First out of the hat was the pairing of Connacht champions Sligo and Cork, which will be the second meeting between the two in the All-Ireland Qualifiers.
Ulster champions Tyrone and Meath were next out of the hat in a repeat of the 1996 All-Ireland semi-final, which was won by the Royal County.
SFC Quarter-final Draw:
Sligo v Cork
Tyrone v Meath
Dublin v Derry
Kerry v Monaghan
Times, dates and venues for these fixtures will be confirmed following a meeting of the CCCC on Monday afternoon, but the games will be played over the next two weeks
A date and venue for the replay of the Guinness Hurling Championship quarter-final between Cork and Waterford will also be confirmed following that meeting.
The draw was conducted by Liam O’Neill, Chairman of the Leinster Council, and Bank of Ireland’s Humphrey Kelleher.
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