All-Ireland Qualifiers

  • The GAA have confirmed the details of the upcoming All-Ireland Senior Football Championship first-round qualifiers.

    Four of the ties will take place on Saturday June 8th, Offaly host London in Tullamore at half-one, Leitrim welcome Wicklow to Carrick-on-Shannon at 3pm, there's a quarter-to-five throw-in for Wexford against Derry at Wexford Park while Drogheda plays host to the 7pm throw-in between Louth and Antrim.

    Down and Tipperary will meet in Newry at 2pm on the following day with Monaghan against Fermanagh at Clones at the same time.

    There's a 3pm start for Westmeath against Waterford at Cusack Park while Carlow will play the losers of this week's replay between Kildare and Longford, also at 3.

  • The draw has been made for round two of the All Ireland senior football championship qualifiers, and will see Mayo travelling to play Down.

    Monaghan will go head to head with Armagh,

    Westmeath will play Limerick,

    Longford are to take on last year's All Ireland finalists Tyrone,

    Antrim are to face Kildare,

    Clare are up against Leitrim,

    Derry are at home to Laois,

    And Offaly have been drawn against Sligo.


    The matches will be played the weekend after next, with dates, times and venues to be confirmed tomorrow.


  • The CCCC have confirmed the throw in times for this Saturday's third round qualifiers in the All-Ireland senior football championship.

    Mayo will host Armagh in Elvery's MacHale Park, Castlebar at 7pm Saturday evening.

    At the same time, neighbours Laois and Offaly will meet in O'Moore Park.

    Kildare will host Tyrone in Newbridge, with a 5pm throw in on Saturday evening while at six o'clock, Westmeath will take on Clare in Mullingar.