St Vincents Harden For All-Ireland Club Title
All-Ireland Club SFC
The All-Ireland Club SFC continued at the weekend with reigning champions, St Vincents, progressing to the Leinster semi-finals following a victory over Portlaoise.
The Marino side are now 1/3 to win a 6th Leinster Club Football Senior title and have been cut into 15/8 from 9/4 to retain the trophy on March 17th. Their nearest rivals in the betting are Galway side, Corofin, who are priced at 9/4.
The biggest movers over the weekend are Mayo champions Ballintubber who progressed past St Brigid’s to book a place in the Connacht final. The Mayo side have reached their first ever Connacht SFC final and are now 2/1 from 4/1 to be crowned provincial champions whilst they are now 15/2 from 14/1 to be crowned champions on St Patrick’s Day.
Derry champions Slaughtneil survived a great second-half comeback from Cavan Gaels to progress to the Ulster semi-finals and they are now 3/1 from 11/2 to win the Ulster title and have been clipped into 20/1 from 28/1 to win the All-Ireland Club SFC outright.
Cillian O’Connor’s goal helped Ballintubber to a three point win over St Brigid’s and the Mayo side are now 15/2 from 14/1 to win their first All-Ireland Club SFC title.
At present St Vincents are our worst result in the book
…but following Ballintubber’s win, we are seeing support starting to come in for the Mayo side.