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Donegal begin defence of Ulster title with trip to Cavan

Ulster Champions Donegal will begin the defence of their 2011 title with a tough preliminary round clash away to Cavan. Should Donegal get over the Breffni men, they will then have a mouth-watering encounter with Derry.
One of the highlight games of next year’s Anglo-Celt Cup race is undoubtedly the quarter-final clash between Tyrone and Armagh.
All-Ireland champions Dublin will open their Leinster championship campaign with a quarter-final game against either Westmeath or Louth.
In hurling, Antrim will play Westmeath in the Preliminary Round of the Leinster championship, with All-Ireland champions Kilkenny through to the semi-finals where they will play either Laois/Carlow or Dublin.

2012 Football and Hurling Championship Draws

Ulster Senior Football Championship

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Preliminary Round –
Cavan v Donegal

Quarter- finals –
1. Derry v Cavan/Donegal
2. Fermanagh v Down
3. Monaghan v Antrim
4. Armagh v Tyrone

Semi-finals –
A. 2 v 3
B. 1 v 4

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship

Preliminary Round –
1. Westmeath v Antrim
2. Laois v Carlow

Quarter-finals –
A. 2 v Dublin
B. Offaly v Wexford
C. Galway v 1

Semi-finals –
C v B
A. v Kilkenny

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Munster Senior Hurling Championship

Quarter-final –
Limerick v Tipperary

Semi-finals –
Clare Waterford
Cork v Limerick/Tipperary

Munster Senior Football Championship

Quarter-finals –
1 Waterford v Limerick
2 Kerry v Tipperary

Semi-finals –
Clare v 1
Cork v 2

Connaught Senior Football Championship

Preliminary Round –
A. NewYork v Sligo
B. London v Leitirm

Quarter- finals –
C. Galway v Roscommon

Semi-finals –
New York/Sligo V Galway/Roscommon
Mayo v London/Leitrim

Leinster Senior Football Championship

First Round –
1 Westmeath v Louth
2 Longford v Laois
3 Meath v Wicklow

Quarter-finals –
A. 1. v Dublin
B. 2. v Wexford
C. 3 v Carlow
D. 4. Offaly v Kildare

Semi-finals –
A v B
C v D

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