ODDS | Kilmallock the big risers in Limerick SHC odds but Na Piarsaigh still the favourites after round two

Kilmallock are the big movers at the top as they move into second favourites following a pair of wins to start the competition. The Balbec are the only team with a 100% record so far.

The first two rounds of the Limerick Senior hurling championship are in the books and there has been plenty of movement in the bookies odds since the kick off.

Despite losing their opener, Na Piarsaigh are still odds on favourites to retain their title but have seen their price rise slightly, from 4/6 to 8/11.

Kilmallock are the big movers at the top as they move from 6/1 fourth favourites into 7/2 following a pair of wins to start the competition. The Balbec are the only team with a 100% record so far.

Gavin O’Mahony scores a goal for Kilmallock in their 2023 Limerick SHC clash with Ahana. Credit: Tom Beary

Patrickswell (9/2) and Doon (11/2) remain at their original prices but have been leapfrogged by Kilmallock in the odds.

Adare are still fifth favourites but have seen their price rise to 25s while Ballybrown and Ahane can both still be got at 33/1.

Mungret St Pauls are one of only two teams to see their price fall as they move from 100/1 to 66/1 after going unbeaten in the opening two rounds.

The big fallers are Kildimo Pallaskenry as last year’s group two winners drop to 100/1 following a difficult start as do South Liberties with the 2022 semi-finalists available at 500/1.

2023 Limerick SHC Odds (Paddy Power)

  • Na Piarsaigh 8/11 (original price 4/6)
  • Kilmallock 7/2 (6/1)
  • Patrickswell 9/2 (9/2)
  • Doon 11/2 (11/2)
  • Adare 25/1 (20/1)
  • Ballybrown 33/1 (33/1)
  • Ahane 33/1 (33/1)
  • Mungret St Pauls 40/1 (100/1)
  • Monaleen 50/1 (33/1)
  • Kildimo Pallaskenry 100/1 (33/1)
  • Garryspillane 200/1 (100/1)
  • South Liberties 500/1 (25/1)

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