The draws for this year’s All-Ireland senior football championship qualifiers have been made.
Defending All-Ireland champions Tyrone don’t have too far to travel as they face Ulster Rivals Armagh at the Athletic Grounds.
Mayo, beaten by Tyrone in last year’s All-Ireland final, begin their championship tilt against fellow Division 1 side Monaghan.
Cork can look forward to the visit of Louth while Clare are set to welcome Meath to Ennis.
This morning’s draw is made up of the eight Division 1 and Division 2 counties who hadn’t made their provincial finals.
All-Ireland senior football championship round 1 draw
- Armagh v Tyrone
- Mayo v Monaghan
- Cork v Louth
- Clare v Meath
Games are scheduled for 4/5 June with the first team named getting home advantage.