Final set of qualifier draws to take place on Monday
Hurling quarter-finals also confirmed ahead of Munster Final
Galway hurling manager Anthony Cunningham will get another chance in the All-Ireland quarter-finals after his side’s Leinster Final defeat to Dublin. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho
The final two rounds of football qualifier draws will take place next Monday morning at 8.30am on RTÉ Radio 1.
The round three draw will include the four winners of round two games from last weekend – Galway, Tyrone, Laois, Derry and the winners from this weekend’s games – Kildare v Louth, Leitrim v Armagh, Longford v Wexford and Cavan v Fermanagh.
The first team out will have home advantage for the games will be played on July 20th.
The winners of those games will go in to a bowl to face one of the losing provincial finalists in round four, which will take place on July 27th/28th.
The winners of those games will join the provincial winners in a quarter-final draw. The four provincial final winners will be drawn against a qualifier in those games.
The hurling quarter-final draw sees beaten Leinster finalists Galway and the losers of Sunday’s Munster SHC Final between Cork or Limerick in bowl one, with the winners of this weekend’s qualifier games between Kilkenny and Waterford and Clare v Wexford in bowl two.
Cork versus Clare is the only potential pairing that cannot happen again as they have already met this summer.
The hurling quarter-finals will take place on July 29th.