Cavan and Tyrone’s All-Ireland qualifier round four game will take place in Clones this Saturday with a 5pm throw-in.
The Ulster derby is the first of the qualifiers to be confirmed and will be broadcast live on Northern Sound this Saturday evening.
The Ulster council has also confirmed that the Cavan v Tyrone Ulster under-20 championship semi-final will be a curtain raiser to the senior meeting at 2:45pm on Saturday.
The game will be broadcast live on Northern Sound.
The time and date for the @EirGrid Ulster Under 20 Championship semi-final between @CavanCoBoardGaa and @TyroneGAALive has been confirmed for Saturday 6th July at 2.45pm in Clones #Ulster2019 pic.twitter.com/s3u3SSIsSF
— Ulster GAA (@UlsterGAA) July 1, 2019
The Cork v Laois Qualifier will be played at Semple Stadium in Thurles on Saturday at 5pm and will be preceded at 3pm by the All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship Round 1 Quarter-Final between Kilkenny and Clare.
The Qualifier meeting of Galway and Mayo has been scheduled for the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick at 7pm on Saturday. It will be preceded by the LGFA TG4 Connacht Senior Final Replay between Galway and Mayo at 4pm.
On Sunday, O’Moore Park in Portlaoise will host a double header with Meath versus Clare taking place at 2pm. The All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Preliminary Quarter-Final between Laois and Dublin will then take place at 4.15pm.