Cork and Tyrone to fight it out for Super 8 place as fourth round SFC qualifiers announced

Cork and Tyrone to fight it out for Super 8 place as fourth round SFC qualifiers announced

The draw for the fourth round of the All-Ireland SFC has been made this morning.

Fermanagh will face Kildare, while Laois will play Monaghan.

Cork are paired against Tyrone, and Roscommon are facing Armagh.

The games are set to take place next weekend, and the venues, which will all be neutral, will be announced later today by the CCC.

The winners of these Round 4 qualifier matches will become the final four teams in the Super 8 quarter-final format.

Those groups will be as follows:

Group 1

Kerry

Galway

Fermanagh/Kildare

Laois/Monaghan

Group 2

Donegal

Dublin

Cork/Tyrone

Roscommon/Armagh

The draw was made on RTÉ Radio 1's Morning Ireland by GAA president John Horan and Dublin goalkeeper Ciara Trant.

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