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June 29: All-Ireland SFC Qualifier Round 3

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July 13-14: Super 8 SFC Group 1: Kerry v Galway/R3 winner, Fitzgerald Stadium; Donegal v Meath/R3 winner, MacCumhaill Park. Super 8, Group 2: Dublin v Cork/R3 winner, Croke Park; Roscommon v Cavan/R3 winner, Dr. Hyde Park

July 20-21: Super 8 SFC, Group 1: Kerry v Donegal, Galway/R3 winner v Meath/R3 winner, both Croke Park; Super 8, Group 2: Dublin v Roscommon, Cork/R3 winner v Cavan/R3 winner, both Croke Park

August 3-4: Super 8 SFC Group 1: Meath/R3 winner v Kerry (Qualifier winner venue), Galway/R3 winner v Donegal (Qualifier winner venue); Super 8 SFC, Group 2: Cork/R3 winner v Roscommon (Qualifier winner venue), Cavan/R3 winner v Dublin (Qualifier winner venue)

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