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Here’s how the Race for Sam 2015 will unfold with just 12 counties left

The All-Ireland series is starting to heat up.

The Sam Maguire is the big prize in September
The Sam Maguire is the big prize in September
Image: Cathal Noonan/INPHO


After a pulsating weekend of Gaelic football action, it was settled that Kerry, Monaghan and Mayo have all been crowned provincial champions along with last weekend’s Leinster victors Dublin.

Next weekend will see the Round 4B games between Cork and Kildare while Fermanagh take on Westmeath.

The Round 4A pairings have also been determined as Donegal take on Galway on the August Bank Holiday weekend and it’ll be Tyrone facing Sligo.

The path towards September has now become clearer and here’s all the potential pairings.

All-Ireland senior football championship 

Saturday July 25th
Round 4A

Fermanagh v Westmeath, Kingspan Breffni Park, 5pm
Cork v Kildare, Venue TBC, 7pm

August 1st-2nd
Round 4B

Tyrone v Sligo
Galway v Donegal

Dublin v Cork/Kildare
Kerry v Fermanagh/Westmeath

August 8th
Mayo v Galway/Donegal
Monaghan v Tyrone/Sligo

August 23rd
Kerry/Fermanagh/Westmeath v Monaghan/Tyrone/Sligo

August 30th

Dublin/Cork/Kildare v Mayo/Donegal/Galway

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