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Published: 09:06 | 27/6/16

Mayo to face Fermanagh


Mayo have been drawn against Fermanagh in Round 2B of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers.

On the back of their Connacht SFC defeat to Galway, Stephen Rochford's side will have to negotiate the qualifiers for the first time since 2010 and they face a tricky test against the Ernesiders on the weekend of July 9-10.

Monday's draw also produced an all-Munster clash with Cork set to travel to Limerick, while Kildare will face Offaly in an all-Leinster tie.

The losers of the Ulster SFC semi-final replay between Donegal and Monaghan will face Longford.

All-Ireland SFC Qualifiers Round 2B

Mayo v Fermanagh

Donegal/Monaghan v Longford

Kildare v Offaly

Limerick v Cork

Ties to be played weekend July 9-10

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