Super 8's fixtures and groups after Mayo and Tyrone advance
Mayo, Cork and Tyrone will join the provincial champions in the All-Ireland quarter-final series, or the Super 8's, after their respective wins on Saturday.
Cork and Tyrone slaughtered Laois and Cavan respectively in the afternoon games before two goals from James Carr helped Mayo through over provincial rivals Galway.
The last qualifier will see Meath take on Clare with the winner joining Mayo, Donegal and Kerry in Group 1 while Cork, Tyrone, Roscommon and four-time defending champions Dublin will all line up in Group 2 this summer.
The first game of the Super 8 series will take place next weekend with Dublin, Roscommon, Kerry and Donegal all hosting games with the second round taking place the following weekend and the final round taking place a fortnight after.
Here are the groups and fixtures for this year's Super 8 series:
Super 8 Group 1
Super 8 Group 2
Donegal vs Meath/Clare in MacCumhaill Park, Ballybofey - July 14th @ 2pm
Kerry vs Mayo in Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney - July 14th @ 4pm
Mayo vs Meath/Clare in Croke Park - July 21st @ 2pm
Kerry vs Donegal in Croke Park - July 21st @ 4pm
Mayo vs Donegal - August 3rd/4th
Meath/Clare vs Kerry - August 3rd/4th
Roscommon vs Tyrone in Dr Hyde Park, Roscommon - July 13th @ 5pm
Dublin vs Cork in Croke Park - July 13th @ 7pm
Cork vs Tyrone in Croke Park - July 20th @ 5pm
Dublin vs Roscommon in Croke Park - July 20th @ 7pm
Corkvs Roscommon - August 3rd/4th
Tyrone vs Dublin - August 3rd/4th
All-Ireland Football Championship semi-finals
Group 1 winner vs Group 2 runner-up - August 10th/11th
Group 2 winner vs Group 1 runner-up - August 10th/11th
All-Ireland Football Championship final
Semi-final winner vs Semi-final winner - September 1st