Sport: Draw For First Round Of Senior Football Qualifiers Made


The draw for the first round of this year’s All-Ireland senior football qualifiers has been made.

A new qualifying system this year sees the draw split into two rounds, with four games each in Round 1A and Round 1B.

In Round 1A, Laois, who lost to Dublin in yesterday’s Leinster Quarter Final, will face Fermanagh.

Elsewhere, Derry face Longford – after Longford were beaten by Wexford on Saturday.

Limerick take on London and Wicklow face Offaly in an All-Leinster duel.

Those games will take place on the 21st June.

The Round 1B ties will be played the week on the 28th June.

The losers of Monaghan against Tyrone in the Ulster Quarter-Final next Sunday will take on Louth.

Cavan will face Westmeath.

The losers of next Saturday’s Munster Quarter Final replay between Clare and Waterford will take on the losers of next Sunday’s Leinster Quarter Final clash between Carlow and Meath.

And Down will battle it out with Leitrim.

The venues, dates and times of the games will be confirmed by the Central Competitions Control Committee in due course.

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