Its getting to the business end of the GAA’s national football league and following their draw with Mayo on Saturday night, Dublin have eased out to 9/4 to from 7/4 to retain the title, whilst Mayo, who now have seven points, have been cut into 7/2 from 9/2 to win a twelfth title having last landed the honours in 2001.
Derry who currently have nine points alongside Cork but head the table on points aggregate are now 5/1 from 13/2 for NFL glory and are 10/3 to register a win against Mayo (2/7) in the final round this weekend.
Cork who will be bidding to win a 9th NFL title are now 3/1 to go all the way and this weekend sees them travel to neighbours Kerry, with the Rebels priced at 7/4 to record a win over 19 time NFL League champions Kerry (4/7).
In Division 2, Donegal and Monaghan currently lie on 9 points each at the top of the table and Boylesports has priced Donegal at 8/13 for NFL Division 2 glory, whilst Laois who currently lie second from the bottom, are 10/11 to be relegated with Armagh not just out of trouble yet and priced at 6/4 to be relegated to Division 3.
Cavan currently head Division 3 on 12 points and the Breffini men are 4/5 to win the Division, whilst Roscommon who lie just two points adrift can be backed at 10/11 to spoil the party.
Tipperary currently holds a two point lead in Division 4 and are the warm favourites at 4/9 to win Division 4 with their nearest rivals Clare priced at 9/4 to be crowned the winners.
Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “Derry continued to have a tremendous season in Division 1 and are now 5/1 to lift the trophy having been 20/1 prior to the NFL commencing.”
He added “Mayo were unlucky not to get revenge on Dublin but they continue to be proving popular alongside Cork in the Division 1 outright market.”
NFL Division 2 Outright
To Be Relegated
NFL Division 3 Outright
NFL Division 4 Outright