All Ireland Football Championship play-off draw: Mayo v Monaghan, Tyrone drawn to face Armagh | GAA News


The All-Ireland Qualifying Draw featured top-flight fixtures, with Mayo v Monaghan and Tyrone v Armagh; match details will be announced in due course, with a match shown live on Sky Sports on Saturday 4 June

Last update: 23/05/22 09:19

Armagh edged out Tyrone in the league in a fiery affair earlier this year

The draw for the first round of the All Ireland Football Championship qualifiers has taken place.

All Ireland Qualifying Draw

Mayo vs Monaghan
Claire vs. Meath
Liège versus Louth
Armagh versus Tyrone

The counties listed first will have home advantage.

Mayo's Padraig O'Hora in action against Monaghan's Jack McCarron during the National League

Mayo’s Padraig O’Hora in action against Monaghan’s Jack McCarron during the National League

Two Division 1 clashes are set up, with Mayo set to host Monaghan and Tyrone heading to Armagh.

James Horan’s side have edged out Farney County in the National League with the tie now set for Castlebar.

Meanwhile, the Red Hands travel to the Athletic Grounds for a showdown with Orchard County. Five red cards were handed out when the teams met in the National League earlier this year.

Monaghan looking to bounce back from Ulster semi-final loss to Derry

Monaghan looking to bounce back from Ulster semi-final loss to Derry

All four Division 2 teams will be happy with the draw. Clare will face Meath, in a repeat of a 2019 qualifier, while Cork entertain Louth.

This first-round draw involved the eight counties from Divisions 1 and 2 of the Allianz Football League who did not qualify for their respective provincial finals. The winners will advance to the second round, where they will meet the beaten provincial finalists, for the right to qualify for the All-Ireland quarter-finals.

Matches are scheduled for the weekend of June 4-5 and match details will be confirmed by CCCC in due course.

One of the games will be shown live on Sky Sports on Saturday June 4.

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