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Draw Made For Round Two Of The All-Ireland Football Qualifiers

Draw Made For Round Two Of The All-Ireland Football Qualifiers
By PJ Browne

The draw was made for round two of the All-Ireland Football Championship qualifiers on Monday morning.

The second round features the four winners from round one: Clare, Cork, Mayo, and Armagh. Clare defeated Meath, Cork beat Louth, Mayo were victorious against Monaghan, and Armagh got the better of Tyrone to maintain their chances of lifting Sam Maguire this season.

They were joined in the draw by the four losing provincial finalists: Donegal, Kildare, Limerick, and Roscommon.

It was an open draw conducted on Morning Ireland. Teams who had previously met in the provincial championships were able to meet again in round two of the qualifiers.

All-Ireland Football Championship Qualifiers Round 2

Roscommon vs Clare

Limerick vs Cork

Kildare vs Mayo

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Donegal vs Armagh

Neutral venues for round two will be determined by the Central Competitions Control Committee, and all fixtures details will be confirmed on Monday afternoon, with the fixtures scheduled for the weekend of June 11th/12th.

See Also: McGinley Thought Monaghan Had 'Nailed On' Penalty Shout Against Mayo

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