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Attendance at Ladies All-Ireland final in Croke Park shatters previous record

Over 46,000 people turned out in Croke Park for the biggest day in the Ladies football calendar.

THE LADIES ALL-Ireland football finals have drawn a record attendance at Croke Park, with 46, 286 spectators at this year’s event.

It marks a increase of almost 12,000 compared to the number of people at the 2016 decider.

The crowd witnessed the Junior final end in a draw, while Tipperary and Dublin captured the intermediate and senior titles respectively.

The attendance figure has improved every year with just over 27,000 at the final three years ago. 31,083 were at the final in 2015, and 34,445 were in attendance last year.

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