Sheriff are still deemed massive favourites to retain the FAI Junior Cup after the third round draw.
The AUL Premier A side are as short as 4-1 to win the tournament outright after drawing St. Malachys FC two rounds shy of the open draw.
St Michaels of Tipperary are the bookies second pick to raise the trophy in the Aviva next May with odds of 11/1.
Interestingly enough Ballynanty Rovers are deemed the best in Limerick. The likes of Nenagh, Carew Park, Janesboro and Pike Rovers, despite being without a permanent manager are fancied in the county to have a run in the tournament. However, Balla have recent final previous and have brought in some high profile players of late.
Boro and and Pike can be got at 16/1, while Carew seem a very good price at 33/1 considering their start to the season, those odds might reflect the fact Carew and Pike drew each other in the third round.
The most fancied Leinster Senior League side are Major Sunday outfit and reigning Leinster Senior League outfit Collinstown.
Check out the odds courtesy of Paddy Power below: