Profits set to double at Croker

Croke Park is on target to double its operating profits to more than €32 million this year.

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Ian Kehoe

1st September, 2007

Croke Park is on target to double its operating profits to more than €32 million this year.

The profits have been boosted by an overall increase in attendances at GAA matches, including today’s Guinness All-Ireland hurling final between Limerick and Kilkenny.

Peter McKenna, Croke Park’s stadium director, said it had also benefited from hosting football and rugby internationals, while the forthcoming concert by the Police will add to the bottom line.

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