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All-Ireland 2024: Derry to face Kerry in quarter-finals

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Mickey Harte’s Derry have been drawn against Kerry in the All-Ireland quarter-finals.

All four games will be played at Croke Park this weekend with the Derry-Kerry showdown on Sunday at 15:15 BST.

Armagh will face Roscommon, who stunned Tyrone in their preliminary quarter-final, in the opening last-eight encounter at 16:00 on Saturday

Ulster champions Donegal have been drawn against Louth with the throw-in at 13:15 on Sunday while Dublin take on Galway on Saturday evening at 18:15.

Kerry knocked Derry out in the semi-finals of the All-Ireland last year but the Oak Leafers came out on top by a single point in the opening match of the Allianz Football League in January.

Harte’s side defeated Mayo in a dramatic penalty shootout to reach the last eight.

Donegal will be considered favourites to reach the semi-finals against Louth and Armagh have been drawn again Roscommon after the latter’s shock win over Tyrone on Saturday.

Jim McGuinness’ Donegal defeated Louth by five points on their way to winning the Division Two title.



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