Dublin face a trip to Cork in the Hurling Qualifiers

The two teams were the last to be drawn in Round 1

BY Daniel Kelly 08:58 Monday 20 June 2016, 8:58 20 Jun 2016

Cork's Seamus Harnedy with Liam Rushe and John McCaffrey of Dublin Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Tommy Grealy

Ger Cunningham faces a trip back home to Cork as his Dublin side were drawn against his native county in Round 1 of the Hurling Qualifiers.

That game is the tie of the round, as both team will look to bounce back from their respective provincial semi-final losses.

Despite their loss to Waterford, Clare remain one of the favourites to win the All-Ireland title. Davy Fitzgerald's side have been drawn at home against Laois.

The remaining two games, sees Wexford face Offaly and Limerick travel east to Mullingar to meet Westmeath.


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