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Croke Park will be rocking for the All-Ireland quarter-finals

Croke Park will be rocking for the All-Ireland quarter-finals

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Croke Park will be rocking for the All-Ireland quarter-finals

Croke Park is braced for its biggest GAA crowd since before Covid with up to 75,000 expected to attend Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC quarter-final double-header at HQ.

The full house sign may not quite be up for the meeting of Armagh and Galway (1.45pm), followed by the clash of Kerry and Mayo (4pm), but Croke Park is expected to be rocking with few spaces among the 82,300-capacity stadium.


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