GAA National Football League Division 4 Betting Tips | Diarmuid Connolly
Six-time All-Ireland winner Diarmuid Connolly has claimed promotion from Division Four must be a priority for Cavan this season ahead of National League throw-in this weekend.
At 8/15 in the betting to earn promotion as champions in the bottom tier, Cavan are the hottest favourites in any of the National Leagues to top their division and Connolly believes only Tipperary should give them any cause for concern ahead of their opener against Leitrim on Sunday.
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🗣 "They'll be top of the betting. The two top teams, for me, are…"
🏐 Diarmuid Connolly gives his preview & tip for National League Division Four starting this weekend ⬇️
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Speaking to BoyleSports, Connolly said: “Wexford got their first win in the Championship in seven years last year, but just like Sligo, Carlow, Leitrim, Waterford or London, it’s hard to know what they would have to offer at this time of the year.
“Getting back up to Division Three has to be high on Cavan’s list of priorities this year. They won the Ulster Championship two years ago just like Tipperary won Munster, yet they find themselves sitting in the bottom division.
“They are clearly the two top teams in the division, but it’s not good for teams with such huge history to be down there. Cavan would be rightly at the top of the betting for promotion, just ahead of Tipperary.”
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More about the author:
Diarmuid Connolly is a six time GAA All-Ireland Football winner with Dublin. During his illustrious career he also won two All-Star awards. He retired from inter-county football in October 2020.
The 6′ 1″ forward still plays for club team, St Vincent’s, with whom he won five Dublin Senior Football Championship titles.
Connolly also won ten Leinster Senior Football Championships with St. Vincent’s as well as four National Football League titles.
He also joined the Dublin hurling panel as a dual player where he won an U21 Leinster medal.