. The winner will be announced at the end of May 2017.

 

Not on Herdwatch yet? Join using the link below to save hours on farm paperwork AND be in with a chance to play in Croke Park.

 

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