2024 is looking good already.
Ulster is always the place to be when it comes to the provincial championship, and before a ball has even been kicked, it already looks so promising.
Never mind the fact that these are two powerhouses in the competition, but the curiosity and fascination around the managers is nearly enough to get the juices flowing already.
Munster and Leinster never really gets the heart racing but Meath could be looking at their avenue to a potential game with Dublin, and be filled with some confidence following their Tailteann Cup success last season.
Ulster preliminary round
Monaghan v Cavan
Down v Antrim
Fermanagh v Armagh
Derry v Donegal
Monaghan/Cavan v Tyrone
Tipperary v Waterford
Limerick v Cork
Clare v Tipperary/Waterford
Limerick/Cork v Kerry
"That's a brilliant, brilliant draw"
Enda McGinley reacts to the draw for the 2024 Ulster SFC as Mickey Harte's Derry are drawn to face Jim McGuinness' Donegal in the QFs
— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) October 21, 2023
Leinster Round 1
Westmeath v Wicklow
Carlow v Wexford
Longford v Meath
Kildare v Westmeath/vWicklow
Louth v Carlow/Wexford
Dublin v Longford/Meath
Offaly v Laois
New York v Mayo
London v Galway
Sligo v Leitrim
New York/Mayo v Roscommon
Sligo/Leitrim v London/Galway
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