Round 2B football draw: Monaghan travel to face Wexford

Meanwhile, Westmeath will meet Armagh after their record defeat to Dublin on Sunday

Monaghan manager Malachy O’Rourke will have to pick his players up after their Ulster semi-final defeat to Down sent them into the qualifiers. Photo: Philip Magowan/Inpho

Monaghan manager Malachy O’Rourke will have to pick his players up after their Ulster semi-final defeat to Down sent them into the qualifiers. Photo: Philip Magowan/Inpho

 

After their surprise defeat to Down in the Ulster Championship semi-final on Saturday, Monaghan will face a trip to Wexford in their All Ireland qualifier tie after the draw was made on Monday.

Meanwhile, Westmeath will have to pick themselves up pretty quickly from a record defeat to Dublin in the Leinster semi-final at Croke Park on Sunday when they welcome Armagh.

After narrowly scraping past London in Ruislip on Sunday, Carlow have been rewarded with a home tie against Leitrim while Cavan – who defeated Offaly on Sunday – will take on Tipperary.

The games will take place in a fortnight’s time (July 8th and 9th) with venues, times and dates confirmed following a meeting of the CCCC on Monday afternoon.

All Ireland Senior Football Championship round 2B draw

Wexford v Monaghan

Westmeath v Armagh

Carlow v Leitrim

Cavan v Tipperary

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