Boylesports have had to cut Kerry side Dr Crokes into 10/11 from 11/10 following a surge of support for the Munster side following their Munster semi-final win over Tipperary side Loughmore – Castleiney.
Portlaoise, who had to fight back in extra time against Longford Slashers, are now 20/1 from 25/1 to win a second All-Ireland Club football title whilst Castlebar Mitchels, who will play St Brigids in the Connacht final, are available at 11/1.
Roscommon side, St Brigids, remain 6/1 to retain the All-Ireland Club football title and are also proving popular whilst newly crowned Clare champions, Cratloe, are on offer at 50/1 with Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker.
Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “We have had to cut Dr Crokes into 10/11 from 11/10 as they are proving very popular with punters after their win in the Munster semi-final on Saturday.”
He added “Dublin champions, St Vincents, are steady in the betting at 9/2 but we have seen some support around for reigning champions, St Brigids, and if the demand continues, we may have to harden their current odds of 6/1.”