Cork face Donegal test in All-Ireland football qualifiers

Cork have been drawn against beaten Ulster finalists Donegal in Round 4B of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers.

Doengal were beaten in the provincial decider for the second successive year, Tyrone kicking three injury-time points to snatch victory, and they must regroup for a meeting with the Rebels on July 30.

 The other tie in Round 4B sees Mayo face a Westmeath side that were no match for Dublin in Sunday’s Leinster final.

In Round 4A, Roscommon must quickly put their Connacht final replay disappointment behind them ahead of a meeting with Clare on Saturday, while Derry’s reward for beating Cavan is a date with Tipperary.

All four games will be played at neutral venues, to be announced later on today.

All-Ireland SFC Round 4A qualifiers

Clare v Roscommon
Derry v Tipperary

Games to be played on July 23

All-Ireland SFC Round 4B qualifiers

Cork v Donegal
Mayo v Westmeath

Games to be played on July 30

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