Na Piarsaigh remain the bookies favourites despite Kilmallock’s perfect start | SHC Odds

They had 19-points to spare against Doon in round three and welcomed back David Dempsey from the start but have yet to call upon All-Star William O’Donoghue.

Na Piarsaigh remain the team to beat according to the bookies after three rounds of the Limerick Senior Hurling Championship.

Last year’s champions are still odds on to retain their crown where they are priced at 4/6 with Paddy Power.

They had 19-points to spare against Doon in round three and welcome back David Dempsey from the start but have yet to call upon All-Star William O’Donoghue.

8 July 2023; William O’Donoghue of Limerick during the GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final match between Limerick and Galway at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo by Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

Despite winning a third successive game (the only team in the SHC to do so), Kilmallock are still next best at 7/2, their price not wavering between rounds. Patrickswell also remain the same at 9/2.

Doon, who were on the receiving end of that heavy defeat to the Caherdavin men fall to 9/1 from 4.5. They are one of two things that see their price drop alongside round three losers Adare who fall from 25s to 50/1.

The team that beat them, Mungret St Pauls (40/1) stay the same as do the joint fifth favourites Ahane and Ballybrown (both 33/1).

Monaleen move from 50s to 40/1 while Kildimo Pallaskenry can still be got at 100/1. There are no odds offered on Garryspillane and South Liberties.

Limerick SHC Odds (Paddy Power)

  • Na Piarsaigh 4/6 (8/11)
  • Kilmallock 7/2 (=)
  • Patrickswell 9/2 (=)
  • Doon 9/1 (11/2)
  • Ahane 33/1 (=)
  • Ballybrown 33/1 (=)
  • Mungret St Pauls 40/1 (=)
  • Monaleen 40/1 (50/1)
  • Adare 50/1 (25/1)
  • Kildimo Pallaskenry 100/1 (=)

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