See here for the Sports Rules that apply for bets placed before: 12-01-2023
If a match is postponed, all bets on that match will be void unless it is rescheduled to take place within 72 hours of its originally scheduled start time. For the purpose of this rule, the scheduled start time of a match shall be that which is declared by the GAA Central Council, the individual provincial councils, and/or the individual county boards which determine the applicable competition fixtures. In the event of any conflict or inconsistency between the start times declared by any of the foregoing, the order of priority shall be (in descending order): (i) the GAA Central Council then (ii) the individual provincial councils then (iii) the individual county boards.
Bets will be settled on the total (goals plus points) scored by the named player. The player must start for bets to stand. Placed balls (i.e. free-kicks, penalties, 45s and side-line balls) that result in a score will count towards bets on a player to score under or over a total number of points unless otherwise stated.
Bets will be settled based on the results of the official All-Star award ceremony.
Bets will be settled on the basis of which goalkeeper first touches the ball while the match is in an active passage of play. For example, if a goalkeeper touches the ball but the referee brings back play for any reason (for example, a free kick is awarded in respect of an infringement that occurred before the goalkeeper touched the ball), the goalkeeper will, for the purposes of these rules, be deemed not to have touched the ball.
Bets will be settled on the official result, which is declared by RTE Sport (or such other organisation as is nominated by us from time to time).
Bets involving woodwork to be hit require that the ball must hit a goalpost or the crossbar during active play. If the ball hits the woodwork after the referee has stopped play, then it will not count. If the ball hits the woodwork twice or more in succession, each connection with the woodwork will count separately.
Own goals scored by the opposition team will count towards a team's goal tally. However, own goals scored by a player will not count towards that player's goal tally.
The Sportsbook General Rules will apply for any category of bets or markets not referred to in these Specific Sports Rules.