Here is the draw for the 2018 GAA Football Championship
The draw has been made for the 2018 GAA Ulster Football Championship.
Cavan and Donegal have been drawn in the preliminary round, with the winner going on the face Derry.
In the other three quarter-final draws Down will face Antrim, Tyrone will play Monaghan, and Fermanagh will play Armagh.
It's a tough start for Monaghan in the Ulster draw as they take on Tyrone in their quarter-final. Donegal face Cavan in the preliminary. pic.twitter.com/8vFtwmxeYF— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) October 19, 2017
The draw was also made for the Munster, Connacht and Leinster Football Championships.
With the smallest group of teams out of all the regions, the Munster competition sees Clare take on Limerick and Tipperary take on Waterford in the quarter-finals, with the winners going to face Cork and Kerry who have byes into the semis.
In the Connacht draw, Roscommon have been given a bye into the semi-finals, with New York playing Leitrim, London taking on Sligo and Mayo going up against Galway in the three quarter-finals.
With 10 teams, the Leinster championship is the largest. In the first round Laois will play Wexford, Louth will play Carlow, and Offaly will play Wicklow. Westmeath, Kildare, Dublin and Meath have all been given byes to the second round.
Here's how the Leinster draw shapes up and it'll be either Offaly or Wicklow to take on Dublin in the quarter-finals. pic.twitter.com/slyHw3c1hm— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) October 19, 2017
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