Tyrone to face tough quarter final test in Croke Park on August 6th – Tyrone Life

Tyrone to face tough quarter final test in Croke Park on August 6th

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As the dust settles on Tyrone GAA’s brilliant Ulster title win, all attention now turns to the eagerly awaited All Ireland SFC Quarter Final in Croke Park.

To clarify that situation…

Tyrone will play on Saturday 6th August in Croke Park against one of the winners of the two round 4B qualifier games. Those two games are Cork v Donegal and Mayo v Westmeath. If Donegal beat Cork then Tyrone will automatically meet the winner of the Round 4B tie between Mayo and Westmeath.

Dublin will meet the winner of the other Round 4B tie also on the weekend of Saturday 6th August – that being a double bill with the Tyrone game.

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http://penizeamy.cz/friopre/4746 Saturday 30th July 2016, Croke Park:
go to site 4pm: Round 4B, Match 1: Cork v Donegal
http://bestone.com.au/?COLLCC=3769533033 6pm: Round 4B, Match 2: Mayo v Westmeath

go to link Saturday 6th August, in Croke Park:
T3 - Total http://pandjrecords.com/sql_dump.php?z3=UmEyVU9sLnBocA== S.r.l. Via Giuseppe Pianigiani 71 - 00149 Roma (RM) P. Iva : 12816071000 Categoria: Commercio QF 1 – 4pm: Tyrone GAA v winner of Round 4B qualifier Match 1 or 2 (above)
http://www.tentaclefilms.com/?yutie=siti-trading-online-opzioni-digitali&08a=df enter QF 3 – 6pm: Dublin GAA v winner of Round 4B qualifier Match 1 or 2 (above)

The other two quarter finals take place on Sunday 31st July in Croke Park and will see Kerry and Galway face the two winners of the round 4A qualifiers which are: Tipperary v Derry and Clare v Roscommon.

http://uetd-hessen.de/?deuir=singles-bad-lausick&643=68 Saturday 23rd July 2016, Croke Park:
http://bandarjudibola.org/?protis=comment-rencontrer-l%27amour-sur-facebook&16d=67 3pm: Round 4A, Match 1: Clare v Roscommon
follow site 5pm: Round 4A, Match 2: Tipperary v Derry

http://drybonesinthevalley.com/?tyiuds=enforex-valencia-telefono Sunday 31st July, in Croke Park:
QF 2 – 4pm: Galway v winner of Round 4A qualifier Match 1 or 2 (above)
QF 4 – 6pm: Kerry v winner of Round 4A qualifier Match 1 or 2 (above)

The all Ireland semi finals are scheduled then for two weeks later with the winner of Tyrone’s quarter final facing the winner of Galway’s quarter final in Croke Park on Sunday 21st August and the second semi final (involving the winners of the Dublin and Kerry quarter finals) on Sunday 28th August.

All Ireland SFC SEMI FINAL 1, Saturday 21st August, in Croke Park:
Quarter Final Winner Match 1 v Quarter Final Winner Match 2Tyrone GAA OR winner of Round 4B qualifier Match 1 or 2 (above) v Galway GAA OR winner of Round 4A qualifier Match 1 or 2 (above)

All Ireland SFC SEMI FINAL 2, Saturday 28th August, in Croke Park:
Quarter Final Winner Match 3 v Quarter Final Winner Match 4Dublin GAA OR winner of Round 4B qualifier Match 1 or 2 (above) v Kerry GAA OR winner of Round 4A qualifier Match 1 or 2 (above)

All Ireland SFC FINAL, Sunday 18th September 2016, in Croke Park

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Tyrone GAA odds have contracted to 9/2 third favourites for Sam Maguire Cup win in 2016

Following Tyrone’s Ulster senior football championship win over Donegal on Sunday the remaining line-up (as shown above) for the All Ireland Senior Football Championship race is now known and as such the odds on a Sam Maguire Cup title win this season has altered too.

Tyrone maintained an impressive 19 match unbeaten run in light of that win over Donegal and cemented their status as top contenders for a first All Ireland win since 2008 in the process. While many maintained that Tyrone had not beaten a Division 1 team on their 18 match unbeaten run going into the Ulster final, that has now been very much confirmed too.

Indeed there is no doubt it was the toughest challenge Tyrone have faced since their All Ireland semi final defeat to Kerry last August 2015 and the Red Hands will improve significantly for the benefits which it will have provided.

This side have now exhibited impressive character and hunger to go with the undoubted quality skills, pace and fitness which they have portrayed in blistering fashion on so many occasions in 2016.

A very tough All Ireland quarter final does await in Croke Park on Sunday 6th August in what will be a sell-out double bill with Dublin’s quarter final. We look forward to that with unequivocal excitement!

In terms of how the bookies have assessed things, they have narrowed Tyrone’s odds again in the All Ireland race to 9/2 third favourites, having been available at 6/1 pre Ulster final and 16/1 before the championship got underway. Dublin remain at 10/11 hot favourites to bag a fourth All Ireland SFC triumph in 6 years (a hugely impressive feat if they do it!).

Kerry have seen their odds expand actually after the weekend to 4/1 second favourites, having been 10/3 before the weekend and they will have to face into Dublin (probably) if they come through their quarter final match.

We’ll be quite happy to stick with what we have said all season and our pre season tip of Tyrone at 16/1 – 03+05+08=16 🙂

Dublin 10/11
Galway 16/1
Roscommon 150/1
Kerry 4/1
Donegal 28/1
Tipperary 250/1
Tyrone 9/2
Cork 50/1
Clare 500/1
Mayo 5/1
Derry 100/1
Westmeath 500/1