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Who will win the All Ireland

Dublin @ 4/6
7 (58.3%)
The Field @ 11/10
5 (41.7%)

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2018 Championship Betting
« on: May 04, 2018, 02:15:31 PM »
What bets are people looking at this year?

I'm thinking there could be a relative upset on the cards this weekend with New York playing Leitrim. I've got New York at 11/8 and the draw at 9/2.


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Re: 2018 Championship Betting
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2018, 03:11:55 PM »
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Re: 2018 Championship Betting
« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2018, 06:09:06 PM »
New York are a terrible price. Handicap is only +1 which seems brutally low. London +3 should give you a run for your money.

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Re: 2018 Championship Betting
« Reply #3 on: May 04, 2018, 06:30:36 PM »
Galway were a massive 2/1 to beat Mayo when the odds came out first a few months ago , now at 6/4 , probably still good value bet .

Dubs are the bet of the year though for the  serious gamblers , won't be stopped. They opened up at 10/11 too. 

Very hard to  gauge the new York v Leitrim game , is Jamie Clark at the same level that he would  be at home ? If he is Leitrim might find it hard to contain him . I notice NY have a NY born player playing , that's not a great sign usually or have they caught up in recent times to play at that level ? Sligo will win I'd be fairly confident of that.
« Last Edit: May 05, 2018, 01:13:42 AM by larryin89 »
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Re: 2018 Championship Betting
« Reply #4 on: May 04, 2018, 09:58:16 PM »
longford 5/2 to beat meath in pearce park looks great value

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Re: 2018 Championship Betting
« Reply #5 on: May 05, 2018, 02:37:59 PM »
Galway were a massive 2/1 to beat Mayo when the odds came out first a few months ago , now at 6/4 , probably still good value bet .

Dubs are the bet of the year though for the  serious gamblers , won't be stopped. They opened up at 10/11 too. 

Very hard to  gauge the new York v Leitrim game , is Jamie Clark at the same level that he would  be at home ? If he is Leitrim might find it hard to contain him . I notice NY have a NY born player playing , that's not a great sign usually or have they caught up in recent times to play at that level ? Sligo will win I'd be fairly confident of that.

Clarke scored 2-03 when Armagh played Leitrim in 2013. But of course any player can be double marked etc, the question is whether his colleagues can make hay in that situation.
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Re: 2018 Championship Betting
« Reply #6 on: May 05, 2018, 02:42:17 PM »
Galway were a massive 2/1 to beat Mayo when the odds came out first a few months ago , now at 6/4 , probably still good value bet .

Dubs are the bet of the year though for the  serious gamblers , won't be stopped. They opened up at 10/11 too. 

Very hard to  gauge the new York v Leitrim game , is Jamie Clark at the same level that he would  be at home ? If he is Leitrim might find it hard to contain him . I notice NY have a NY born player playing , that's not a great sign usually or have they caught up in recent times to play at that level ? Sligo will win I'd be fairly confident of that.

Shane Hogan has been playing for New York for a few years now one of their few players that came through their underage ranks over there.

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Re: 2018 Championship Betting
« Reply #7 on: May 05, 2018, 03:02:26 PM »
Galway were a massive 2/1 to beat Mayo when the odds came out first a few months ago , now at 6/4 , probably still good value bet .

Dubs are the bet of the year though for the  serious gamblers , won't be stopped. They opened up at 10/11 too. 

Very hard to  gauge the new York v Leitrim game , is Jamie Clark at the same level that he would  be at home ? If he is Leitrim might find it hard to contain him . I notice NY have a NY born player playing , that's not a great sign usually or have they caught up in recent times to play at that level ? Sligo will win I'd be fairly confident of that.

Shane Hogan has been playing for New York for a few years now one of their few players that came through their underage ranks over there.

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