Croker


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Cro´ker

    (krō´kẽr)
n.1.A cultivator of saffron; a dealer in saffron.
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O'Connor said: "It's a few years since Derry were at Croker, when they played Dublin in a championship quarter-final.
Croker bosses have certainly set their sights high - 17 storeys to be precise - above the streets to give visitors a never-before-seen view of the capital.
The Republic boss insists that while Ireland rolled Hector Cuper's men over in Germany, they won't be an easy win at Croker.
Kerry enjoyed a late surge at Croker to run out 1-20 to 1-11 winners.
That final was Monaghan's last appearance in a Croker decider and Kindlon insists nerves won't be a problem at the home of GAA.
The under 21 'keeper is relishing the opportunity tomorrow for what will be his second appearance at Croker on All-Ireland finals day in just over six months.
But after Cork's win in the Munster decider defender Duggan, Man of the Match that day, said: "After how things have gone this is how people will judge us, facing Kerry at Croker.
Those two games are the third round qualifier between Dublin and Armagh at Croker and the Munster SHC final replay between Cork and Waterford at Semple Stadium.
But for the sheer hell of it let's remember Croker in February and rekindle that spirit.
OVAL THE MOON Croker hosts Bri's boys TURF LOVE Newlyweds are taking their vows at pitchside at Croker, below
The Drimnagh man was hoping to dispose of the Spaniard and then watch his beloved Dublin team beat Kerry at Croker to make it to the All Ireland final.
The group will be going back to Croker on June 5 as part of a tour for their new album Where We Are.