GAA: Qualifier draw pits Tyrone against Meath

Tyrone's Mark Bradley will be pushing for a start against Meath. Pic: Andrew Paton / PressEye
Tyrone's Mark Bradley will be pushing for a start against Meath. Pic: Andrew Paton / PressEye
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Tyrone will meet Meath in the second round of the All Ireland qualifiers following this morning’s draw.

The Red Hands made the second round of the qualifiers thanks to a nine point victory over Limerick on Sunday afternoon and they will host the tie at Healy Park.

The Leinster side will be reeling from their dramatic defeat to neighbours Westmeath in Sunday’s Leinster final as they squandered a comfortable half time lead to lose by four points.

The sides last met in a qualifier in 2013 when Tyrone saw off the challenge of the Royal county in Croke Park.

The tie is set to take place on Saturday 11th June with details set to be finalised later.

Elsewhere Derry have been drawn at home to Wexford, Armagh have been drawn at home to Galway and Tipperarywill host Louth.