Leitirm have been drawn to face Wicklow in the first round of the All-Ireland qualifiers series.
Terry Hyland’s side limped out of the Connacht championship after a heavy 3-17 to 12 points defeat to Roscommon, though will fancy their chances against Wicklow.
Leitrim scored a 1-16 to 1-12 win in Aughrim last February as Leitrim went onto secure promotion to division three. Kildare saw off Wicklow in the Leinster championship in a close two pointer, Kildare winning 15 points to 1-10.
Longford will face Carlow, if they cannot overcome Kildare in their Leinster quarter-final, Kildare and Longford meet again on Sunday following their 3-15 to 1-21 draw on Sunday.
Elsewhere, an all Ulster clash of Monaghan and Fermanagh is the pick of the draw from the All-Ireland football qualifiers.
Louth will host Antrim, Tipperary and Down will meet in Newry, Derry will travel to Wexford, Offaly will host London, Westmeath and Waterford will meet in Mullingar.
All games are to take place over the weekend of the 8th and 9th of June.