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Here's the format for tomorrow's All-Ireland football and hurling qualifier draws

Round 3B football and the hurling quarter-finals will take centre stage.

Mayo and Cork will face off in Round 4A of the football qualifiers.
Mayo and Cork will face off in Round 4A of the football qualifiers.
Image: INPHO

THE NEXT DRAWS in the All-Ireland senior football and hurling qualifiers will take place tomorrow morning but there will be no need for a Round 4A football draw after today’s results.

Roscommon’s victory in the Connacht final means the ties in Round 4A are now determined with Galway set to take on Donegal while Cork will face Mayo.

Repeat pairings are avoided where feasible and since Galway have already met Mayo in this year’s championship, there will be no repeat fixture. Those games will take on the weekend off 22/23 July at neutral venues.

The Round 3B qualifier draw will see yesterday’s winners Carlow, Monaghan, Tipperary and Armagh involved. It will be an open draw with all four teams in one bowl.

The first named team will have home advantage and all pairings are allowed here for the matches that will take place next weekend.

Michael Ryan with Derek McGrath Tipp boss Michael Ryan and Waterford manager Derek McGrath Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

In hurling the All-Ireland quarter-final draw will take place tomorrow for clashes on the weekend of 22-23 July. Round 2 winners Tipperary and Waterford will be in one bowl with beaten provincial finalists Wexford and Clare in the other bowl.

Confirmation of venues, times and all dates for all fixtures will be confirmed following a meeting of the CCCC on Monday evening.

The draw takes place on Morning Ireland on RTÉ Radio One at 8.30am.

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