The draw for the third and fourth rounds of the All Ireland football Championship has been made with some intriguing ties for fans to look forward too.
Provincial rivalries was the main theme of the draw with Limerick up against Waterford, Antrim drawn against Down and Kildare against Meath.
Mick O’Dwyer will be hoping his can buck the trend when the winners of his sides replay with Armagh set to face Antrim.
The highlight of the fourth round is the potential clash between the winners of Antrim and Down up against current All Ireland holders Cork while Wexford, who lost to Dublin today’s Leinster final will face either Limerick or Waterford.
Draw in full, dates and times to be confirmed. Home side named first, the fourth round will be played at a neutral venue.
Saturday 16 July
All-Ireland SFC Round Two Qualifier (Replay)
Wicklow v Armagh, Aughrim, 7.00pm
All-Ireland SFC Round Three Qualifiers
Limerick v Waterford, Gaelic Grounds, 7.00pm
Antrim v Down, Casement Park, 7.00pm
Meath v Kildare, Pairc Tailteann, 7.00pm RTE2
Limerick/Waterford /v Wexford
Tyrone /Armagh /Wicklow v Mayo/Roscommon
Antrim v/Down v Cork
Meath /Kildare v Donegal/Derry
Sportsnewsireland.com will have live score updates on all GAA Championship matches over the summer.