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Win Ireland v Scotland tickets

To celebrate National Fish and Chip Day, we’ve teamed up with our friends in the Irish Traditional Italian Chippers Association (ITICA) to give three lucky readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to see Ireland v Scotland. Plus you can win a meet and greet lunch with soccer hero Paul McGrath in Peter Borza’s Caffe Comino on Dublin’s Augustine Street the week of the big match.


For your chance to win this fab prize simply answer the following question:

What date will ITICA National Fish & Chips Day take place?

a) May 27 b) July 4

Email your answer along with your name, address and phone number to [email protected] and put 'Fish & Chips' in the subject title

ITICA has announced that the 6th annual ITICA National Fish & Chips Day will take place on Wednesday, May 27, this year. All ITICA members throughout Ireland will offer their customers half-price fish & chips to celebrate the 130-year-old tradition.

“We look forward to ITICA National Fish & Chips Day every year,” said ITICA Chairman Peter Borza. “It is a hectic, but fun-filled day that gives us the opportunity to celebrate 130 years of the ‘one and one’ and most importantly to thank our local communities for their ongoing support.

“We established ITICA back in January 2010 to highlight the heritage behind the Irish Italian chippers in Ireland and emphasise what makes our family run chippers unique. “The response to ITICA National Fish & Chips Day over the past number of years has been amazing.”

Remember, only at member shops displaying a 2015 ITICA logo can you win a €10,000 holiday voucher and hundreds of other fantastic prizes – ONLY on ITICA National Fish & Chips Day! Just ask about the fantastic prizes in your local ITICA chipper. With members all around the country, ITICA was created to promote the traditional values and ethos of the Irish Italian chipper community.

The Irish Italian chipper culture was started by members of the Irish Italian community who arrived here in the 1880s from a group of small villages
in Val di Comino in southern Italy.