Eight games across All-Ireland Football and Hurling Qualifiers

first_imgThere’s eight games across the All-Ireland Football and Hurling Qualifiers.Cavan and Tipperary are just about to get their second-round football qualifier underway at Kingspan Breffni.After their win at Limerick last time out, Wexford host Monaghan at 3pm. While it’s a meeting of neighbours Kilkenny and Waterford at 7.Waterford haven’t beaten the Cats in the Championship in the last 60 years. At the same time Carlow play Leitrim.Mayo, who needed extra-time to overcome Derry last weekend, travel to Ennis to play Clare at 5pm.Seamus O’Shea, Diarmuid O’Connor and Conor Loftus have all been brought in to the start for Mayo.Meath and Donegal clash in the Championship for the first time since 2002 – throw-in at Navan is at 6.While there’s a Hurling double-header at Semple Stadium.Reigning All-Ireland champions Tipperary play Dublin in the curtain-raiser at 5last_img