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Over 1.5 million viewers tune in for All-Ireland football final

The figures represented a 74% share of those watching television at the time.

Dublin's Bernard Brogan and Ger Cafferkey of Mayo.
Dublin's Bernard Brogan and Ger Cafferkey of Mayo.

OVER 1.5 MILLION sports fans tuned in at the peak of yesterday’s Sunday Game Live coverage of the All-Ireland final on RTÉ Two, TV figures have revealed.

Meanwhile, an average of 1,041,000 viewers watched the game that saw Dublin claim their second All-Ireland SFC title in three years.

The figures represented a 74% share of those watching television at the time.

In addition, a peak audience of 1.542 million viewers watched the game.

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