Written by · 29 June 2012 · Category: GAA

The Ulster Championship provided the Championship the shot in the arm it so badly needed last weekend when Down and Monaghan gave us an engaging encounter in the first of the Ulster Semi-Finals. Trailing by 5 at half time and after being dominated in every sector of the field, Down somehow turned it around to [read more]

Written by · 29 June 2012 · Category: Cycling

There is plenty more going on betting wise in this Tour outside of the GC. I will take a look at the points, KOM, young rider jerseys as well as the best overall team. These markets can be easier to read than the overall and can offer good betting choices. First up the points jersey. [read more]

Written by · 28 June 2012 · Category: Cycling

It is the 99th edition of the Tour this year with 21 stages covering 3,497 kilometres. It consists this year of 9 flat stages, 4 medium mountain stages, 5 high mountain stages and 2 ITT stages. This year’s Tour will start in Belgium and run South through the Juras and the Alps, before crossing over to the [read more]

Written by · 18 June 2012 · Category: Horse Racing

This 2m4f handicap is one of the longest distance races in the flat calendar. National Hunt trainers tend to do exceptionally well in it with their plethora of classy staying horses and it is targeted in particular by the Pipe stable who have won it 3 times in the past 10 years. Only 3 renewals since 2002 [read more]