Tyrone drawn away to Offaly in Qualifiers

Tyrone manager Mickey Harte

Tyrone manager Mickey Harte

Tyrone have been drawn away to Offaly in the first round of the All Ireland qualifier series.

The game is set for the weekend of June 29-30, and the Red Hands will be planning to bounce back from their defeat to Donegal in Ballybofey. However, they will have to do so without defender PJ Quinn, who has left the senior panel.


Tyrone will also travel to Tullamore with a number of key injury worries following a costly weekend of All County League clashes. They include Niall Morgan who was stretchered off during Edendork’s game against Derrytresk. Niall Sludden suffered a broken leg during Dromore’s game against Cookstown, which had to be abandoned.

Offaly lost their Leinster Championship opener to Kildare by four points in Croke Park.


Offaly v TYRONE

Galway v Tipperary

Derry v Sligo

Westmeath v Fermanagh

Carlow v Laois

Armagh v Wicklow

Louth v Antrim

Longford v Limerick

Times and venues for the above matches will be confirmed by the CCCC later this afternoon.

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