The draw for next year's GAA provincial Championships has been made tonight.
In the Leinster football championship, All-Ireland Champions Dublin will face either Louth or Wexford, while Wicklow, Kildare and Longford will contest the other quarter-finals.
On the other side of the draw, Meath or Offaly will play Carlow, and Westmeath will play Laois in the fourth quarter-final.
The Leinster Football Championship sees Dublin take on either Louth or Wexford with Meath, Laois and Carlow all on the other side of the draw. #rtegaa pic.twitter.com/ybgWO9JHri— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) October 11, 2018
In Munster, Tipperary and Limerick will clash, as will Clare and Waterford.
Tipp or Limerick will play Cork in the semi-finals, while the winner of Clare and Waterford will take on Kerry.
The Ulster championship will see a preliminary round clash between Tyrone and Derry, with the victor to face Antrim in the quarter-final.
In the other three pairings, it's Cavan v Monaghan, Down v Armagh, and Fermanagh v Donegal.
The semi-finals will be the winner of Cavan/Monaghan face the winner of Down/Armagh.
In the other semi-final, it will be Fermanagh/Down v Antrim/Tyrone/Derry.
The Ulster Football Championship has thrown up some very intriguing clashes, not least the preliminary round clash between Tyrone and Derry. They're joined by Fermanagh, Donegal and Antirm all on the same side of the draw. #rtegaa pic.twitter.com/6QcGSKALdY— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) October 11, 2018
In the Connacht championship quarter-finals, New York will play Mayo, London face Galway and Leitrim will take on Roscommon.
In the semi-finals, the winner of New York/Mayo will play the winner of Leitrim/Roscommon, while the winner of London Galway will face Sligo.
The Connacht Football Championship draw has kept Mayo and Galway apart, so there's the prospect of a final showdown between the two heavyweights. Watch the draw live on RTÉ2 and online at https://t.co/lZE8y1QKCr #rtegaa pic.twitter.com/FFVa58bZOz— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) October 11, 2018
Marty Morrissey made the draw on RTÉ 2 this evening, along with Michael Lyster, Joanne Cantwell, Ciaran Whelan, Henry Shefflin and Tomás Ó Sé and a host of inter-county stars.