29 June 2018
By Byran Smyth
Both the Munster and Leinster Senior Hurling Championship take place this weekend with Cork and Galway defending their titles against Clare and Kilkenny.
BoyleSports are tipping up the Tribesmen and Rebels to retain their respective titles at 11/8 whilst Clare and Galway to come out provincial champions is priced at 6/4.
Galway managed a comfortable 1-22 to 2-11 victory against Kilkenny the last time the two sides met and hold a 4/11 advantage ahead of the clash. The Cats are priced at 11/4 to claim victory at Croke Park.
Not only do Cork have the Munster Cup to defend, but a seven match unbeaten run in the Munster SFC, that stretches across two years to uphold. Kieran Kingston’s side are Even money, to make a repeat of their final victory over Clare last year.
The Banner are 11/10 to make up for their 1-25 to 1-20 defeat last season and bring home the Munster Cup for the first time in 20 years.
BoyleSports’ double winnings offer applies to both provincial finals and will see double winnings as a free bet if there is a goal within the first 10 minutes of the match.
Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports commented “All the money has been for Galway at 4/11, however we have seen some optimistic punters latch onto the 11/4 for Kilkenny following the news that Colin Fennelly and Richie Hogan are back.”
She added “Despite Cork’s even money odds and their unbeaten run, punters are honing in on Clare’s 11/10 to win on Sunday and pose the liability in book at present.”