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The other draw sees Monaghan travel to face Carlow. The exact dates and times are set to confirmed later today. Photo © Tipperary GAA Tipperary’s footballers will have home advantage for their next qualifier game.Liam Kearn’s men have been drawn against Armagh for their Round 3 B clash which will take place at Semple Stadium next weekend.The two sides last met in the League in April when Tipperary secured a 3-08 to 16 point victory over the Orchard and gained promotion to Division 3 football.
The Kildare man’s next term in charge was ratified by the county board last night.This season the Yeats county kept their division 3 status and beat New York before losing to Mayo in the Connacht championship.They beat Antrim before losing to Meath in the qualifiers. Roscommon have named an unchanged side for their Bank Holiday Monday meeting with Mayo.The Connacht champions face their neighbours in a quarter final replay in Croke park.Niall Carew will remain as Sligo manager.