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GAA Super Bonus Acca: Offaly can help us kick-off new season

| 15.05.2015

It’s back! Our friends from across the Irish Sea are once again compiling another series of GAA Super Bonus Accas to tie in with the new Championship season. 

Football takes centre stage and you can get 5/1 for Offaly, Laois, Westmeath and Donegal all to win this weekend!

Here’s why you need to take full advantage of this latest enhancement:

OFFALY to beat Longford – LEINSTER SFC

Longford have been afforded the opportunity to exact revenge for their 13-point defeat to Offaly in the pair’s recent Division 4 League final.

That was a somewhat surprising result given the fact that they’d won the previous three meetings between the two.

But we’re siding with Offaly again, albeit they may not triumph by a similar margin.

LAOIS to beat Carlow – LEINSTER SFC

It’s not hard to see why Laois are considered heavy favourites against a Carlow outfit who’ve been operating in the bottom division for many years.

Although the visitors have themselves struggled of late – narrowly avoiding relegation from a strong Division 2 this year – they’ve been handed some timely injury news.

Carlow’s first choice goalkeeper is suspended while impressive Laois pairing Donie Kingston and Ross Munnelly will be expected to do plenty of damage.


Both of these sides suffered relegation from their respective divisions this term and wholesale changes make this a tricky tie to predict.

Louth this fixture by five points last year but they’ve lost a host of experienced players since then, most notably star midfielder Paddy Keenan and full forward Shane Lennon.

That, and their abysmal defensive record, looks set to give Westmeath the edge. In John Heslin the visitors boast a player capable of exploiting any weaknesses.

DONEGAL to beat Tyrone – ULSTER SFC

Arguably the biggest clash of the weekend, this Ulster derby will be riveting viewing.

Reigning province champions Donegal have won the last three Championship meetings between the two and beat them easily in the league this year.

To further compound Tyrone’s misery they were relegated from Division 1 this year and they’ll be all too aware of the fearsome physical challenge that awaits them.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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William Geldart

William contributed to a number of online football blogs before finally finding his pot of gold at the end of the rainbow alongside the rest of the Ladbrokes News team. Now indulging passions for football, horse racing, greyhounds, boxing and political betting. Supports Wycombe Wanderers and can be spotted at various lower league and non-league grounds across the country.