Ulster SFC dates and venues confirmed

The venues for this year's Ulster Senior Football Championship games have been confirmed by the Ulster Council.

The preliminary round tie between Down and Cavan will take place at Casement Park on May 7 next.

All-Ireland champions Tyrone's all-ticket quarter-final clash with Derry on May 28 has been set for Healy Park, Omagh.

Meanwhile, defending Ulster champions Armagh must travel to Clones to take on Monaghan on May 14.

2006 BANK OF IRELAND ULSTER SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP FIXTURES:

Preliminary Round:

May 7 - Down v Cavan, Casement Park (Replay May 14, Cavan)

Quarter-Finals:

May 14 - Armagh v Monaghan, Clones (Replay May 21, Clones)

May 21 - Fermanagh v Antrim, Enniskillen (Replay May 28, Casement Park)

May 28 - Tyrone v Derry, Omagh (Replay June 4, Neutral venue)

June 4 - Donegal v Down/Cavan - if Donegal v Down, Ballybofey (Replay June 11, Neutral venue); if Donegal v Cavan, Kingspan Breffni Park, Cavan (Replay June 11, Ballybofey)

Semi-Finals:

June 11 - Armagh/Monaghan v Fermanagh/Antrim, venue tbc (Replay June 25)

June 18 - Tyrone/Derry v Down/Cavan/Donegal (June 25)

Final:

July 9 - (Replay July 16)

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