ALL-IRELAND champions Tyrone have been drawn against Ulster rivals in Monday’s All-Ireland SFC Round One draw.
It’s the tie of the round, especially after the sides met in the league earlier this season with a plethora of red cards issued by referee David Gough.
The draw also sees beaten All-Ireland finalists Mayo paired with last year’s Ulster finalists Monaghan.
Armagh v Tyrone
Mayo v Monaghan
Clare v Meath
Cork v Louth
The team listed first will have home advantage. Venues and times to be confirmed by Croke Park on Monday.
The games will be played on the weekend of June 4/5, with the winners then due to meet the beaten provincial finalists in Round 2 on the weekend of June 11/12.
The All-Ireland Qualifiers came into vogue for the first time in 2001, with Galway winning the All-Ireland through the back door, a route Tyrone followed when Sam came north in 2005 and 2008.
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