All-Ireland Club Football and Hurling Gaelic Odds Latest

The All-Ireland betting in both Club Hurling and Football has seen massive odds movements over the last couple days at BoyleSports.

On the football side, Kilmacrud Crokes have seen their odds cut while in club hurling there has also been a hot favourite named.


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Kilmacud Crokes are strengthening as favourites in the betting for the All-Ireland Senior Club Football championship following their Dublin final victory over Na Fianna.

Last year’s beaten All-Ireland finalists had to dig deep in the semi-final clash at Parnell Park as they went into the half-time interval with a one-point deficit, but a stitched-up Shane Walsh returned from a blood injury and ended up with four from play as the Crokes narrowly sealed a tenth Dublin title by 0-11 to 0-10.

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The Stillorgan side, who now face a Leinster quarter-final against Kildare champions Naas, have since been cut into 2/1 from 7/2 with BoyleSports to go one better than last year and secure a third All-Ireland Senior Championship.


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Defending champions Kilcoo, who had to answer questions of their own and needed extra-time to prevail by one-point in the Down final against Warrenpoint, remain 7/1 second favourites to go all the way again.

A solitary point was also enough to determine the Donegal decider, with Naomh Conaill backed into 16/1 from 25/1 for the All-Ireland after reclaiming the honours from last year’s champions St Eunan’s.

Lawrence Lyons, spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “It certainly wasn’t plain sailing for Kilmacud Crokes in the Dublin final, but Shane Walsh’s influence continues to prove decisive and now punters believe an All-Ireland club title is firmly on the cards for the Galway man. They are being singled out as the team to beat and at 2/1 from 7/2 they have taken charge of the betting at this stage.”

Meanwhile, Ballyhale Shamrocks are hot favourites to win the All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship after sealing a fifth consecutive Kilkenny title at the expense of James Stephens.

An early second-half dismissal for Paddy Mullen did little to deter the reigning Leinster champions, as TJ Reid hit six points in a 1-21 to 2-11 victory to see the Shamrocks draw level with Tullaroan in the Kilkenny roll of honour with 20 county titles.

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A fourth consecutive Leinster title is now a hot odds-on shot at 1/4 in the betting with BoyleSports, while the chances of last year’s All-Ireland beaten finalists going one better have now been cut into 5/4 from 2/1.

Nine-in-a-row Waterford champions Ballygunner are second favourites at 7/2 to get their hands on the Tommy Moore Cup again, with Na Piarsaigh clipped into 8/1 third favourites from 10/1 after they teed up a Limerick final against Kilmallock with a 17-point rout of South Liberties.

Lawrence Lyons, spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “It wasn’t routine for Ballyhale Shamrocks being reduced to 14 men, but their second half performance in the Kilkenny final has blown punters away. Leinster and All-Ireland honours are on the way if the trends are on the money and with the large majority siding with Shamrocks, they are already short 5/4 shots from 2/1 to go all the way.”

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