Carlow and other counties in the Tailteann Cup found out their fate yesterday.
The draws for the group stage took place with the Barrowsiders being drawn to play against Limerick, Wicklow, Longford
The Tailteann Cup begins on the weekend of May 13th and 14th, with Carlow’s traveling to play Wicklow in the opening game.
A home tie versus Limerick will be up next before a neutral venue is on the cards against Louth, in the final week of May.
The rest of the groups will consist of Division Three league winners Cavan will play Offaly, Laois, and London in the group stage.
Meath is set to face Down, Tipperary, and Waterford in Group Tw, and Group Four will contain Fermanagh, Antrim, Wexford, and Leitrim.
All Ireland Football Championship draw
Allianz League Division One champions Mayo have been drawn into Group One in the All-Ireland Football Championship. They’ll play the Munster champions, the Leinster runners-up and Cork in the group stage.
The Connacht champions will be in group two alongside the Ulster runner up, Tyrone and Westmeath.
In Group Three, it’s the Leinster winners and the Connacht runners-up with Roscommon and Kildare and in Group Four, the Ulster champions will face the beaten Munster finalists, Monaghan and Donegal.