Tyrone will conflict with final 12 months’s crushed TG4 All-Eire Intermediate Championship finalists Wexford within the decide of the quarter-finals this time round.
he Ulster outfit, who suffered relegation from the highest tier in 2021, face-off towards the group who’ve gone three from three within the group phases. Whereas Louth will tackle Roscommon, Longford will face Clare and Laois play Wicklow.
The TG4 All-Eire Senior Championship obtained underway this weekend with wins for reigning champions Meath, Dublin, Mayo, Donegal and Kerry on a bumper Saturday.
Holders Meath had been convincing 1-13 to 0-1 winners towards Monaghan at Drumhowan with Stacey Grimes scoring 0-8. Leinster champions Dublin additionally scored huge, with a 5-14 to 2-4 success in Clann Mhuire. They beat Cavan with Carla Rowe firing 2-3 for the hosts.
Mayo bounced again from their TG4 Connacht remaining defeat to Galway, with a 1-16 to 1-6 win towards Tipperary at Hastings Insurance coverage MacHale Park.
Nonetheless, Galway fell to a 3-10 to 3-8 loss by the hands of Kerry. Niamh Carmody’s strike was the spotlight in Birr. The primary of the double-header in St Brendan’s Park noticed Donegal get the higher of Waterford the place it completed 0-10 to 1-5.
On Sunday, it was the flip of the TG4 Intermediate and Junior Championships, with Wexford already assured of their place within the remaining eight. However they had been too good for Leitrim with a 3-10 to 2-11 success. Wicklow blitzed Offaly within the first half to say a 4-11 to 1-7 success and second place in Group A.
In Group C, Longford’s 3-12 to 3-9 success was sufficient to seal prime spot they usually go on to face Clare following their 2-8 to 1-10 defeat at dwelling towards Louth at Cusack Park in Ennis.
And at last within the second tier, Laois’ sensible 3-12 to 3-7 success on the expense of Tyrone earned first place in Group D.
Within the TG4 All-Eire Junior Championship, Carlow made it two wins from two due to an enormous 2-16 to 0-4 win towards Derry. Antrim had been 0-12 to 1-7 victors over Limerick and Fermanagh additionally obtained their first win, with a 2-15 to 2-7 win towards London.
Saturday June 11
TG4 All-Eire SFC Spherical 1
Mayo 1-16 Tipperary 1-6
Dublin 5-14 Cavan 2-4
Meath 1-13 Monaghan 0-1
Kerry 3-10 Galway 3-8
Donegal 0-10 Waterford 1-5
Sunday June 12
TG4 All-Eire IFC Group Spherical 3
Wexford 3-10 Leitrim 2-11
Wicklow 4-7 Offaly 1-11
Louth 2-8 Clare 1-10
Longford 3-12 Roscommon 3-9
Laois 3-12 Tyrone 3-7
TG4 All-Eire JFC
Group B – Spherical 1
Antrim 0-12 Limerick 1-7
Group A – Spherical 2
Fermanagh 2-15 London 2-7
Carlow 2-16 Derry 0-4
2022 TG4 All-Eire Intermediate Championship quarter-final line-up
Wexford v Tyrone
Louth v Roscommon
Longford v Clare
Laois v Wicklow