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Monaghan all the rage for dominance in Ulster SFC

May 19, 2017, 15:00


9/2 from 6/1 to win back Anglo-Celt Cup

Ahead of six GAA football games taking place this weekend, BoyleSports can report support for Monaghan to win the Ulster SFC.

The Farney County open their Championship campaign on Saturday evening at home to Fermanagh and are red hot at 1/7 to win the game and progress to the Ulster quarter-finals where they will meet Cavan.

BoyleSports can report support for Malachy O'Rourke’s squad to repeat their 2015 success and win back the Anglo-Celt Cup. Monaghan are now 9/2 from 6/1 to win the Ulster SFC with reigning champions Tyrone heading the outright betting at present at 13/8.

Mayo, Wexford, Laois, Louth and Donegal are all expected to prevail in the other games of the weekend with an accumulator including Monaghan to win on Saturday night working out at 3/1.

Liam Glynn, BoyleSports spokesperson said “Ahead of their opening Preliminary Round match against Fermanagh in Clones on Saturday evening we have seen a hoard of support over the past week for Monaghan to win the Ulster SFC resulting in their price being cut into 9/2 from 6/1.”

He added “All six of the favourites to oblige this weekend is priced at 3/1 however we feel that the tricky match might come down to the clash between Laois and Longford on Sunday in Portlaoise. We have seen some support for Longford resulting in Laois being eased slightly to 4/7 from 1/2.”


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Ulster SFC 2017 - Outright Betting

Tyrone 13/8

Donegal 3/1

Monaghan 9/2

Cavan 15/2

Armagh 11/1

Down 14/1

Derry 20/1

Fermanagh 40/1

Antrim 150/1

EW 1/3 1, 2

For more information, contact:

Liam Glynn, PR Executive, BoyleSports

Tel: 0035387 955 0286




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