GAA live score updates and results

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Updated: November 13, 2011

Its was into the provincial championships in club GAA and we have the results from all the matches.

Leinster Club Senior Football Championship first round
Summerhill (Meath) 0-11 2-14 St Brigid’s (Dublin) FT
Portlaoise (Laois) 2-12 1-14 St Patricks (Louth), Portlaoise AET
Athy (Kildare) 1-08 1-05 Edenderry (Offaly)FT
Garrycastle 4-11 1-06 Longford Slashers FT

Ulster Club Senior Football Championship quarter-finals
Roslea (Fermanagh) 2-05 1-15 Burren (Down) FT
Glenswilly (Donegal) 0-09 0-10 Latton (Monaghan) FT

Ulster Club Senior Football Championship semi-final
Ballinderry (Derry) 1-10 0-17 Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh) FT
Leinster Club Senior Hurling Championship semi-finals
Oulart-the-Ballagh (Wexford) 3-12 2-11 Clough/Ballacolla (Laois)FT
Ballyboden (Dublin) 0-15 1-18 Coolderry (Offaly) FT

Munster Junior Football Championship S-Final
Kanturk 2-04 0-14 Dromid Pearses FT

Ulster Junior Football Championship semi final
Derrytresk 2-12 0-03 Eire Og, Casement park FT

Munster Club Senior Hurling Championship semi-finals
Ballygunnar (Waterford) 0-12 3-09 Na Piarsaigh (Limerick) FT
Carrigtwohill (Cork) 1-10 0-19 Crusheen (Clare) FT

Wicklow Senior Football Championship final
Rathnew 0-10 2-05 St Mary’s, Aughrim FT

Preview
Crossmaglen Rangers overcame St Galls with ease in their opening contest in the Ulster SFC but it has to be acknowledged that the Belfast side were short several players and really gave no kind of account of themselves. You’d have gotten some fancy odds about 5 goals to be scored in that game!

The Armagh side are undoubtedly the class act of the province but expect Ballinderry to ask some very probing questions of them. The Derry champions have been well supported in our book and will be looking to Raymond Wilkinson to get among the goals. He raised the green flag twice in the county final against Kilrea and is 9/1 to score the first goal of this game.

Jamie Clarke heads the first goalscorer market here at 9/2, while we also have a special offer available at Ladbrokes.com where we quote 9/1 that both Clarke and Michael Murphy score anytime in their respective games this weekend.

Murphy’s side, Glenswilly, face Monaghan champions Latton at Ballybofey. You could be forgiven for thinking we have been guilty of a typo in our total points line on this game. We offer 5/6 your pick off a line of 20.5 points. It is a remarkably low line but statistically and intuitively we have little option to go any higher, and arguably the value is in playing under this mark. Only 2 of Glenswilly’s 7 championship games this year have gone over that line, as have 2 of Latton’s 4 outings. Make of it what you will, the market as ever will dictate the ultimate prices.

Looking to the hurling and Oulart The Ballagh will form the cornerstone of most GAA accumulators this weekend. If you are rolling up the favourites do make sure to look under the Club Specials link on Ladbrokes.com as we keep some special value enhanced prices tucked away there.

We offer 4/1 that the Wexford champions win along with Crusheen, Ballygunner and Ballyboden. We also have a handicap special for all 4 of those teams to win by 3 points our more. All specials are for 60 minutes play only.

Chief market mover in this weekend’s games has been Crusheen who have been backed into 5/6 favourites to beat Carrigtwohill from an opening price of 11/8.
Crossmaglen Rangers overcame St Galls with ease in their opening contest in the Ulster SFC but it has to be acknowledged that the Belfast side were short several players and really gave no kind of account of themselves. You’d have gotten some fancy odds about 5 goals to be scored in that game!

The Armagh side are undoubtedly the class act of the province but expect Ballinderry to ask some very probing questions of them. The Derry champions have been well supported in our book and will be looking to Raymond Wilkinson to get among the goals. He raised the green flag twice in the county final against Kilrea and is 9/1 to score the first goal of this game.

Jamie Clarke heads the first goalscorer market here at 9/2, while we also have a special offer available at Ladbrokes.com where we quote 9/1 that both Clarke and Michael Murphy score anytime in their respective games this weekend.

Murphy’s side, Glenswilly, face Monaghan champions Latton at Ballybofey. You could be forgiven for thinking we have been guilty of a typo in our total points line on this game. We offer 5/6 your pick off a line of 20.5 points. It is a remarkably low line but statistically and intuitively we have little option to go any higher, and arguably the value is in playing under this mark. Only 2 of Glenswilly’s 7 championship games this year have gone over that line, as have 2 of Latton’s 4 outings. Make of it what you will, the market as ever will dictate the ultimate prices.

Looking to the hurling and Oulart The Ballagh will form the cornerstone of most GAA accumulators this weekend. If you are rolling up the favourites do make sure to look under the Club Specials link on Ladbrokes.com as we keep some special value enhanced prices tucked away there.

We offer 4/1 that the Wexford champions win along with Crusheen, Ballygunner and Ballyboden. We also have a handicap special for all 4 of those teams to win by 3 points our more. All specials are for 60 minutes play only.

Chief market mover in this weekend’s games has been Crusheen who have been backed into 5/6 favourites to beat Carrigtwohill from an opening price of 11/8.

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