Tyrone await losers of Armagh-Monaghan Ulster semi-final

Ciaran McKeever and Dick Clerkin in action in the Ulster semi-final
Ciaran McKeever and Dick Clerkin in action in the Ulster semi-final

The losing team in Sunday's Ulster SFC semi-final replay between Armagh and Monaghan will face Tyrone in Round 2B of the All-Ireland Football qualifiers.

Monday's draw also paired Cavan with Roscommon and Down with Kildare, with the ties scheduled to be played on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 July.

Losing Ulster semi-finalists Antrim face a trip to Limerick in Round 2A of the series on Saturday, 5 July.

The Saffrons' game at the Gaelic Grounds will throw-in at 14:00 BST.

Four other ties will decide who will progress to the next round.

The remaining Round 2A fixtures see Wexford face Laois, Tipperary take on Longford and Wicklow play Sligo.

Carlow entertain Clare in the other Round 2B match.

Armagh and Monaghan drew 0-14 apiece in Saturday night's Ulster semi-final and their replay has been fixed for Clones at 15:30 BST on Sunday, 6 July.

Tyrone hammered Louth, Cavan edged out Westmeath and Down strolled to victory over Leitrim in round one of the qualifiers.

Details of the Round 2B games will be confirmed on Monday, 7 July.

All-Ireland Football Qualifiers Round 2A - Saturday 5 July

Tipperary v Longford, Semple Stadium, 16:45 BST

Limerick v Antrim, Gaelic Grounds, 14:00 BST

Wicklow v Sligo, Aughrim, 17:00 BST

Sunday 6 July

Wexford v Laois, Wexford Park, 14:00 BST

All-Ireland Football Qualifiers Round 2B - Saturday 12 July and Sunday 13 July

Carlow v Clare

Cavan v Roscommon

Tyrone v Losers of Armagh v Monaghan

Down v Kildare

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