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Sunday sees the culmination of the All-Ireland Ladies Football championship where teams from the two most populated counties in Ireland will play in front of a quarter-full Croke Park.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
26th September, 2014
"Sports outside of the top drawing calibre in Ireland struggle for crowds but it's far more obvious in women's codes"

Sunday sees the culmination of the All-Ireland Ladies Football championship where teams from the two most populated counties in Ireland will play in front of a quarter-full Croke Park.

Dublin and Cork are very good at what they do, the latter a touch too good for competitive balance (which can aid interest) but the quality of their product on the field has little to do with the lack of bodies in headquarters on Sunday.

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