Waterford made it three wins from three in Division 1A of the National Hurling League by recording a one point victory over Tipperary in Semple Stadium on Sunday. The Déise County are now 5/2 from 3/1 to retain the Division 1 crown.
As a result of their defeat to Waterford, Tipperary have been eased to 6/1 from 9/2 to win a record 20th National Hurling League title.
Kilkenny recorded a four point win over Galway to make it two wins from three so far and are now 7/4 from 2/1 to win an eightieth title.
Clare, who remain unbeaten in Division 1B, are 15/2 to win a fourth title whilst Limerick, who are also unbeaten in Division 1B and will face Laois in Round 4, are next in the betting at 8/1.
Dublin, who trounced Cork in Croke Park on Saturday evening, have seen their price cut into 9/1 from 16/1. Cork have been eased out to 100/1 from 40/1 following their defeat that sees the Rebel County yet to register a win in the competition.
Liam Glynn, BoyleSports’ spokesperson said: “Waterford snatched a one point win over Tipperary thanks to an Austin Gleeson long range winner at Semple Stadium on Sunday. As a result The Déise County remain unbeaten in Division 1A and are now 5/2 from 3/1 to win back to back Division 1 National Hurling League titles.”
He added “Dublin demolished Cork in Croke Park by recording a ten point victory and Ger Cunningham’s squad have seen their price cut into 9/1 from 16/1 to win a fourth National Hurling League title having last lifted the Dr. Croke Cup back in 2011.”
National Hurling League Division 1 2016 – Outright Betting
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