Bookmakers slash odds on more than 10,000 spectators attending the All-Ireland final

April 28, 2021

The RNLI at Croke Park before the Tipperary v Wexford All-Ireland SHC semi-final in 2019

Sports fans are hoping they can attend the All-Ireland finals this year at Croke Park with over 10,000 people being allowed through the gates of GAA HQ backed into odds-on for the first time.

Only weeks ago the chances of over 10,000 people being allowed to go to the All-Ireland football and hurling finals this year were at 6/1.

Sarah Kinsella, spokesperson for BoyleSports, said: “It seems the latest vaccine news has given the people of Ireland a bit of hope with punters getting behind the idea of attending the All-Ireland finals this year. We made it a 6/1 chance that over 10,000 GAA fans could attend Croke Park this year but those odds have plummeted into 10/11 now as a return to normal looms closer.”

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