Mayo draw Down as qualifying draw is made 2 months ago

Mayo draw Down as qualifying draw is made

Last year's All-Ireland finalists Tyrone will head to Longord for the second round of the All-Ireland qualifiers while national league champions Mayo will play Down.

Tyrone enter the qualifying route after their loss to Donegal in the Ulster semi-finals on Saturday while Mayo will once again go through the backdoor after their Connacht semi-final loss to Roscommon.

The draw is as follows:

Westmeath v Limerick

Longford v Tyrone

Antrim v Kildare

Clare v Leitrim

Mayo v Down

Derry v Laois

Offaly v Sligo

Monaghan v Armagh

The qualifiers will be played on the weekend of the 22nd/23rd of June.

A separate draw will be made for home advantage with Division Three or Four teams boasting home advantage against any team from Division One or Two. The fixtures will be confirmed by the Central Competitions Control Committee  on Tuesday afternoon.

All-Ireland SFC qualifiers round 2

Round one qualifier winners (Bowl One): Down, Monaghan, Offaly, Westmeath, Antrim, Leitrim, Derry, Longford.

Beaten provincial semi-finalists (Bowl Two): Mayo, Sligo, Kildare, Laois, Tyrone, Armagh, Clare, Limerick.