Fancy being on Top Gear? Attend this GAA game for your big chance

As we reported earlier this week, Top Gear are filming in Ireland this weekend.

Chris Evans and co-host Matt Le Blanc will be driving around Kerry roads, with pit stops planned for Dingle and Killorglin.

And if you want to catch some filming, Dingle GAA have insider info.

You might even end up on the screen yourself!


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The Top Gear team have wisely decided that they can’t come all the way to Ireland and not take in some GAA action.

Dingle GAA said: “All ages between 18 & 50 ish are welcome to participate in the match and spectators are also required to attend for the filming.”

They have asked people to respond and let them know if they can attend - we suspect they won’t be short of takers.

Joey from Friends, checking out some gaelic football.

Fancy being on Top Gear? Attend this GAA game for your big chance

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