Holders Galway and 2018 winners Cork have both been drawn into Group One in this year's Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship.
Leinster duo Offaly and Wexford complete Group One with the winners set to advance to straight to the semi-finals and the runners up to the quarters.
First-time Senior Championship participants Westmeath have Limerick, Waterford and last season's beaten finalists Kilkenny for company in Group Two.
The three team Group Three comprises Tipperary, Clare and Dublin with the top two in that group qualifying for the quarter-finals along with the runners up in Group One and Two.
A further draw will be made ahead of the quarter-finals.
Meath will begin life in the Intermediate ranks in a Group Two which also contains Cork and 2019 Premier Junior winners Kerry.
Galway, Dublin, Kildare, Laois will compete in Group One, Group Three is made up by Down, Derry and Kilkenny while Tipperary, Antrim and Carlow will play in Group Four.
The four group winners at the Intermediate grade will go through to the semi-finals of the competition.
There are two groups in the Premier Junior, with the top two in each group qualifying for the last-four of the Championship.
Clare, Offaly, Wexford make up Group One with Armagh, Limerick, Roscommon and Waterford in Group Two.