The two Super 8 groups for this year's All-Ireland Football Championship quarter-finals have been filled following the conclusion of the weekend's round 4 football qualifiers.
Mayo's victory over Galway and Meath's win over Clare means they go into Group 1 along with Munster winners Kerry and Ulster champions Donegal.
Cork's win over Laois and Tyrone's win against Cavan sees them enter Group 2 along with Leinster champions Dublin and Connacht winners Roscommon.
The first round of games take place next weekend with the four provincial champions all at home. The second weekend will see all four games played at Croke Park. The third and final round of matches will be played over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Super 8 groups
Super 8 fixtures 2019
July 14th @ 2pm - Donegal vs Meath in MacCumhaill Park, Ballybofey
July 14th @ 4pm - Kerry vs Mayo in Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney
July 21st @ 2pm - Mayo vs Meath in Croke Park
July 21st @ 4pm - Kerry vs Donegal in Croke Park
August 3rd/4th - Mayo vs Donegal in MacHale Park, Castlebar
August 3rd/4th - Meath vs Kerry in Páirc Tailteann, Navan
July 13th @ 5pm - Roscommon vs Tyrone in Dr Hyde Park, Roscommon
July 13th @ 7pm - Dublin vs Cork in Croke Park
July 20th @ 5pm - Cork vs Tyrone in Croke Park
July 20th @ 7pm - Dublin vs Roscommon in Croke Park
August 3rd/4th - Cork vs Roscommon in Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
August 3rd/4th - Tyrone vs Dublin in Healy Park, Omagh
All-Ireland Football Championship semi-finals
August 10th/11th - Group 1 winner vs Group 2 runner-up
August 10th/11th - Group 2 winner vs Group 1 runner-up
All-Ireland Football Championship final
September 1st - Semi-final winner vs Semi-final winner
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