All-Ireland Football Moycullen & Hurling Na Piarsaigh Betting Latest

Moycullen are now third favourites for the All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship after they snatched the Galway senior title.

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Despite playing against the wind in the first half, Salthill/Knocknacarra led by two points at the break and looked set for their first county title in ten years before Peter Cooke’s late goal earned Moycullen their second Galway crown since 2020 by the minimum margin.

The two-time Galway champions have since been backed into 7/1 from 9/1 with BoyleSports to be crowned All-Ireland champions, with only Dublin’s Kilmacud Crokes (9/4) and Derry’s Glen (9/2) ahead of them in the latest betting.

There was an upset in the Mayo decider as Westport landed their first ever county title at the expense of Ballina Stephenites and Lee Keegan and his teammates are now 10/1 shots from 16/1 to go all the way.

Lawrence Lyons, spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “Moycullen had to dig deep in Galway but they’re now hot favourites to go on and claim provincial honours. Support for an All-Ireland is also on the up and at 7/1 from 9/1 punters clearly think they have a decent chance of going the distance this year.”

Elsewhere, Na Piarsaigh are coming in for increasing support to win the All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship after dethroning Kimallock in the Limerick final.

Two first-half goals from Adrian Breen helped the city side go into the break with a seven-point advantage and there was never any prospect of a comeback before a late David Dempsey goal put the seal on a seventh county championship in 12 years.

The Light Blues now face a provincial semi-final with either Munster favourites Ballygunner or Kilruane and are now rated main dangers to the nine-in-a-row Waterford champions at 13/8 from 3/1 for provincial honours.

They have also made a move into 11/2 from 9/1 in the betting for the All-Ireland, with Ballyhale Shamrocks 11/10 favourites ahead of defending champions Ballygunner (10/3) in the race for the Tommy Moore Cup.

Lawrence Lyons, spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “Na Piarsaigh were being backed off the boards to win the Treaty bragging rights and punters are starting to get optimistic of an All-Ireland run after their final victory.

They’re now 11/2 shots from 9/1 to go all the way and it’s looking like a very competitive race this year with Ballyhale Shamrocks and Ballygunner also well backed by Kilkenny and Waterford locals.”

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