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Published: 08:48 | 18/7/16

Cork next for Donegal

There are some interesting ties to look forward to in Round 4 of All-Ireland SFC qualifiers with beaten Ulster finalists Donegal facing a tricky test against Cork.

The Round 4A and 4B draws took place on Monday morning with Cork's game against Donegal the pick of the games.

Donegal missed out on the Ulster crown when they were beaten by Tyrone on Sunday and they must now prepare for a tough game against Cork, who defeated Longford in Round 3 of the qualifiers.

Following their loss to Dublin in the Leinster SFC final, Westmeath face another stern test against Mayo, while Roscommon face Clare following their hammering at the hands of Galway in the Connacht SFC final replay.

The final game sees Derry take on Tipperary.

The two Round 4A matches will take place next weekend, while the Round 4B ties are scheduled for the weekend of July 30-31. All four games will be played at neutral venues.

All-Ireland SFC qualifiers:

Round 4A
Clare v Roscommon (Pearse Stadium, Saturday, July 23 3.00pm)
Derry v Tipperary (Kingspan Breffni Park, Saturday, July 23 5.00pm)

Round 4B
Cork v Donegal (Croke Park, Saturday, July 30 4.00pm)
Westmeath v Mayo (Croke Park, Saturday, July 30 6.00pm)

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