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2024 GAA Championship Sam Maguire Draw: Premlinary Quarterfinal Draw Is Made

2024 GAA Championship Sam Maguire Draw: Premlinary Quarterfinal Draw Is Made
Ciaran O Flaithearta
By Ciaran O Flaithearta Updated
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The draw has taken place in the preliminary quarterfinals for the GAA All-Ireland football championship this morning as the hunt for Sam Maguire enters the knockout phase.

The group winners in the round robin groups - Dublin, Kerry, Armagh, Donegal - all receive byes to the quarterfinal stage.

Here's the draw in full:

  • Mayo v Derry
  • Louth v Cork
  • Tyrone v Roscommon
  • Galway v Monaghan

The second place teams all received home fixtures.

Fixture times will be announced later today.

Léigh an scéal seo trí Ghaeilge ar Liathróidí.ie brúigh anseo.

How does the Sam Maguire round robin format work?

If you've forgotten how the newish Sam Maguire round robin format works, we recommend reading this article.

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Sam Maguire Round Robin groups

Teams were divided into four pots depending on where they placed in the provincial championships. During the draw, teams were selected from each pot to determine the groups, which will then play a round robin series.

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The top three teams will progress from each group to the provisional quarterfinals.

Group 1

Team Played Won Drawn Lost Score Difference Points
Armagh (Q) 3 2 1 0 +16 5
Galway (q) 3 2 1 0 +9 5
Derry (q) 3 1 0 2 -12 2
Westmeath 3 0 0 3 -13 0

Group 2

Team Played Won Drawn Lost Score Difference Points
Dublin (Q) 3 2 1 0 +31 5
Mayo (q) 3 2 1 0 +11 5
Roscommon (q) 3 1 0 2 -8 2
Cavan 3 0 0 3 -34 0

Group 3

Team Played Won Drawn Lost Score Difference Points
Donegal (Q) 3 2 0 1 +29 4
Tyrone (q) 3 2 0 1 +12 4
Cork (q) 3 2 0 1 -1 4
Clare 3 0 0 3 -16 0

Group 4

Team Played Won Drawn Lost Score Difference Points
Kerry (Q) 3 2 0 0 +39 4
Louth (q) 3 1 1 1 -4 3
Monaghan (q) 3 1 1 1 -7 3
Meath 3 0 0 3 -28 0

Which counties advance directly to the All-Ireland quarterfinals?

The four first place teams advance directly to the quarterfinal stage of the tournament. Armagh, Dublin, Donegal, and Kerry were the teams to take a place in the quarterfinals.

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What are the pools for the preliminary quarterfinals?

Tyrone were the first team to confirm their place in the second place tier of the preliminary quarterfinals. They will be joined by Mayo, Galway, and Louth.

Cork will be in the third place pool, where they will be joined by Roscommon, Derry, and Monaghan.

Sam Maguire Round-Robin knockout fixtures and results

Round one took place between Saturday May 18th and Saturday May 25th. Round two is set to take place this Saturday and Sunday June 1st and 2nd.

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Round 1 - 18 May- 25 May

Kerry 0-24 - 1-11 Monaghan Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney May 18 15.oo GAAGO
Mayo 0-20 - 1-08 Cavan Mac Hale Park, Castlebar May 18 17.00 Untelevised
Galway 2-14 - 0-15 Derry Pearse Stadium, Salthill May 18 17.30 GAAGO
Clare 1-11 - 1-13 Cork Cusack Park, Ennis May 18 18.00 Untelevised
Dublin 2-19 - 0 13 Roscommon Croke Park, Dublin May 25 17:00 GAAGO
Louth 3-10 - 0-09 Meath Grattan Park, Inniskeen May 25 17:30 Untelevised
Armagh 0-16 - 0- 11 Westmeath BOX-IT Athletic Grounds, Armagh May 25 18:00 Untelevised
Donegal 0-24 - 0-14 Tyrone MacCumhaill Park, Ballybofey May 25 19:15 GAAGO

Round 2- 1st-2nd June 

Teams Venue Date Time TV Info
Cork 3-9 - 0-16 Donegal Páirc Uí Rinn, Cork June 1st 14:30 Untelevised
Roscommon 1-15 - 2-14 Mayo Dr.Hyde Park, Roscommon June 1st 17:00 GAAGO
Cavan 0-13 - 5-17 Dublin Kingspan Breffni Park, Cavan June 1st 19:00 GAAGO
Tyrone 3-15 - 0-10 Clare Healy Park, Omagh June 2nd 13:30 Untelevised
Meath 0-09 - 2-18 Kerry Páirc Tailteann, Navan June 2nd 14:00 RTÉ2
Westmeath 0-11 - 1-12 Galway TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar June 2nd 15:00 Untelevised
Monaghan 2-10 - 2-10 Louth St. Tiernach's Park, Clones June 2nd 15:30 Untelevised
Derry 0-15 - 3-17 Armagh Celtic Park, Derry June 2nd 16:00 RTÉ2

Round 3- 15th-16th June

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Teams Venue Date Time TV Info
Donegal 2-23 - 0-05 Clare Hastings Insurance MacHale Park, Castlebar June 15th 15:00 Untelevised
Tyrone 1-18 - 0-17 Cork Glensik O'Connor Park, Tullamore June 15th 15:00 GAAGO
Roscommon 3-20 - 1-20 Cavan Glennon Brothers Pearse Park, Longford June 15th 17:00 Untelevised
Derry 2-07 - 0-09 Westmeath Páirc Esler, Newry June 15th 19:00 GAAGO
Galway 0-15 - 1-12 Armagh Markievicz Park, Sligo June 16th 13:45 RTÉ One
Kerry 2-21 -1-10 Louth Laois Hire O'Moore Park, Portlaoise June 16th 15:00 Untelevised
Monaghan 1-17 - 1-14 Meath Kingspan Breffni Park, Cavan June 16th 15:00 GAAGO
Dublin 0-17 - 0-17 Mayo Dr. Hyde Park, Roscommon June 16th 15:45 RTÉ One

Preliminary Quarter-Finals

Teams Venue Date Throw-In Time Televised 
Galway v Monaghan Pearse Stadium, Galway June 22nd 4pm GAAGO
Tyrone v Roscommon O'Neills Healy Park, Omagh June 22nd 5pm GAAGO
Mayo v Derry Hastings Insurance MacHale Park, Castlebar June 22nd 6:30pm GAAGO
Louth v Cork Grattan Park, Inniskeen June 23rd 3pm GAAGO

When is the 2024 All-Ireland Senior Football Final?

The All-Ireland football final is set to take place on the 28th of July at Croke Park with a throw-in time yet to be decided.

SEE ALSO: 2024 Hurling Championship Fixtures: The Road To Liam MacCarthy

 

 

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