Donegal On Course To Retain Ulster SFC Title

Following their 1-13 to 1-10 victory over Tyrone on Sunday, Donegal are now 10/1 from 12/1 to win back the Sam Maguire trophy.

Rory Gallagher’s squad are now 12/5 from 3/1 to retain the Anglo–Celt Cup and win a ninth Ulster SFC title. As a result of his Man Of The Match performance against Tyrone, Martin McElhinney is now 6/1 from 20/1 to win an All Star in 2015.

Donegal last lifted the Sam Maguire back in 2012 under the guidance of Jim McGuinness and the Tír Conaill men have now gotten off to the perfect start in their bid to retain the Ulster SFC under new manager Rory Gallagher.

Currently Dublin head the All-Ireland outright betting at 11/8 with reigning champions Kerry next in the betting at 3/1. Dublin remain popular with punters following their excellent run in the National Football League to win back the Sam Maguire and at present are the biggest losers in the Ante Post book.

Following their easy win over Leitrim, Galway are now 11/4 to win the Connacht SFC with the Tribesmen on offer at 28/1 to bring the Sam Maguire west of the Shannon for a tenth time having last done so in 2001.