Kerry Slashed To Win A Record 37th All-Ireland
Following their 12 point win over Cork in the Munster Final, Kerry’s odds have been slashed into 9/2 from 12/1 to win a record 37th All-Ireland Senior Football title.
Monaghan, who progressed past Armagh in the Ulster semi-final replay, will now meet Donegal in a repeat of last year’s Ulster final and the Farney County are now 16/1 from 20/1 to win the All-Ireland whilst they are priced at 5/6 to retain the Anglo Celt Cup.
Dublin remain the favourites at 8/11 to retain the Sam Maguire trophy whilst last years beaten finalists, Mayo, who will play Galway in the Connacht Final, are priced at 7/1.
Kerry certainly cannot be ruled out of the All-Ireland race following their 12 point demolition of Cork in the Munster Final. Dublin may be favourites to retain the Sam Maguire but judging by Kerry’s excellent display in the Munster Final, Jim Gavin’s Dublin side might not have it all their own way.