Sports gambling enthusiasts in Ireland tend to follow sports such as horse racing and football which are popular all over the world, but they also have their own unique sports gambling opportunities presented by the GAA sports of Gaelic Football and Hurling. In fact at this time of year gambling on the GAA sports often takes precedence because of the different seasons. Fans of gambling on Hurling and Football will know that we are now rapidly approaching the business end of the season for both the All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship and the All Ireland Senior Football Championship. Next weekend there are important matches in the Ulster, Munster and Connacht Football Championships for football gambling fans to consider, plus of course four matches in the O’Duffy Cup. The following weekend sees the first two quarter finals of the All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship for hurling gambling fans with Galway taking on Cork and the Munster finalists against Dublin. Anyone interested in gambling on hurling and taking a look at the Paddy Power odds for the overall winner this year will find that Kilkenny are overwhelming favourites at 11/10, with Tipperary at 7/1. Is it really that much of a foregone conclusion or can there be an upset for the brave hurling gambling enthusiasts prepared to bet against them. Meanwhile the following weekend features the first two quarter finals of the All Ireland Football Championship making July, August and of course September busy months for GAA sports gambling fans who enjoy gambling on the knockout stages of the two premier GAA sports championships.