Those heading to Dublin for a stag weekend next month may be interested in an upcoming event.
On Sunday September 13th, the Irish capital will play host to some of the top female talent in the country.
Croke Park Stadium will welcome athletes from around the nation for a number of high-profile matches.
The 82,300 capacity venue will be the scene of two separate games - the GAA All Ireland Camogie and Under-21s Hurling Finals.
Camogie is the female equivalent of hurling - a game played with a stick and ball on a field similar to that used for Gaelic football.
The ground will also host the GAA All Ireland Hurling Final on September 6th, while the GAA All Ireland Football Final and ladies' equivalent will take place on September 20th and 27th respectively.
Stag parties may also be able to arrange a stadium tour, which lasts around an hour and gives "an in-depth look at one of the most historic and modern sporting arenas in the world", according to the venue's website.