Cork now 9/4 win 9th Football league title after weekends GAA results

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Updated: March 10, 2014
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Following Cork’s one point win over Derry in Division One of the National Football League, the rebel county have now shortened into 9/4 from 3/1 to win a 9th NFL title.

Current holders Dublin  who lie in second place on six points have shortened further into 11/10 from 5/4 to retain the title whilst Kerry who recorded a fifteen point win over Tyrone (7/1 to win Division One) have shortened into 16/1 from 40/1.

In Division Two, Donegal who still remain top of the table despite been held to a draw with Meath on Sunday remain  favourites to win the Division but have eased to 11/10 from Evens whilst Monaghan who had a comfortable win over Louth are now 10/3 from 5/1.

In Division Three, Cavan remain the favourites at 4/9 to win the division whilst Roscommon who currently head the table on point’s advantage have shortened into 13/8 from 15/8 to win the division outright.

Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “Dublin remain on target to retain the NFL title but they face stiff competition from Cork who have shortened into 9/4 from 3/1 following a fourth league win at the weekend over Derry.

He added “Mayo who recorded a five point win over Westmeath on Sunday have shortened into 6/1 from 8/1 to win a 12th NFL title.

National Football League Division 1 2014 – Outright Betting

Dublin 11/10

Cork 9/4

Mayo 6/1

Tyrone 7/1

Derry 12/1

Kerry 16/1

Kildare 33/1

National Football League Division 2 2014 – Outright Betting

Donegal 11/10

Monaghan 10/3

Down 9/2

Armagh 13/2

Meath 12/1

Laois 14/1

Galway 40/1

National Football League Division 3 2014 – Outright Betting

Cavan 4/9

Roscommon 13/8

National Football League Division 4 2014 – Outright Betting

Tipperary 11/8

Leitrim 6/4

Clare 10/3

Wicklow 8/1

EW 1/3 1, 2

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