Big Support For Ulster Champs For All-Ireland Club Title
Sunday saw two provincial deciders take place, with Slaughtneil overcoming Omagh by one point to land their first Ulster title.
As a result, the Derry side are now 9/2 from 11/1 to be crowned All-Ireland champions for the first time on March 17th.
Our traders initially cut them into 11/2 from 11/1, following their victory over Omagh, but punters quickly availed of the 11/2 and they had no option but to cut Slaughtneil into 9/2.
A ten man Austin Stacks battled back to win the Munster Club SFC and as a result, the Kerry side are now 10/1 to be crowned champions on St Patrick’s Day for a second time, having last lifted the trophy in 1977.
Connacht champions, Corofin, remain the favourites at 11/8 whilst St Vincents, who are 1/4 to defeat Rhode (7/2) in the Leinster Final on December 14th, are priced at 13/8 to retain the title. Despite Corofin heading the Outright betting, reigning champions St Vincents remain the biggest losers in the Ante Post book having been supported down from 8/1 to their current price of 13/8.