Dublin’s winning streak comes to an end

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Updated: March 20, 2013
Gaelic football

Dublin who lost to Tyrone at the weekend still remain 6/5 favourites with Boylesports to win Division One Outright.

Both Kildare (11/4) and Tyrone (7/2) are currently joint with Dublin at the top of the league table on eight points each. Cork remain in close contention on six points whilst 2012 All Ireland Champions Donegal are priced at 10/1. Kerry registered their first league win at the weekend against Down and now look set to battle it out to avoid relegation against the Northern side as both teams are short priced to play Division Two Football next season.

In Division Two, Westmeath still remain unbeaten. The Lake County men are 11/10 to win Division Two and look set to be playing Division One Football next season.

Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker is offering 8/11 that Limerick will win Division Four whilst Division Three looks set to be a battle between Monaghan (5/6), Meath (2/1) and Fermanagh (9/2).

Leon Blanche, Head of Communications at Boylesports, commented “Division One remains wide open with Dublin, Kildare and Cork all tied on eight points”

He added “Westmeath are flying in Division Two and are currently 11/10 to win the Division.”

End

Division One Outright

Dublin 6/5

Cork 10/3

Tyrone 7/2

Kildare 7/1

Donegal 11/1

Division One Relegation

Down 1/4

Kerry 4/11

Mayo 8/11

Donegal 9/2

Division Two Outright

Derry 11/10

Westmeath 11/10

Laois 11/1

Louth 11/1

Galway 14/1

Wexford 50/1

Division Three Outright

Monaghan 5/6

Meath 2/1

Fermanagh 9/2

Cavan 16/1

Roscommon 25/1

Division Four Outright

Limerick 8/11

Tipperary 5/2

Offaly 11/2

Clare 8/1

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