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A look ahead to a brilliant amount of Gaelic football action this weekend — we look at form, who is doing the scoring, and make predictions

A look ahead to a brilliant amount of Gaelic football action this weekend — we look at form, who is doing the scoring, and make predictions.

It’s decision time! The twelve counties who will contest the knock-out stages of the 2023 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship will be known by this Sunday evening when the four groups complete their ‘Round Robin’ schedule.

Galway, Mayo, Derry, Monaghan and Donegal are already through to the last twelve, with the other seven slots, plus the top four who will qualify directly for the quarterfinals, to emerge from the games on Saturday and Sunday.

Clare are the only county in any of the groups who cannot make the knock-out stages.

The Tailteann Cup has reached the quarter-final stage, with the four games spread across Saturday and Sunday:

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  • Group 4: Clare v Derry, Glennon Brothers Pearse Park, 6.00pm; Donegal v
    Monaghan, Omagh, 6.00pm.

TAILTEANN CUP (Preliminary quarter-final)

  • Limerick v Laois, TUS Gaelic Grounds, 3.00pm
  • Meath v Wexford, Pairc Tailteann, 4.00pm
  • Cavan v Down, Kingspan Breffni, 5.15pm


  • Group 1: Kerry v Louth, Laois Hire O’Moore Park, 2.00pm; Cork v Mayo, TUS Gaelic
    Grounds, 2.00pm.
  • Group 2: Armagh v Galway, Carrick-on-Shannon, 4.00pm; Westmeath v Tyrone,
    Kingspan Breffni , 4.00pm
  • Group 3: Dublin v Sligo, Kingspan Breffni, 1.45pm; Kildare v Roscommon, Glenisk
    O’Connor Park, 1.45pm.

TAILTEANN CUP (Preliminary quarter-final)

  • Antrim v Carlow, Corrigan Park, 1.00pm

Mayo have maximum points from two games; Cork are on two points.

Mayo have a 6+ scoring difference while Cork are on 0.


  • Clare 0-14 Cork 0-13 (Munster quarter-final)
  • Cork 1-19 Louth 1-17 (All-Ireland Group 1)
  • Kerry 1-14 Cork 0-15 (All-Ireland Group 1)

Top Scorers

  1. Brian Hurley 0-14 (0-11 frees, 0-1 mark)
  2. Steven Sherlock 0-13 (0-7 frees, 0-1 ‘45’)
  3. Brian O’Driscoll 1-2
  4. Sean Powter 0-4


  • Roscommon 2-8 Mayo 0-10 (Connacht quarter-final)
  • Mayo 1-19 Kerry 0-17 (All-Ireland Group 1)
  • Mayo 0-14 Louth 1-10 (All-Ireland Group 1)

Top Scorers

  1. Ryan O’Donoghue 0-10 (0-6 frees)
  2. Aidan O’Shea 0-8 (0-4 frees)
  3. Matthew Ruane 0-4


  • 2017: Mayo 0-27 Cork 2-20 aet (All-Ireland qualifier)
  • 2014: Mayo 1-19 Cork 2-15 (All-Ireland quarter-final)
  • 2011: Mayo 1-13 Cork 2-6 (All-Ireland quarter-final)
  • 2002: Cork 0-16 Mayo 1-10 (All-Ireland quarter-final)
  • 1999: Cork 2-12 Mayo 0-12 (All-Ireland semi-final)

They meet in the championship for the 13th time with Cork leading 7-5 from their
previous twelve meetings.

Their last championship clash was in the 2017 qualifiers when Mayo won by a point in extra-time.

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Both have had three championship games so far, scoring only one goal each.

Mayo beat Cork by a point in their last two championship games in 2017 and 2014.

Mayo have beaten Cork in their last three championship games.

Prediction: Mayo

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