With another clutch of matches played last weekend and another lot due to be contested this coming one, this is the ideal time to make a charge in the prediction mini-league. Or not, in my case – after my brief gallop up the charts last time another mare of a performance last weekend has sent me tumbling back down the table.
Not so the young lad. He’s back up to seventh overall and still harbours dreams of back-to-back glory, even if he’d want to be getting a move on at this stage. Declan Leonard is still out in front but there’s little little to separate the main contenders. Updated leaderboard below.
6 thoughts on “Championship prediction mini-league – fifth update”
Bookies odds I wouldn’t necessarily agree with..
Cavan 1/2 to beat Tipp?
Leitrim I think should have better than 5/2 odds to beat Carlow
1/4 a bit generous to Mayo
Galway probably should be hotter than 4/9, they’ve picked a pacey team
Almost all should be tighter than odds suggest apart from Galway who should be even hotter.
And the more ridiculous odds altogether are Dublin 1/14 and Tyrone 2/11.
If mayo and donegal win Saturday do we play each other the next game
Winner of mayo v clare & Donegal v Meath play cork & lover of Galway/Ross.
Probably. draw on Mon morning.
But “mayo for ever” …. there is one game to be played and that is Mayo v Clare.
Thanks rise again
Not for one minute am I over looking clare because if we play like last week we will be out looking forward to the game
there has to be a middle ground where you are confident but not complacent. This has to be the game. We should be able to express ourselves and play to the process. I know that our form (for the most part) has been very disappointing year to date but incremental improvement is all we’re looking for. We are going to be fielding a strong side which should be more than able to beat a so called up and coming team.