Boylesports have cut Mayo into 11/8 from 7/2 to win the 2013 All-Ireland Football Championship after an impressive display against 2012 All-Ireland champions Donegal.
Dublin who edged past Cork, remain 13/8 second favourites whilst their semi-final opponents Kerry, who recorded a six point win over Cavan, are priced at 4/1 with Boylesports.
Tyrone are the 8/1 outsiders with Mickey Harte’s side facing a tough semi-final against James Horan’s Mayo men.
James Horan “We were strong and hungry today, the two early goals really helped. We won most the one on one battles today. We are looking forward to Tyrone in the semi-final.”
Sundays All-Ireland Senior Football Championship quarter-finals
Kerry 0-15 0-09 Cavan, Croke Park FT
Mayo 4-17 1-10 Donegal, Croke Park FT
5:47pm Its all over and Mayo beat Donegal by 16pts.
5:46pm Aidan O’Shea is sent off for two yellows, he was the man of the match for Mayo.
5:45pm Colm McFadden with a GOAL for Donegal. (70min)
5:43pm Lee Keegan with a nice point for Mayo.
5:40pm Two good saves in a row by the Mayo keeper.
5:36pm Michael Murphy & Karl Lacey kick over points.
5:34pm Kevin Keane who is just on the pitch kicks over a point for Mayo.
5:33pm Mark McHugh kicks Donegal’s sixth point of the day.
5:30pm Sub Chris Barrett kicks a nice score for Mayo, amazingly Mayo lead by 22pts with fifteen minutes to play.
5:29pm Enda Varley gets a nice score for Mayo.
5:28pm Richie Feeney hits over a nice point for Mayo.
5:27pm Eamon McGee is sent off the Donegal team for a stamping off the ball.
5:23pm Donegal get their first score in 32min.
5:20pm Its a hat-trick for Cillian O’Connor. Mayo lead by 20pts.
5:17pm Its another free for Mayo, Cillian O’Connor makes no mistakes.
5:15pm Cillian O’Connor gets his second GOAL. Mayo lead by 16pts.
5:11pm Seamus O’Shea kicks a lovely point for Mayo.
5:10pm Teams out for the second half and play underway.
4:53pm Its half time and Mayo lead Donegal by 12pts. Donegal did not score for the last twenty minutes of play.
4:52pm Mayo hit the post, Colm Boyle kicks Mayo 12pts up.
4:50pm Another point from Cillian O’Connor, Mayo lead by 11pts.
4:47pm Cillian O’Connor nearly gets a second goal, he kicks over the 45′.
4:44pm Alan Freeman kicks Mayo 9pts up.
4:42pm Andy Moran kicks a stunning point from play.
4:41pm McLoughlin puts Mayo seven points ahead.
4:40pm Michael Murphy kicks a free twenty yards wide.
4:36pm Nice point from play by Alan Dillon, Mayo lead by 6pts.
4:34pm Great twenty minutes of football, its been mostly Donegal for the last fifteen minutes.
4:31pm Michael Murphy kicks a free from 45 yards, Donegal trail by 5pts.
4:29pm Stunning GOAL by Donal Vaughan, super lead up to shot.
4:27pm Michael Murphy free gets Donegal back to three points behind.
4:24pm Mark McHugh kicks a poiny from play for Donegal.
4:23pm Michael Murphy gets a the first score for Donegal, the ball bounces over the Mayo keepers head.
4:22pm Its now 1-03 to no score, Donegal cannot get on the ball.
4:21pm Cillian O’Connor gets GOAL for Mayo, what a start for the for the Connaght team.
4:19pm First wide by Donegal.
4:18pm Alan Dillon with a stunning point from play.
4:17pm Cillian O’Connor kicks the first point of the match, Mayo lead.
4:16pm Match underway, Mayo have the breeze in the first half.
4:12pm Changes for Donegal – Mark McHugh in for David Walsh & Declan Walsh is in for Karl Lacey.
4:00pm Chris Barrett starts in place of Richie Feeney on the Mayo team
3:45pm Its all over and Kerry win by 6pts, People who backed Cavan +6pts will be crying after that shocking attempt to score a goal with the last kick of the match.
3:42pm Match going into injury time, very poor second half from Kerry.
3:39pm Colm Cooper kicks his first score from play.
3:38pm Three wides in row for Cavan.
3:36pm Two wides by Cavan.
3:34pm Cian Mackey kicks the point of the day, Cavan back to within 5pts.
3:31pm Cavan and Kerry have had the same amount of scoring chances, but Kerry lead by 6pts.
3:28pm Two jn a row for Keating, Cavan really playing with pride in the second half.
3:27pm Keating kicks over a free from the hands, Cavan trail by 7pts.
3:25pm Donnacha Walsh kicks his 3rd point of the day.
3:24pm David Moran kicks over a super point, Kerry lead by 7pts. (50min)
3:23pm Donaghy is off the Kerry team, he really had a poor day.
3:22pm Cavan get another score thanks to Niall McDermott
3:20pm Much better second half for Cavan.
3:16pm Cavan have a 45′, they get their 3rd score of the half.
3:14pm Colm Cooper kicks over his fifth free, he has yet to score form play.
3:13pm Martin Dunne is fouled, second point for Niall McDermott
3:10pm McDerrmot kicks over the first score of the second half for Cavan.
3:09pm Second half underway and Paul Galvin gets a yellow card.
3:01pm Teams still not out for the 2nd half, The longer Cavan stay in the dressing room the longer they will be in the championship.
2:51pm Half time and Kerry lead by 9pts, it has the handiest first half Kerry have ever played in Croke Park.
2:50pm Another free for Kerry, Colm Cooper kicks it between the posts.
2:46pm Colm Cooper kicks an easy free over the black spot.
2:45pm Last time Cavan scored Kerry scored nine in a row
2:44pm Gibney gets a much needed point for Cavan.
2:43pm Kerry would have a tougher game if this was a challenge match.
2:41pm Colm Cooper kicks his second free, Kerry in first gear and lead by 8pts after 26min.
2:40pm Lovely point by Donaghy, Kerry lead by 7pts.
2:39pm Donnacha Walsh kicks his second point. Kerry lead by 6pts.
2:36pm Cavan kick the ball into the Kerry keepers hands for the fourth time.
2:34pm Kerry leading by 4pts and look like they have not got out of first gear.
2:31pm Shocking miss by Cavan, would have been easier kick it over.
2:28pm Colm Cooper kicks a free, Kerry lead by 4pts.
2:25pm Kerry look to be in a different league, cavan cannot get hold of the ball. Johnny Buckley kicks over another 45′. Kerry lead by 3pts.
2:24pm Another great kick by Johnny Buckley, he pops over a 45′
2:22pm Johnny Buckley kicks a free over for Kerry, they lead by 1pt.
2:20pm Kerry level it up through Donnacha Walsh, Donaghy should have got a penalty.
2:18pm Martin Dunne opens the scoring for Cavan.
2:18pm Heavy rain in Croke Park.
2:16pm Two missed chances by Cavan, both dropped into keepers hands.
2:15pm Match underway.