Mount Leinster Rangers became the first Carlow side to reach a Leinster Hurling final and Boylesports has installed the Carlow champions at 12/5 to win the match.
They face Wexford champions Oulart – The – Ballagh on Sunday in the Leinster final and the Wexford side are currently 4/1 to win the All-Ireland Club Hurling title outright whilst they are red hot favourites at 2/5 to win Sunday’s final.
The handicap spread for Sunday’s Leinster final is just two points and Mount Leinster Rangers are currently 9/4 to lift the Leinster Hurling trophy whilst they can be backed at 20/1 to create history and win their first ever All-Ireland Hurling title.
Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “Portumna remain the worst result in our book and the Galway side are now 11/10 favourites to win a 4th All-Ireland Club Hurling title whilst Loughgiel Shamrocks who last lifted the trophy in 2012 are priced at 7/2 to win a 3rd title.”
He added “Mount Leinster Rangers may be outsiders to win the Leinster title but they are proving very popular in the handicap market of plus two points at 11/10.”