Only major three major Galeic Football matches last weekend, with favourites Galway, Tyrone and Donegal all running out easy winners, we have the SportsNewsIRELAND GAA team of week below –
1. Niall Morgan (Tyrone)- kicked 0-2 from placed balls, kept clean sheet also
2. Gareth McKinless (Derry)- championship debut played well against one of the forwards in the game
3. Finian Hanley (Galway)- impressive at full back, dominated throughout
4. Karl Lacey (Donegal)- scored an important point was a torment for Mark Lynch
5. Anthony Thompson (Donegal) – scored an important point, attacked at any chance he got.
6. Leo McLoone (Donegal)- scored 1-01 from play picked up man of match award
7. Peter Harte (Tyrone) – scored 1-01 from wing back also, very good overall
8. Fiontan O Curraraoin (Galway)- won a lot of ball in the middle of the field
9. Patsy Bradley (Derry) – one of better player for Derry on Sunday won a lot of ball
10. Ciaran McGinley (Tyrone)- scored 2-01 from play very good game
11. Shane Walsh (Galway)- was at the heart of every Galway attack, deserves his place on the team
12. Mark Lynch (Derry)- worked hard for the team, kicked some good points
13. Danny Cummins (Galway)- scored a vital goal, was Galway’s best forward
14. Michael Murphy (Donegal)- brilliant second half, torment for the Derry defence, kicked a great sideline
15. Michael Martin (Galway)- was a torment all day for the London defence, deseves place on team
Following their win over Derry in the Ulster Football Championship, Donegal are now priced at 6/5 having been priced at 7/2 prior to the victory.
Tyrone, who defeated Down in a replay on Saturday night, currently are 9/4 second favourites with reigning Ulster champions, Monaghan, priced at 6/1 to retain the Anglo-Celt trophy.
Donegal are now 14/1 to win back the Sam Maguire from current holders Dublin, who remain the red hot favourites at 1/6 to win a 53rdLeinster title and are Evens to keep hold of the Sam Maguire trophy.
In Connacht, Mayo are odds on at 4/11 to win the Connacht Senior Football Championship whilst last year’s beaten finalists are 6/1 to end their All-Ireland drought. Punters can also avail of 15/8 for Mayo in the Betting Without Dublin market.
Cork who are 6/1 to win the All-Ireland Football Championship, currently head the betting at 4/7 to win a 38th Munster Senior Football title with their neighbours, Kerry, next in the betting at 11/8 to retain the trophy.
In conjunction with the GAA season, Boylesports will give cash back on any First, Last & Anytime Goalscorers and Winning Margins bet if your match is a Draw at Half Time or Full Time.
Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “At present, Dublin remain our biggest Ante Post liability having been backed in from 13/8 following their victory in the National Football League over Derry. Last year’s beaten finalists, Mayo, are starting to see support in the Betting Without Dublin market and their current price of 15/8 is likely to dry up judging by the current demand.”
He added “As part of our Drawing Interest Cashback, we have refunded for the second weekend in a row and many punters who had backed First, Last & Anytime Goalscorers and Winning Margins in the Cork v Waterford Hurling match were refunded their cash.”