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Donegal to take on Armagh again in All-Ireland qualifiers

All-Ireland qualifiers

Donegal will take on Armagh in the pick of the bunch for the second round of the All-Ireland qualifiers this weekend.

The two Ulster rivals have already played each other this year in their provincial championship and in the league, with Donegal coming out on top on both of those occasions.

Armagh were much improved against Tyrone yesterday however, and will believe that they have the firepower to reach a first All-Ireland quarter-final since 2017.

Limerick and Cork will be happy to be drawn against one another.

In the other provincial derby in the draw, Limerick will take on Cork. Both sides will be happy to have been drawn against one another as they have avoided a qualifier against Division One opposition.

Roscommon will take on Clare, after the latter claimed an impressive win against Meath in the first round of the qualifiers on Saturday.

Mayo will play Kildare, with the two sides coming into the game off the back of wildly different results, as the Westerners claimed a solid win over Monaghan while the Lilywhites were put to the sword by Dublin the last time out.

All of the All-Ireland qualifiers will be played this weekend at neutral venues, with the All-Ireland quarter-finals set to take place on the weekend of June 25th/26th.

The draw for the Tailteann Cup semi-finals has also been made, with Westmeath taking on Offaly while Sligo will play Cavan.

Both of those games will be played at Croke Park on Sunday June 19th, with the final taking place on Saturday July 9th.

Qualifier and Tailteann Cup fixtures.

All-Ireland qualifiers round two.

Roscommon v Clare

Limerick v Cork

Kildare v Mayo

Donegal v Armagh

Tailteann Cup semi-finals.

Westmeath v Offaly

Sligo v Cavan

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