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GAA: Armagh and Fermanagh face Ulster derby in All-Ireland qualifiers

Armagh and Fermanagh will go head to head in an All-Ireland Football qualifier later this month.

Derry will travel to take on Waterford and Antrim will go to Sligo, those two games on the weekend of 17/18 June.

Armagh will host their Ulster rivals a week later as both sides look to recover from their Ulster Championship exits. Armagh, of course, lost by two points to Down on Sunday while Fermanagh were beaten by nine points by Monaghan in the Preliminary Round on May 20.

Meanwhile, whoever loses this Sunday's Ulster Championship quarter-final between Cavan and Monaghan will face a qualifier against either Westmeath or Offaly.

And in the hurling qualifiers, Antrim will host Laois if they manage to see off Carlow in Saturday's Christy Ring Cup final.


All-Ireland SFC qualifiers 1A draw (To be played 17/18 June)

Waterford v Derry; Louth v Longford; Wicklow v Laois; Sligo v Antrim

Football Qualifiers 1B draw (To be played 24/25 June)

Westmeath or Offaly v Cavan or Monaghan; Armagh v Fermanagh; Limerick v Wexford; London v Carlow

All-Ireland SHC qualifiers draw (To be played 24/25 June)

Antrim or Carlow v Laois

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