Huge Price Cut On Dublin GAA Split Following Poll
Punters are still speculating that Dublin’s All-Ireland-winning footballers could be split into two separate teams before the end of the decade.
Leinster GAA Chairman Pat Teehan said last month that there was ‘nothing to be gained’ from splitting the county after the idea was floated following Dublin’s sixth consecutive All-Ireland Final victory in December over Mayo.
We had been offering odds of 10/1 on a split before 2030, but those chances have been cut into just 4/1 following the results of a new poll conducted by Ireland Thinks.
The poll indicated a majority of supporters outside Dublin were in favour of dividing the county team into north and south sides.
Dessie Farrell’s men are already odds-on at 4/6 to retain their All-Ireland title this year, while the chances of them extending their winning run to ten-in-a-row has also shortened into 11/2 from 8/1.
*Prices correct at time of publication