GAA Football And Hurling.

Gaelic Football and Hurling are probably two of the most exciting sports in the world, ask any Irishman and he will talk to you for hours about the virtues of these great sports. The good news is that there is one great bookmaker online who knows all about these sports and offers load of betting opportunities on both of them.

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If you are not familiar with either of these games PADDYPOWER of course, is ‘THE’ place to be.

From the National Football League odds and Sam Maguire Cup Betting, they also offer dozen of betting opportunities on every club game including handicap betting, first goalscorer odds, winning margins and much, much more.

When It comes to the hurling, betting markets including the provincial championships and Liam McCarthy Cup betting. They also offer a wide range of in-play markets on televised events, to let you bet as the drama unfolds.

Gaelic football is the most popular sport in Ireland in terms of attendance, with the 2011 All-Ireland Senior Championship Final, held at Croke Park, Dublin, drawing a crowd of 82,300 people.

Teams consist of fifteen players (a goalkeeper, two corner backs, a full back, two wing backs, a centre back, two mid fielders, two wing forwards, a centre forward, two corner forwards and a full forward), plus up to fifteen substitutes, of which five may be used.

Each player is numbered 1–15, starting with the goalkeeper, who must wear a jersey colour different from that of his or her teammates. Up to fifteen substitutes may be named on the team sheet, number 16 usually being the reserve goalkeeper.

Paddy Power are offering evens on Aherlow Gaels for a home win against Loughmore.

Hurling bets, Paddy Power are offering 1/10 on Ballyboden St Endas beating Lucan Sarsfields at home.

It’s clear to see that betting on Gaelic sports with Paddy Power is a must do .