Ireland’s game against Australia sells out

Tickets still available for opening autumn game against Samoa

Brian O’Driscoll celebrates scoring a try during the game against Australia at Croke Park in November 2009. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Brian O’Driscoll celebrates scoring a try during the game against Australia at Croke Park in November 2009. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Wed, Nov 6, 2013, 19:10

Ireland’s autumn international against Australia at the Aviva stadium on Saturday week has been confirmed as a sell-out.

The third game of the series against New Zealand on Sunday, November 24th sold out a fortnight ago, with tickets to this Saturday’s opener against Samoa still on sale.

An IRFU statement revealed that the three-match series will be the lost successful series held at the Aviva stadium, with ticket sales up 10 per cent on 2012.

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