Noel McGrath has been included in Michael Ryan's Tipperary team for the new manager's first competitive match. 

McGrath missed most of last season as he received treatment for testicular cancer but comes in for his county's Allianz League Division 1A campaign against Dublin in Semple Stadium.

Ryan has several absentees with Niall O'Meara and Sean Curran both recovering from hamstring injuries, while Seamus Callanan is sidelined with a fractured finger.

Tipperary: Darren Gleeson; Cathal Barrett, Tomas Hamill, Michael Cahill; Brendan Maher, James Barry, Padraic Maher; Michael Breen, Daire Quinn; Dan McCormack, Patrick Maher, Jason Forde; Noel McGrath, Conor Kenny, John McGrath.

Substitutes: Darragh Mooney, Ronan Maher, Willie Ryan, Liam Ryan, John Meagher, Joe Gallagher, Adrian Ryan, Dylan Fitzelle, Sean Ryan, Andrew Coffey, John O’Dwyer. 

All-Ireland minor football winner Jack Goulding has been named in the Kerry hurling team to take on Laois in their Divison 1B encounter at O'Moore Park.

Goulding starts at left-corner forward in a strong side which includes nine members of the Kingdom's Christy Ring Cup winning side from last year.

The Kingdom remain without the services of the injured duo of Padraig Boyle and Padraig Costelloe.

Kerry: Martin Stackpoole; Sean Weir, Bryan Murphy, Keith Carmody; Daniel Collins, Darren Dineen, Tom Murnane; Patrick Kelly, Tommy Casey; Shane Nolan, Michael O’Leary, Colum Harty; John Egan, Mikey Boyle, Jack Goulding.

Substitutes: Aidan McCabe, Brendan Brosnan, John Buckley, Mike Milner, Jordan Conway, Jason Diggins, Dougie Fitzelle, John Griffin, Philip Lucid, James O’Connor, Brendan O’Leary.

Derry manager Tom McClean has named a new-look team for his county's Division 2A encounter with Antrim.

Shorn of the retired duo of Kevin and Liam Hinphey and without the injured quartet of Se McGuigan, Anton Rafferty, Paddy Henry and Michael Warnock, McClean has been forced into major changes.

Derry: Darrell McDermott, Eugene McGuckin, Conor McSorley, Seán McCullagh, Darragh McCloskey, Paddy Kelly, Dermot O’Neill, Oisín McCloskey, Tiarnán McCloskey, Jonathan O’Dwyer, Mark McGuigan, Gareth O’Kane, Shane Farren, Ruairi Convery, Alan Grant

Antrim meanwhile have named an experienced side for their clash with Derry.

Odhran McFadden, Eddie McCloskey and Liam Watson, who all won the All-Ireland club title with Loughgiel start, as do Ballycastle duo Neal McAuley and Ciaran Clarke.

Daniel McKernan comes in to replace James Black in the centre, while Donal Nugent gets the nod up front in place of Michael Bradley.

Antrim: Chris O’Donnell, Odhran McFadden, Neal McAuley, Conor McKinley; Simon McCrory, Ciaran Johnston, Barry McFall; Kevin McKernan, Daniel McKernan; Eddie McCloskey, Donal Nugent, Liam Watson; Conor Johnston, Niall McKenna, Ciaran Clarke