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The draw for the second round of the SFC qualifiers sees Kildare paired with Cavan while Roscommon take on Tyrone

Updated: Monday, 02 Jul 2012 17:19 | Comments

Kildare face a trip to Cavan after falling to Meath in the Leinster semi-final Redmond Barry's Wexford make the trip to Tipp for round 2 of the qualifiers GAA president Liam O'Neill made the draw for the second round of the SFC qualifiers
Kildare face a trip to Cavan after falling to Meath in the Leinster semi-final Redmond Barry's Wexford make the trip to Tipp for round 2 of the qualifiers GAA president Liam O'Neill made the draw for the second round of the SFC qualifiers

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GAA president Liam O'Neill and Liam Hayes this morning made the draw for the second round of the qualifiers for the All-Ireland senior football championships.

Roscommon, who caused a real upset when beating Armagh on Sunday, will face another Ulster challenge when they welcome Tyrone to Dr Hyde Park.

Kildare, who were beaten by Meath this weekend, will travel to Kingspan Breffni Park to take on Cavan, whose flurry of late goals secured victory over Fermanagh in the first round of the qualifiers.

Kerry, beaten by Cork in the Munster semi-final, will travel to Mullingar to take on a Westmeath side that got the better of Louth this weekend, while Wexford will be hoping to bounce back from their defeat by Dublin when they make the trip to Tipperary.

Galway, who so comfortably accounted for Roscommon in the first round of the Connacht championship before exiting with a surprising defeat by Sligo, will journey north to Antrim, who battled bravely to see off the spirited challenge of London.

The dates and times will be confirmed by the CCCC on Tuesday.

SFC qualifiers second round draw:

Antrim v Galway

Leitrim v Wicklow

Westmeath v Kerry

Roscommon v Tyrone

Longford v Limerick

Cavan v Kildare

Laois v Monaghan

Tipperary v Wexford

*Games will be played on the weekend of 14, 15 July.

*Extra time will be played in all games if necessary. 

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