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Tyrone to face Monaghan or Armagh in qualifiers

Updated: Wednesday, 02 Jul 2014 11:00 | Comments

Tyrone's PJ Quinn in action during Saturday's qualifier win over Louth
Tyrone's PJ Quinn in action during Saturday's qualifier win over Louth

There will be an all-Ulster clash in the second round of the All Ireland SFC qualifiers after Tyrone were drawn against the losers of the Monaghan v Armagh Ulster semi-final replay, following this morning's draw for Round 2A and 2B.

Monaghan and Armagh finished all square 0-14 each in Saturday night’s Ulster semi-final in Clones with the teams set to replay next weekend. 

Tyrone, meanwhile, cruised into the second round of the qualifiers with a comfortable 2-21 to 0-10 win over Louth at Healy Park.

Elsewhere in the draw, Cavan will take on Roscommon in a repeat of their Division 3 league final meeting - which Roscommon won 1-17 to 0-18 - while yesterday's Leinster semi-final losers, Wexford and KIldare, will face Laois and Down respectively. 

The four games in Round 2A will take place this weekend with the four games in Round 2B to be played the following weekend.

All-Ireland SFC qualifiers Round 2A

Saturday 5 July

Tipperary v Longford, Semple Stadium, 1645
Limerick v Antrim, Gaelic Grounds, 1400
Wicklow v Sligo, Aughrim, 1700

Sunday 6 July

Wexford v Laois, Wexford Park, 1400

All-Ireland SFC qualifiers Round 2B
(Games to be played on Saturday 12 July, times TBC)

Carlow v Clare, Dr. Cullen Park
Cavan v Roscommon, Kingspan Breffni Park
Tyrone v Monaghan/Armagh, Venue TBC
Down v Kildare, Páirc Esler

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