Waterford and Kilkenny meet in the Hurling Championship
The next stages of the All-Ireland qualifiers in both hurling and football have been confirmed.
In round 2 of the hurling qualifiers, Dublin will play Tipperary while Waterford take on Kilkenny with both games taking place at Semple Stadium, Thurles this weekend.
In round 3a of the football qualifiers, Meath will play Donegal while Mayo head to Clare.
On Sunday, Kerry beat Cork to claim the Munster Championship where Eamonn Fitzmaurice praised the display of James O'Donoghue.
Cork manager Peadar Healy had no complaints with the result and insisted it's back "to the drawing board" for his side.
Elsewhere, Galway beat Wexford at Croke Park to claim the Leinster Hurling Championship and manager Michael Donoghue insists there is more to come from his side.
Davy Fitzgerald said his side will learn to lessons from their defeat and targetted the closing minutes of the first half as the area where his side can improve the most.