Croker to play host to Round 4 triple-header

Croker to play host to Round 4 triple-header

Croke Park will host an All Ireland Football Qualifer triple-header this Saturday.

The GAA today confirmed the details of the remaining GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Round 4 games to be played next weekend.

The fourth-round meeting of Cavan and London has been added to the bill, getting the action underway at 3pm.

Following that Cork take on Galway at 5pm and Meath face Tyrone at 7pm.

After their surprise defeat to Monaghan yesterday, Donegal will take on Laois in Carrick-on-Shannon.

GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Round 4 qualifiers

Saturday, July 27

- London v Cavan, Croke Park, 3pm

- Donegal v Laois, Carrick-on-Shannon, 5pm

- Cork v Galway, Croke Park, 5pm

- Meath v Tyrone, Croke Park, 7pm (Live on RTÉ)

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