ODDS | Na Piarsaigh remain the team to beat in the Limerick SHC

The 2020 champions remain the team to beat heading into the final round of the Limerick SHC.

Starting the competition as championship favourites despite relinquishing their title in the semi-finals last year, 100% Na Piarsaigh remain the team to beat in the Limerick SHC.

They pip Kilmallock and Doon in terms of odds with the final round of the championship down for decisiomn this weekend.

Na Piarsaigh have been flawless in the championship thus far and a fourth successive win has their spot in the semi-final cemented regardless of their final day result.

The Caherdavin are guaranteed to top the group and the pre tournament favourites haven’t budged from the 4/6 price set for them at the outset of the championship.

6 October 2019; William O’Donoghue of Na Piarsaigh during the Limerick County Senior Club Hurling Championship Final match between Na Piarsaigh and Patrickswell at LIT Gaelic Grounds in Limerick. Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

The defending champions Kilmallock are their nearest challengers according to the bookies at 3/1, moving in from their original price of 11/2. They can secure a semi-final place with a win over Doon this weekend. Indeed, Doon are next on the list at 9/2, in from 5/1. The East side can claim that last four berth should they overcome the Balbec.

Patrickswell fall to 9/1 (from 11/2) after suffering their third defeat of the championship. Still a win over Adare would be enough for a quarter-final berth.

Similarly, in group two, Ballybrown (33/1) and Kildimo Pallaskenry (40/1) know a victory in the final round would ensure a place in the quarter-finals.

Adare (66/1) need a win over Patrickswell to advance to the quarters while Ahane (150/1) need to beat Na Piarsaigh, hope Patrickswell and Adare play out a draw all the while overcoming a scoring deficit.

South Liberties can be got at 100/1 as they need a win over Ballybrown and results elsewhere to go their way in a bid to progress. Garryspillane and Mungret St Pauls are in a similar position and are priced at 150/1.

2022 Limerick SHC Odds (Post-Round Four)

  • Na Piarsaigh 4/6
  • Kilmallock 3/1
  • Doon 9/2
  • Patrickswell 9/1
  • Ballybrown 33/1
  • Kildimo Pallaskenry 40/1
  • Adare 66/1
  • South Liberties 100/1
  • Ahane 150/1
  • Mungret St Pauls 150/1
  • Garryspillane 150/1

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