Kerry GAA Star David Clifford Backed For RTÉ SPOTY Award
Kerry footballer David Clifford has been named the Electric Ireland GAA Higher Education Footballer of the Year and now his odds have been cut to win another award.
Footballer of the Year
Clifford played an instrumental part in Kerry’s victory in the National Football League and The Kingdom are also All-Ireland favourites ahead of this weekend’s Muster final against Limerick.
Punters are anticipating a stellar year for the 23-year-old with renewed support backing him to be crowned RTÉ Sportsperson of the Year winner.
BoyleSports have cut him into 11/1 from 14/1 pick up the gong.
The one to beat is 4/11 favourite Bray boxer Katie Taylor, who retained her undisputed lightweight title after she edged out Amanda Serrano on points with a split-decision victory last month.
The Queen of Horse Racing
Rachael Blackmore became the first woman to ride a winner in the Cheltenham Gold Cup in March with her odds sinking into a red-hot 1/2.
Blackmore now has competition and has been eased out to 9/4 following Taylor’s victory at Madison Square Garden in New York.
Sarah Kinsella, spokesperson for BoyleSports said:
“David Clifford has already started to pick up awards this year, but support is now building on him being crowned RTÉ Sportsperson of the Year.
“We now make the Kingdom youngster 12/1 from 14/1 to win the gong. Punters clearly expect him to have an epic year with the All-Ireland favourites.”
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