Jun 5, 2017 -- 3:39PM, Mr Mischief wrote:
Wexford v Kilkenny should be a belter this coming Saturday night. Cody v Davy Fitz(you might find yourself sitting next to Davy in the stands!). Kilkenny are not the force they were but they still have the likes of Ritchie Hogan and TJ Reid. Wexford are reborn under Davy this year and won promotion to Div 1A. They have some marquee hurlers themselves including the likes of Lee Chin and Ciaran McDonald. They are at home, in sizzling form and Davy will be sure to have them psyched to the gills. Kilkenny are still the benchmark but anything around 11/4 for the yellowbellies represents genuine value imo.
Ye were told. Wexford are the only side to beat Galway this year but I don't think they can do it twice. Joe Canning is doing some of his best hurling this year and his link up play with David Burke has Galway as deserved favorites for the All Ireland. They are a different beast under Donoghue and have been consistent for a number of years now. Unless they get beset by injuries I can't see them been beaten this Summer
Jul 4, 2017 -- 6:35AM, peckerdunne wrote:
People have short memories...It's my opinion that Galway at 6/4 is a shocking price.....Anyway i have topped up on the cats at 10/1 and 9/1 and took a small bit more on Waterford at 11s...I have seen a little improvement in Kilkenny against Limerick and expect a little more too, which i hope will see them past Deise. Cody is still tinkering due to injuries and lack of this and that but you can see the shape taking place.Will any of that be enough remains to be seen but get a win against Waterford and the 10/1 will look gargantuan...Waterford still a good bunch but perhaps the sweeper system has held them back..Either way ill have a value bet in the last 4...Galway will let ye all down..............yev bin warnt..
To me, Tipp & clare are the only teams with the class of player to stop Galway.
People will laugh when I say Clare, but look at them from midfield up player for player, if they catch fire, they'd give any team trouble. I can see them beating Cork & giving Nash a hard time on the puck outs, was talking to a guy & he said that will be a central plank of the strategy.