KERRY have been pitted against All-Ireland Intermediate champions Meath as well as Clare and Wexford in Division 2A of the Ladies National Football League which is due to get underway on May 23.
The dates proposed for a return to action will see the first two rounds in May, the third round on the June bank holiday weekend, the semi-finals on June 13 and the finals on June 27.
Dates are set for a Sunday but may be played midweek or Saturday by agreement with both counties.
All-Ireland senior finalists Dublin and Cork have been pitted together in Division 1B of the 2021 league.
Dublin defeated Cork last December to make it four-in-a-row but Cork are the reigning Division 1 League champions, having won the title in 2019.
They will be joined by Tipperary and Waterford in an ultra-competitive division, with Galway, Mayo, Donegal and Westmeath making up Division 1A.
Armagh, Cavan, Monaghan and Tyrone feature in an all-Ulster Division 2B.