Round 4 of the All-Ireland football qualifiers has put Cork against Laois while Mayo will play Connacht rivals Galway.
The draw was made on Monday morning and the fixtures will be played on the weekend of July 6/7.
The draw in full is:
- Cork v Laois, June 6, Semple Stadium, 5pm
- Meath v Clare, June 7, O'Moore Park, 2pm
- Cavan v Tyrone, June 6, St Tiernach's Park, 5pm
- Galway v Mayo, June 6, Gaelic Grounds, 7pm
This also clarifies the shape of the Super 8's, which kick off the following weekend.
Super 8 SFC, Group 1: Kerry v Galway/Mayo, Fitzgerald Stadium; Donegal v Meath/Clare, MacCumhaill Park.
Super 8, Group 2: Dublin v Cork/Laois, Croke Park; Roscommon v Cavan/Tyrone, Dr Hyde Park.
July 20/21 Super 8 SFC, Group 1: Kerry v Donegal, Galway/Mayo v Meath/Clare, both Croke Park.
Super 8, Group 2: Dublin v Roscommon, Cork/Laois v Cavan/Tyrone, both Croke Park.
Super 8 SFC, Group 1: Meath/Clare v Kerry (Páirc Tailteann/Cusack Park), Galway/Mayo v Donegal (Pearse Stadium/Castlebar).
Super 8 SFC, Group 2: Cork/Laois v Roscommon (Páirc Uí Chaoimh/Rinn/O’Moore Park), Cavan/Tyrone v Dublin (Breffni Park/Omagh).
The winners of the four qualifiers will go forward to the Super 8 quarter-finals.
Already in the draw for the quarters are Kerry, Donegal, Dublin and Roscommon.
Anthony Daly reviews the hurling weekend with Brian Hogan, TJ Ryan and Ger Cunningham. In association with Renault - car partners of the GAA.