While they are second favourites to claim the Leinster Club Senior Football title this year, Offaly champions Rhode are outsiders when it comes to the betting for the All Ireland Club Senior Football title.
Following their win over Simonstown yesterday, Rhode are now priced at 11/2 to win the provincial title with the side they face in the last four, Sean O'Mahony's of Louth, marginally longer odds at 7/1. Dublin champions St Vincent's are raging hot favourites at 2/7 with St Columba's of Longford priced at 10/1.
St Vincent's are also favourites to win the All Ireland and can be backed at 2/1 while Rhode are priced at 33/1.
Galway side Corofin are now 9/4 second favourites from 11/4 to win a third All-Ireland title. Kerry’s Dr Crokes remain 7/2 to win the All-Ireland Club SFC title for a second time after progressing to the Munster Club SFC final whilst Derry’s Slaughtneil are next in the betting at 15/2 with Ulster SFC Final opponents Kilcoo hot on their heels at 10/1.
Roscommon’s St Brigids, who lifted the title back in the 2012/13 season and face Corofin in the Connacht final, are 11/1 to win back the crown whilst Offaly’s Rhode are priced at 33/1.
Liam Glynn, BoyleSports spokesperson said, “The 2016/17 All Ireland Club SFC is now getting down to the nitty-gritty and at present it’s Dr Crokes that pose as the worst result in the antepost book for the firm having seen their price cut into 7/2 from an initial 6/1 back in early October.”
He added, “Corofin are now starting to see support after they shook off Castlebar St Mitchels on Sunday to book a place in the Connacht Club SFC Final against Roscommon side and 2012/13 champions St Brigids. The Galway side are now 9/4 second favourites behind St Vincent's but we are happy to lay away at the current price as the competition still remains wide open.”
Leinster Club SFC 2016 - Outright Betting
St Vincents 2/7
Sean O'Mahonys 7/1
St Columbas 10/1
All Ireland Club SFC 2016/17 - Outright Betting
St Vincents 2/1
Dr Crokes 7/2
St Brigids 11/1
St Columbas 50/1
The Nire 50/1
Sean O Mahonys 66/1
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