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How to run a last man standing for GAA championship

  • 03-03-2020 3:14pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 2,874 ✭✭✭ clint_silver


    Lads/lasses

    Anyone ran a LMS competition for the GAA championship before, Im thinking it wouldnt be too hard to pick a winner each week and even then not all teams play each week so if you've done it before how did you do it?

    cheers


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  • Registered Users Posts: 1,964 ✭✭✭ rpurfield


    Why don't you look at a predictions league instead. Cortown in Meath do one for the NFL and the club championship, they weight the points according to bookies prices so for example if you have Dublin and Meath this weekend it will probably be 2 points for a Dublin win, 5 for Meath or 7/8 for a draw. they have a website gaapredictions.com if you want to have a look.

    The other thing you could do on last man standing is base it off the hurling round robins. There's five rounds in them it might be a good starting point.


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,874 ✭✭✭ clint_silver


    rpurfield wrote: »
    Why don't you look at a predictions league instead. Cortown in Meath do one for the NFL and the club championship, they weight the points according to bookies prices so for example if you have Dublin and Meath this weekend it will probably be 2 points for a Dublin win, 5 for Meath or 7/8 for a draw. they have a website gaapredictions.com if you want to have a look.

    The other thing you could do on last man standing is base it off the hurling round robins. There's five rounds in them it might be a good starting point.

    I like it thanks. Will take a look.


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