Roscommon GAA to investigate why Dublin fans were charged for "free" bus service

The two counties went head-to-head in Leitrim after a venue change

Roscommon GAA to investigate why Dublin fans were charged for "free" bus service

Dublin's Dean Rock scores his sides first goal ©INPHO/James Crombie

Roscommon GAA will investigate why Dublin fans were made to pay a £10 charge for a complimentary bus service for today's Allianz Football League clash between both counties.

Today's game was switched from Dr Hyde Park to Carrick on Shannon's Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada in Leitrim at the 11th hour this morning due to the original venue's pitch being unplayable.

As a result a free bus service was provided to take Dublin fans from Roscommon to Carrick.

 

However, those who availed of the service were told to pay a €10 charge upon arrival.

The Irish Independent has confirmed that Roscommon GAA will launch a full investigation into the matter, with county board PRO Hugh Lynn telling the paper that "I have spoken to two Dublin supporters who brought it to my attention and I have taken phone numbers and email addresses from them and will be in touch with them tomorrow".