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26th October 2013

Price : TBC

ADDRESS

Croke Park Stadium, Croke Park Stadium, Dublin 3

CONTACT

info@gaa.ie

WEB

www.gaa.ie

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International Rules - Ireland v Australia

The International Rules Series will return to Ireland in 2013 with the 2nd Test taking place in Croke Park on 26th October.

The International Rules Series is a senior men's international rules football competition between the Australia international rules football team selected by the Australian Football League and the Ireland international rules football team (selected by the Gaelic Athletic Association). The series is played twice every three years in October and November after the completion of the AFL Grand Final and the All-Ireland Football Final which are both traditionally played in late September. The matches are played using a set of compromise rules decided upon by both the two governing bodies; known formally as International rules football. While the International Rules Series matches use some rules from Australian rules football, the field, ball and uniforms of both teams are all from Gaelic football.

The two teams contest a trophy, which in 2004 was named the Cormac McAnallen Cup—after the Tyrone team captain Cormac McAnallen, whose death that year from a heart condition came after he had represented Ireland in the previous three series.

International Rules - Ireland v Australia

26th October 2013

Price : TBC

ADDRESS

Croke Park Stadium, Croke Park Stadium, Dublin 3

CONTACT

info@gaa.ie

WEB

www.gaa.ie

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The International Rules Series will return to Ireland in 2013 with the 2nd Test taking place in Croke Park on 26th October.

The International Rules Series is a senior men's international rules football competition between the Australia international rules football team selected by the Australian Football League and the Ireland international rules football team (selected by the Gaelic Athletic Association). The series is played twice every three years in October and November after the completion of the AFL Grand Final and the All-Ireland Football Final which are both traditionally played in late September. The matches are played using a set of compromise rules decided upon by both the two governing bodies; known formally as International rules football. While the International Rules Series matches use some rules from Australian rules football, the field, ball and uniforms of both teams are all from Gaelic football.

The two teams contest a trophy, which in 2004 was named the Cormac McAnallen Cup—after the Tyrone team captain Cormac McAnallen, whose death that year from a heart condition came after he had represented Ireland in the previous three series.

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