Donegal will meet Armagh in an eagerly anticipated encounter.
BEATEN Ulster finalists Donegal have been drawn to play Armagh in Monday morning's All-Ireland qualifier round two draw.
It represents a second meeting of the two counties in this year's championship after Declan Bonnar's men enjoyed a comfortable win over the Orchard county in an Ulster SFC quarter-final meeting in Ballybofey.
Since then, of course, Donegal lost to Derry in the Ulster final while Kieran McGeeney's men recovered to ease their way past reigning All Ireland champions Tyrone on Sunday.
Elsewhere in the draw, Roscommon will play Clare, Limerick and Cork meet in an all Munster clash while Kildare and Mayo meet in an intriguing game.
The games will be played at neutral venues between June 11-12.
Meanwhile, in the last four of the Tailteann Cup Westmeath will play Offaly while Sligo take on Cavan.