Ulster counties handed home draws in Round 2B Qualifiers

Tyrone manager Mickey Harte
Mickey Harte saw his side beat Limerick in Round 1B of the qualifiers

Ulster counties Tyrone, Derry and Armagh have all been handed home draws for Round 2B of the All-Ireland Football Qualifiers.

Derry will face Wexford, who defeated Down on Saturday, while Tyrone play Meath and Armagh will take on Galway.

Tipperary have been drawn against Louth in the other tie.

The ties are scheduled to take place on Saturday 11 July, but the finalised dates, venues and throw-in times will be confirmed by the GAA in due course.

Tyrone saw off Limerick in their first-round qualifier game on Saturday, while Armagh accounted for Wicklow.

Derry enter the qualifiers at the second round stage after losing 1-9 to 0-10 to Donegal in their Ulster Football semi-final.

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