How the ‘All-Ireland Hurling Final’ Squares work:
The board contains 100 squares (10 rows and 10 columns). One County will be assigned the rows, while the other County will be assigned the columns. The numbers between zero and nine are randomly chosen for each row and column, which allows for every possible score combination.
Each square is £10 and players will be assigned a square randomly. (Using a digital random number generator until all the squares are filled)
Each square has a corresponding row and column number. At the end of each half, players will look to see if those two numbers match the end digits of each team’s point total.
For example, if the score at the end of the first half is Limerick 1-12 (15), Kilkenny 0-13 (13), then the player with the square that corresponds with 5 for Limerick and 3 for Kilkenny wins.
The same logic applies to the second half score and overall score.
£10 per square. £400 prize money in total.
First half: £100
Second half: £100
Full time: £200