St. Tiarnach's Park is the principal GAA stadium in Clones, County Monaghan, Ireland. With a capacity of about 36,000 it is the most modern stadium used for Gaelic games in Ulster; it hosts major Gaelic football matches such as the Ulster Championship Final and is home to the Monaghan Gaelic football team.
The covered stand on one side of the ground is the Gerry Arthurs Stand. It is named after Gerry Arthurs who was treasurer of the Ulster Council for 42 years . In 2009, Arthurs was named in the Sunday Tribune's list of the 125 Most Influential People In GAA History. On the other side of the ground is the Pat McGrane Stand , with The Hill behind it.
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