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The Banty derby is in store after the latest All-Ireland football qualifier draw

Seamus McEnaney is heading to face his native Monaghan.

Wexford football manager Seamus Banty McEnaney.
Wexford football manager Seamus Banty McEnaney.
Image: Donall Farmer/INPHO

SEAMUS MCENANEY’S WEXFORD side will host his native Monaghan after this morning’s All-Ireland football qualifier Round 2B draw.

That pairing was the highlight for a series of games that will take place on the weekend of 8/9 July.

McEnaney took charge of Wexford at the start of this season and after their win over Limerick on Saturday afternoon, they will now face Monaghan, who were upset by Down on Saturday night.

2016 All-Ireland semi-finalists Tipperary face a tricky tie away to Cavan, victors over Offaly yesterday.

Carlow’s reward for defeating London in Ruislip yesterday is a home clash against Leitrim.

Finally Westmeath, who were trounced by Dublin in Croke Park yesterday, will be at home to Kieran McGeeney’s Armagh.

The venues, dates and times for these games will be confirmed later.

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All-Ireland senior football Round 2B qualifier draw

Wexford v Monaghan
Westmeath v Armagh
Carlow v Leitrim
Cavan v Tipperary

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