Round 2 of the 2022 All-Ireland Qualifiers gets underway in the next hour when Roscommon v Clare throws-in in the first instalment of a Croke Park doubleheader that sees Kildare play Mayo at 6 pm. The early game tomorrow is Cork v Limerick at 2 pm while the final game in the quarters – Armagh v Donegal – throws-in at 4pm in Clones. The four winners progress to All-Ireland quarter-finals in a fortnight’s time against the four provincial champions – Derry, Dublin, Galway and Kerry.
All games are being broadcast live with Donegal v Armagh on RTER2. Tickets are still on sale and priced at:
Adults €25; OAPs €20; and Juveniles €5.
These prices apply to all parts of the ground, stands and terrace. For the general public tickets can be purchased from selected SuperValu and Centra stores or online via the link below: