Saturday National GAA

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The All-Ireland Football Qualifiers continue this afternoon. Armagh will play host to Wicklow at the Morgan Athletic Grounds in the opening match of the day in Round 1B, with throw-in at half-past two. Wexford host Down from half-past six and there’s a 7pm throw-in between Louth and Leitrim in Drogheda. There’s also provincial championship action this evening in Clones as Derry go up against Donegal in their Ulster semi-final. Under Rory Gallagher, Donegal appear to have found an extra attacking dimension this season but former Mayo manager James Horan believes that the Donegal skill levels have always been under-rated… [audio_player src=””] Throw-in in Clones is at 7pm. There is also Minor Championship action taking place across three provinces today. Leitrim and Sligo clash in Carrick-on-Shannon in their Connacht quarter-final at 2pm. The Leinster semi-final meeting of Longford and Meath takes place at Pearse Park at 3 o’clock. And there’s also an Ulster semi-final meeting in Clones before the big game as the Minors of Derry and Donegal also do battle at quarter-past five. Also in gaelic games, there’s four matches today in the Liberty Insurance Camogie Championship. In Group 1, Offaly host Wexford in Birr, while Cork travel to Kilmallock to face Limerick. And there’s also two matches in Group 2 as Kilkenny go up against Clare and Tipperary play host to Derry. All four of those matches will get underway at half-past two.