The attendance record for a women's All-Ireland finals day has been broken yet again with 56,114 spectators braving poor weather at Croke Park to witness Dublin sealing three in a row. 

This marks a jump of just under 6,000 on the 2018 finals day when Dublin secured back to back titles against Cork in the senior final. 

It is the seventh year in a row that there has been a growth in the finals day crowd with the figures more than doubling since 2013 and 2014.

And today's attendance is just under 2,000 shy of the crowd that attended the 2019 Women's World Cup final in Lyon this summer. 

The sizable crowd witnessed Louth securing the junior title against Fermanagh in a high-scoring opener. Tipperary subsequently overcame Meath a high-scoring and entertaining intermediate final.

Dublin then sealed their third senior title by edging a gritty contest against Galway.

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