The end of the four provincial finals means the quarter-final groups loom on the horizon for Donegal, Kerry, Roscommon and Dublin who march on to Super 8 2019 stage.
Donegal and Dublin's comfortable victories over Cavan and Meath respectively means they will be kept apart in their upcoming groups. The Super 8 2019 Group 1 will now contain Kerry, Donegal, Meath or Clare, and Galway or Mayo.
In terms of fixtures, the first round of games are fixed for the 13/14 July. Kerry and Donegal will have home advantage, with Kerry set to face Galway or the qualifier winner. They will then play Donegal in Croke Park before going away to Meath or the qualifier winner.
Group 2 consists of Dublin, Roscommon, Cork or Laois and the winner of Cavan and Tyrone. Dublin will kick things off against the winner of Cork vs Laois before playing Roscommon. Both of those games are fixed for Croke Park.
The Round 3 qualifier draw which took place this morning makes things just a little clearer on