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Dublin to face Monaghan in All-Ireland quarter-final while Armagh drawn against Tyrone

There;’s some exciting games to look forward to.

Dublin's Philly McMahon tackling Jack McCarron of Monaghan in a National League game earlier this year.
Dublin's Philly McMahon tackling Jack McCarron of Monaghan in a National League game earlier this year.
Image: Tommy Grealy/INPHO

ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONS Dublin will take on Monaghan in an intriguing All-Ireland SFC quarter-final fixture.

Meanwhile, Tyrone have been drawn to face Armagh in the other pairing, which completes the second half of the quarter-final draw.

Both games will take place next Saturday 5 August in Croke Park.

Tyrone and Armagh are likely to commence proceedings with a 4pm throw-in, with Dublin and Monaghan taking to the pitch afterwards at 6pm.

Those times will be confirmed later in the week.

Armagh booked their place in the quarter-final stage of the All-Ireland last night, following a impressive display against Kildare in Croke Park.

In a rematch of their Ulster championship clash, Monaghan earned some redemption by accounting for Down yesterday to ensure their name would be in today’s draw.

The draw was made on RTE Radio 1 following Kerry’s victory over Galway in Croke Park this afternoon.

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