Here are the opening draws for the 2017 All-Ireland football and hurling qualifiers

The games will take place on 17 and 24 June.

THE OPENING DRAWS have taken place this morning for this year’s All-Ireland senior football and hurling qualifiers.

pjimage (5) Michael Quinn, Johnny McCarthy and Chrissy McKaigue will be in action. Source: INPHO

The Round 1A and Round 1B football draws saw 18 counties involved with two remaining provincial quarter-finals set to take place next weekend.

The losers of those games between Westmeath and Offaly in Leinster, and the Ulster clash of Cavan and Monaghan, will face each other.

There’s an all-Ulster clash in Round 1B between Armagh and Fermanagh while there are two Leinster battles in Round 1A.

In hurling the winners of next Saturday’s Christy Ring Cup final between Carlow and Antrim, will take on Laois at the preliminary round stage. Westmeath have received a bye to Round 1.

Laois players stand for the national anthem The Laois hurlers lost to Wexford in the last round. Source: Tommy Grealy/INPHO

The draws in full are as follows with the fixture details now confirmed:

All-Ireland football qualifiers

Round 1A

Saturday 17 June

Waterford v Derry, Fraher Field, Dungarvan, 3pm
Louth v Longford, Gaelic Grounds, Drogheda, 5pm
Wicklow v Laois, Aughrim, 5pm
Sligo v Antrim, Markievicz Park, 5pm

Round 1B

Saturday 24 June

Limerick v Wexford, Gaelic Grounds, 3pm

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Sunday 25 June

London v Carlow, McGovern Park, Ruislip, 1pm
Westmeath/Offaly v Cavan/Monaghan, Tullamore/Mullingar, 6.30pm
Armagh v Fermanagh, Athletic Grounds, Armagh, 6.30pm

All-Ireland hurling qualifiers

Preliminary round – 24/25 June

Carlow/Antrim v Laois, Venue TBC

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