Kerry Now Odds-On Favourites For GAA National League Title
The latest betting makes Kerry odds-on favourites to be crowned National League champions after they condemned Dublin to a second straight defeat at the start of their campaign.
Kerry only managed to put over a single point in the second half in testing conditions in Tralee.
Although, they had the game wrapped up by half-time after a scoring blitz of 1-9 without reply saw them go into the break with a commanding 13-point lead.
Dublin’s second half revival was too little, too late and…
BoyleSports have now cut Kerry into 8/11 from 5/4 for the National League title.
Dublin were pushed all the way out to 14/1 having started the National Football League Division 1 as 2/1 second favourites.
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The defeat also leaves Dublin rooted to the bottom of the early League table. The prospect of a shock relegation to the second tier for Dessie Farrell’s men has been slashed into 7/4 from 33/1 off the back of their opening two defeats.
All About Armagh
At the other end of affairs, it’s Armagh who lead the standings after first half goals from Greg McCabe and Jason Duffy proved the difference in their all-Ulster clash with Tyrone, which was marred by five red cards following an injury-time brawl.
The Orchardmen have now started their campaign with victories over Dublin and the All-Ireland champions and have now been slashed into 4/1 from 8/1 to win the league for just the second time and the first since 2005.
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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.
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