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GAA Super Bonus Acca: We’re all set for semi-final showdowns

| 19.06.2015

Hold on to your hats because we’re all over this weekend’s GAA Championship semi-finals. Connacht, Munster and Leinster’s finest go head-to-head in a trio of titanic football and hurling last-four contests.

And as ever we couldn’t resist adding a little extra spice to proceedings. This week’s GAA Super Bonus Acca sees Roscommon, Tipperary, Kilkenny and Offaly boosted as part of a 3/1 package that you NEED to get stuck in to. 

Last weekend’s 10/3 four-fold came in – along with almost every other GAA bet placed apparently – but that hasn’t stopped our Celtic cousins sticking their neck on the line again.

Here’s why you must get involved:

ROSCOMMON to beat Sligo – Connacht SFC Semi-Final (Saturday 19:00, Live on Sky Sports 5)

Roscommon are looking strong this season having already picked up the Division 2 title and they’re being tipped to continue their progress in this Connacht semi-final.

They’re supported by a strong backbone of up and coming stars with the likes of Diarmuid Murtagh possessing plenty of scoring power.

Sligo have certainly picked up of late under manager Niall Carew but this looks a step too far.

TIPPERARY to beat Limerick – Munster SHC Semi-Final (Sunday 16:00, Live on RTE2)

All-Ireland favourites Tipperary are hoping to finally get one over Limerick having been beaten by their rivals in the last two years in the Munster Championship.

The visitors are unlikely to let the same happen again and can be backed to reach the final against Waterford.

Limerick only just sneaked past Clare in the opening round and their defence looks vulnerable here.

KILKENNY to beat Wexford – Leinster SHC Semi Final (Sunday 14:00, Live on RTE2)
Reigning All-Ireland champions Kilkenny may be depleted by retirements and injury but don’t be too quick to write them off.
A talented and progressive  Wexford outfit are likely to cause problems for the Cats but the news that one of their best forwards, Jack Guiney, has been thrown out of the squad for disciplinary reasons is a big blow.
Anything other than a Kilkenny home win would be considered a major shock.
OFFALY to beat Waterford – All Ireland Qualifiers Round 1 (Saturday 14:00)
Both of these teams are in need of an upturn in fortunes following first round Provincial defeats but it’s Offaly who get the narrow vote from us.
Waterford were recently thrashed by 22 points at Tipperary and haven’t won a game since the first weekend of the league season.
Meanwhile, Offaly had much the better campaign and were six point winners over Waterford earlier on in the season during their successful promotion push.
That form could be key here against opponents who will be low on confidence.


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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.