first_imgMurphy and Sam in Carn in 2012DONEGAL have been ranked 20/1 outsiders to lift Sam Maguire this year – but are joint favourites with Tyrone to lift the Ulster title.The All-Ireland Football Championship kicks off this weekend with the highlights being Offaly taking on Longford in Round 1 of the Leinster Championship on Sunday as well as Fermanagh taking on Antrim in the Ulster Preliminary Round.Reigning champions Dublin remain the warm favourites at 11/10 to retain the Sam Maguire trophy and are 1/14 to retain the Delaney Cup and win a 55th title. Jim Gavin’s squad can be backed at 4/9 to reach the All-Ireland Final come September for the fourth time in the last six years.Dublin’s nearest rival in the outright betting are National Football League runners up, Kerry, who are priced at 3/1 to lift the Sam Maguire for a record 38th time. The Kingdom are 4/9 to retain the Munster SFC crown and win it for a 78th time whilst they are currently on offer at 7/4 to reach the All Ireland final.The Ulster SFC is wide open with both Tyrone and Donegal heading the betting at 9/4. Tyrone are currently priced at 12/1 to lift the Sam Maguire trophy whilst reigning Ulster champions, Monaghan, can be backed at 11/2 to retain the Ulster crown and 40/1 to go all the way and win the All-Ireland for the first time.Donegal are ranked 20/1 to repeat the glory of 2012. Connacht sees Mayo red hot at 8/15 to win a 47th title with Roscommon their nearest rivals in the betting at 3/1. Mayo are currently 11/2 to finally end their All-Ireland SFC curse whilst they are available at 7/4 to reach the final.Liam Glynn, BoyleSports’ spokesperson said: “It’s that time of the year again when the tea and ham sandwiches are packed for the Championship Sunday journeys and already Dublin are starting to become a large liability for the firm that no doubt will grow bigger as the action gets into gear.”He added “The Top Championship Scorer market is hotting up and its currently Mayo’s Cillian O’Connor that heads the betting at 3/1 to score the most throughout the season whilst we are starting to see interest in the current 10/1 available about Dublin’s Dean Rock.”ODDS:All Ireland Senior Football Championship 2016 Dublin 11/10Kerry 3/1Mayo 11/2Tyrone 12/1 Cork 16/1Donegal 20/1Roscommon 33/1Monaghan 40/1Galway 50/1Derry 100/1Meath 100/1Cavan 100/1Kildare 100/1Armagh 125/1300/1 BarEW 1/2 1, 2All Ireland Senior Football Championship 2016 – To Reach The FinalDublin 4/9Mayo 7/4Kerry 7/4Tyrone 3/1Cork 6/1Donegal 7/1Monaghan 14/1Roscommon 14/1Galway 16/125/1 BarAll Ireland Senior Football Championship 2016 – Top Championship ScorerCillian O’Connor 3/1Conor McManus 8/1Dean Rock 10/1Ciaran Murtagh 14/1Colm O’Neill 14/1Bernard brogan 14/1Tomas Corrigan 16/1Sean Quigley 20/1Neil Flynn 20/1Michael Newman 20/1John Heslin 20/125/1 BarEW 1/4 1, 2, 3Leinster SFC 2016 – Outright BettingDublin 1/14Kildare 14/1Meath 16/1Westmeath 50/1Laois 66/1Wexford 150/1Offaly 300/1Longford 300/1Louth 300/1Wicklow 1000/1Carlow 1000/1Munster SFC 2016 – Outright BettingKerry 4/9Cork 2/1Tipperary 20/1Clare 125/1Limerick 300/1Waterford 300/1Ulster SFC 2016 – Outright BettingTyrone 9/4Donegal 9/4Monaghan 11/2Cavan 8/1Derry 10/1Armagh 16/1Down 20/1Fermanagh 25/1Antrim 150/1Connacht SFC 2016 – Outright BettingMayo 8/15Roscommon 3/1Galway 9/2Sligo 33/1Leitrim 200/1London 200/1DONEGAL 20/1 OUTSIDERS FOR ALL-IRELAND was last modified: May 10th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:20/12016all-irelandBOYLESPORTSdonegaloddslast_img

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