DERRY have been drawn to play Tipperary in the fourth round of the All-Ireland Football Championship qualifiers.
The Oak Leafers earned their place in today’s 4A draw by battling back to beat Ulster rivals Cavan on Saturday.
Damian Barton’s men earlier bounced back from a heavy defeat to Tyrone in May by seeing off off Louth and Meath in the qualifying series.
Donegal, beaten by two points by Tyrone in yesterday’s Ulster final at Clones, will play Cork in Round 4B.
They had led by four points at one stage at Clones, but Tyrone stormed back to take their first provincial title for six years with a 0-13 to 0-11 victory.
Peadar Healy’s Cork progressed by beating Monaghan’s conquerors Longford 2-9 to 1-6 on Saturday.
The fourth round matches will be played at neutral venues and the GAA are to release details later today.
|All-Ireland qualifiers draw Round 4A|
|All-Ireland qualifiers draw Round 4B|