Muratti special selling fast

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Muratti organiser Darren Duquemin has urged Jersey supporters to book up now or risk digging deeper into their pockets to finance a two-day trip to next month’s Vase final between Jersey and Guernsey.

Over 500 of the allocated 800 tickets for Jersey have already been sold and when the boat full signs go up there is every likelihood the remaining tickets will be returned to be sold in Guernsey.

Duquemin said: ‘There are just a handful of day excursion tickets remaining and I’m confident they will be sold this weekend.

If Jersey fans want to come to the game on a day trip I urge them to get down to Condor as soon as possible or they will find themselves having extra expense by having to come to Guernsey for longer.

‘We all know the difficulty of big numbers of people getting to Guernsey for a day trip but there are other ways by taking in a day or so extra.

But doing it that way makes it much more expensive.’ Tickets returned to Guernsey will not hamper crowd segregation plans as they are being sold in blocks.

Tickets in Jersey are on sale from the Cherry Godfrey office in Charles Street, St Helier, and Checkers superstores at Longueville and Les Quennevais.

Condor Ferries’ match-day special excursion is available at £32.

The package includes the return boat fare, bus travel and from the ground and match ticket.

The fast ferry leaves Jersey at 11.15 am arriving in Guernsey at 12.10.

It departs Guernsey at 7 pm.

There will also be extra capacity returning on the Clipper at 5.30 pm.

The sponsors are also offering a free entrance ticket to all players who have played in a Muratti final.

Past players need to provide proof of ID and sign a form to say that the specially stamped ticket is for their own personal use.

Those travelling to Guernsey for the weekend can also take in the under-18 Upton on Saturday 30 April and the ladies’ Muratti at Blanche Pierre Lane the following day.

The Centenary Muratti is on Monday 2 May.

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