Mayo & Armagh To Face Off In All-Ireland Qualifier

2017 All-Ireland finalists Mayo have been drawn against Armagh in the third round of this year's qualifiers.

Mayo came through the second round with a 1-16 to 1-11 win over Down, while Armagh saw off Monaghan by eight points, scoring 2-17.

The other qualifying ties will see last year's losing finalists Tyrone head to Kildare, with Westmeath also set to face Clare.

Laois will take on Offaly in the remaining round three qualifier.

The matches will be played this weekend, Saturday 29 June.

Sky Sports will broadcast a live doubleheader, starting with Kildare-Tyrone at 5pm, followed by Mayo-Armagh at 7pm.


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