Here's the draw for round 2 of the All-Ireland senior football qualifiers

Monaghan host Armagh, while Tyrone must travel to Longford.

Image: Tommy Dickson/INPHO

THE DRAW FOR the second round of the All-Ireland senior football championship qualifiers was made this morning with Mayo pitted away against Down as one of the stand-out fixtures.

The last counties plucked out of the bowl for the draw formed an all-Ulster clash as Monaghan will host Armagh after both sides were knocked out of the provincial championship by Cavan.

Tyrone will hope to bounce back after Saturday’s loss to Donegal when they travel to meet Longford, with Antrim set to host Kildare, Westmeath facing Limerick and Derry hosting Laois.

Sligo will face Offaly, while Clare head to Leitrim. The games will take place on the weekend of 22/23 June.

A separate draw will determine home advantage in the Westmeath-Limerick, Derry-Laois and Offaly-Sligo ties due to all counties featuring in Division 3 and 4 this spring.

The fixture details for the matches will be announced by the CCCC tomorrow.

All-Ireland SFC qualifiers round 2

Westmeath v Limerick
Longford v Tyrone
Antrim v Kildare
Leitrim v Clare
Down v Mayo
Derry v Laois
Offaly v Sligo
Monaghan v Armagh

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