Cork and Dublin the pick of the hurling qualifiers

The 2A football qualifier draw pairs the loser of Dublin and Meath with a trip to Derry

Dublin will take on Cork in the qualifiers, looking to make amends for their Leinster championship disappointments. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Dublin will take on Cork in the qualifiers, looking to make amends for their Leinster championship disappointments. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

 

Cork and Dublin will meet in the first-round of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship qualifiers the weekend after next, most likely in Pairc Ui Rinn.

The Rebels are looking to bounce back from their tame defeat to Tipperary in the Munster championship. Meanwhile Cork native Ger Cunningham makes the trip with a Dublin team who suffered a 12 point defeat to All-Ireland champions Kilkenny in the Leinster championship. After an impressive win over Wexford before that.

Meanwhile Offaly face Wexford - the Faithful county have made significant improvements in recent months and this will be a season defining game for both counties.

In round 2A of the football qualifiers Derry will host the loser of next Sunday’s Leinster football semi-final between Dublin and Meath.

Sligo are paired against fellow Connacht team Leitrim, while Carlow face the loser of Cavan and Tyrone’s replay.

The round 1B qualifiers take place on Saturday, with the draw for round 2B taking place next week. Dates, venues and times for the games drawn on Monday morning will all be confirmed following a meeting of CCCC this afternoon.

All-Ireland SHC qualifiers round 1

Second Captains

(2nd/3rd July)

Wexford v Offaly

Westmeath v Limerick

Clare v Laois

Cork v Dublin

All-Ireland SFC qualifiers round 2A

(2nd/3rd July)

Sligo v Leitrim

Clare v Laois

Cavan/Tyrone v Carlow

Derry v Meath/Dublin

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