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Round 4 pairings known in All-Ireland senior football championship

The matches are set to take place next weekend.

Tyrone's Conor Gormley and Meath's Joe Sheridan (File Photo)
Tyrone's Conor Gormley and Meath's Joe Sheridan (File Photo)
Image: INPHO/Ryan Byrne

THE ROUND 4 pairings are now all known in this year’s All-Ireland senior football championship after this afternoon’s provincial finals.

Donegal will have to pick themselves up from today’s Ulster final loss with a clash against Laois, victors over Wexford by 0-16 to 2-8 in Wexford Park last night.

London, who featured in a historic first Connacht senior final today but lost out by 5-11 to 0-10 to Mayo, will go up against Cavan.

The Breffni County claimed a famous win after extra-time last night against Derry in Celtic Park.

The venues for those two games have yet to be decided but Croke Park will host a double-header for the remaining two games.

Cork, beaten in the Munster final by Kerry earlier this month, face a Galway team who will be buoyant after yesterday’s win against Armagh in Pearse Stadium in Salthill.

While Meath, defeated in the Leinster decider by Dublin, take on the Tyrone side that were victorious against Kildare last night in Newbridge.

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All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Round 4

Cork v Galway, Croke Park, 5pm
Meath v Tyrone, Croke Park, 7pm
London v Cavan, Venue & Time TBC
Donegal v Laois, Venue & Time TBC

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