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Kerry to meet Derry as Dublin and Galway face off in All-Ireland quarter-final

Munster champions Kerry will face Derry in a repeat of last year's All-Ireland semi-final following the draw for this year’s quarter-finals.

The other games will see Armagh meet Roscommon, Donegal play Louth and Dublin will come up against Galway.

The Oakleafers were in a great position to reach a first All-Ireland final since 1993 last July before being caught down the straight with Kerry going on to lose the final to Dublin.

Derry are at this juncture courtesy of their dramatic penalty shoot-out win over Mayo on Saturday.

The Ulster outfit are making a habit of spot-kick joy after also claiming last year’s provincial title by that method against Armagh while they also claimed the Division 1 title against Dublin via penalties earlier this season.

That Mayo result helped their recovery, a win over Westmeath kick-stating it the week before, starting the process, following championship losses to Donegal, Galway and Armagh by a combined 22 points.

Kerry, meanwhile, eased through the group stage with comprehensive wins over Monaghan, Meath and Louth.

The Wee County’s first-ever All-Ireland quarter-final will be against Ulster champions Donegal.

Their first appearance since its inception in 2001 came courtesy of Sunday’s one-point win over Cork in Inniskeen.

There will be a reunion of sorts with current Tir Chonaill boss Jim McGuinness having worked with Louth club Naomh Máirtín, who were spearheaded by current attacking ace Sum Mulroy at the time.

Armagh and Roscommon developed quite a rivalry in the 1970s and '80s - even coming together for an American tour in 1982 – but recent meetings have been few and far between.

The Connacht outfit did prevail in their last championship clash, a 2018 thriller in sweltering conditions with Enda