Draw made for All Ireland football championship
The draw has been made for the All Ireland Football Championship.
Cork have been handed a potentially very tough group – they’ve been drawn in Group 1 with the winners of the Munster Championship Final between Clare and Kerry, the losers of the Leinster Final between Dublin and Louth, and Mayo.
Cork’s first fixture will be on the weekend of 27/28th of May against either Dublin or Louth, with a clash with Clare or Kerry the following weekend, rounding off their campaign against Mayo two weeks after that game.
Elsewhere in Group 2 it will be the winners Galway-Sligo Connacht final against the losers of the Derry-Armagh Ulster final, along with Tyrone and the winners of the 2022 Tailteann Cup, Westmeath.
Group 3 will be Dublin or Louth, Galway or Sligo along with Roscommon and Kildare, while Group 4 features the Ulster winners Derry or Armgh, beaten Munster finalists Clare or Kerry, Monaghan and Donegal.