The draws for the 2024 Provincial Football Championships have taken place and Ulster has thrown up some mouth watering clashes.
Derry under Mickey Harte will face a Donegal side managed by Jim McGuinness in the Ulster SFC quarter-final, and it doesn’t get more show stealing than that. Monaghan, Cavan and Tyrone are also on that side of the draw in the Northern province.
In Munster Cork and Kerry could meet in a semi-final if the Rebels are able to overcome Limerick in a quarter-final.
Leinster could have a Dublin v Meath quarter-final, if Colm O’Rourke’s Tailteann Cup winners can see off Longford in the first round.
Connacht saw a very one sided draw for 2023 but that’s not the case next year with Galway and Mayo kept apart. Mayo, should they see off New York, will face Roscommon in the semi-final.
Tipperary v Waterford
Limerick v Cork
Clare v Tipperary or Waterford
Limerick or Cork v Kerry
Monaghan v Cavan
Down v Antrim
Fermanagh v Armagh
Derry v Donegal
Monaghan or Cavan v Tyrone
Down or Antrim v Fermanagh or Armagh
Derry or Donegal v Monaghan or Cavan or Tyrone
Westmeath v Wicklow
Carlow v Wexford
Longford v Meath
Kildare v Westmeath or Wicklow
Louth v Carlow or Wexford
Dublin v Longford or Meath
Offaly v Laois
Kildare or Westmeath or Wicklow v Louth or Carlow or Wexford
Dublin or Longford or Meath v Offaly or Laois
New York v Mayo
London v Galway
Sligo v Leitrim
New York or Mayo v Roscommon
Sligo or Leitrim v London or Galway