Fermanagh will face an all-Ulster quarter-final tie in the Tailteann Cup as they face Antrim this weekend.

After Sunday’s draw was pushed back, Fermanagh now know their fate as they will meet a familiar foe in the form of the Saffrons.

Andy McEntee’s side defeated London 3-11 to 2-10 yesterday (Sunday) at Corrigan Park to book their place in the quarter-final draw.

McEntee admitted relief was the overwhelming emotion he felt at full-time as the travelling side netted two first-half goals through Stephen Dornan and Michael Carroll to give their opponents a scare.

Antrim finished fifth in Division Three this season with three wins from seven games and suffered an Ulster Championship quarter-final exit against Down at Pairc Esler.

Saturday or Sunday is yet to be confirmed by the GAA for the weekend’s clash, as is throw-in time, however, Brewster Park will be the venue after Fermanagh topped their Tailteann Cup group.

Elsewhere in the competition, Down will host Wicklow, Limerick will travel to Sligo and Kildare will play Laois, all for a place in this year’s semi-final stages.

Full draw: 

Fermanagh v Antrim
Sligo v Limerick
Down v Wicklow
Kildare v Laois