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What's going on out on the GAA pitches in New York Photo by: Sportsfile / GAA

Donegal to face Tyrone in next year’s GAA championship draw

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What's going on out on the GAA pitches in New York Photo by: Sportsfile / GAA

All-Ireland champions Donegal will face former champions Tyrone in an intriguing first round game in next year’s Ulster championship. Mickey Harte’s side will be determined to defeat the team from Donegal which has stolen their mantle as Ulster kingpins and All-Ireland champions in recent times.

Meanwhile, in Munster, Cork and Kerry look certain to face each other in the Munster football final after being drawn apart from each other in the preliminary rounds.

The full draw is:
SENIOR LEINSTER SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Round One
Wicklow v Longford
Laois v Louth
Westmeath v Carlow
Quarter-finals
(A) Wicklow / Longford v Meath
(B) Laois / Louth v Wexford
(C) Westmeath / Carlow v Dublin
Offaly v Kildare
Semi-finals
A v B
C v D

SENIOR MUNSTER SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Quarter-finals
Limerick v Cork
Kerry v Tipperary
Semi-finals
Waterford v Kerry/Tipperary
Clare v Limerick/Cork

SENIOR CONNACHT SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Quarter-finals

New York v Leitrim
London v Sligo
Galway v Mayo
Semi-finals
Galway/Mayo v Roscommon
New York/Leitrim v London/Sligo

SENIOR ULSTER SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Preliminary round

Cavan v Armagh
Quarter-finals
(A) Donegal v Tyrone
(B) Derry v Down
(C) Antrim v Monaghan
(D) Fermanagh v Cavan/Armagh
Semi-finals
A v B
C v D
 

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