Kerry have named a pair of Championship debutants for Sunday's Munster SFC semi-final against Clare on Sunday.

Wing-backs Brian Ó Beaglaoich and Tadhg Morley are the new men in the Kingdom side, while there is a total of five changes from the line-up which was beaten by Dublin in the Allianz League final.

Brian Kelly starts in goal in place of Brendan Kealy, while Killian Young replaces Marc Ó Sé and Paul Geaney also comes into the side.

Bryan Sheehan leads the side, while Eamonn Fitzmaurice has selected Kieran Donaghy in midfield, with Geaney listed at full-forward alongside Darran O'Sullivan, who makes his 60th championship appearance.

Kerry: Brian Kelly, Shane Enright, Mark Griffin, Killian Young, Brian Ó Beaglaoich, Peter Crowley, Tadhg Morley, Kieran Donaghy, Bryan Sheehan, Paul Murphy, Colm Cooper, Donnchadh Walsh, Darran O’Sullivan, Paul Geaney, Stephen O’Brien

Substitutes: Brendan Kealy, David Moran, Marc Ó Sé, Fionn Fitzgerald, Barry John Keane, Michael Geaney, Jonathan Lyne, Anthony Maher, Padraig O’Connor, Alan Fitzgerald, Mark O’Connor.

Michael Fennelly and Eoin Larkin are among five changes for Kilkenny's Leinster SHC semi-final against Dublin in Portlaoise on Saturday but the game has come too soon for 2014 Hurler of the Year Richie Hogan.

Hogan (above) broke a bone in his hand while playing for his club Danesfort against Ballyhale Shamrocks last month but it had been speculated that he might return this weekend.

The Fennelly brothers, Colin and Michael, are back after missing the League semi-final defeat to Clare however, as is All-Star corner-back Paul Murphy, Conor Fogarty, and eight-time All-Ireland winner Eoin Larkin, who recently completed a tour of duty in Syria with the Defence Forces.

Kilkenny: Eoin Murphy; Paul Murphy, Joey Holden, Jackie Tyrrell; Padraig Walsh, Kieran Joyce, Cillian Buckley; Conor Fogarty, Lester Ryan; Walter Walsh, Michael Fennelly, TJ Reid; Jonjo Farrell, Colin Fennelly, Eoin Larkin.

Substitutes: Richie Reid, Robert Lennon, Diarmuid Cody, Conor O Shea, Conor Martin, Kevin Kelly, John Power, Mark Bergin, Liam Blanchfield, Chris Bolger, Michael Malone.

Cork and Tipperary have named their sides for the counties' Munster football semi-final at Semple Stadium on Sunday.

Tipp have selected the same 15 players that began the eight-point quarter-final win over Waterford a fortnight ago.

Tipperary: Evan Comerford, Colm O’Shaughnessy, Alan Campbell, Ciarán Mc Donald, Bill Maher, Peter Acheson (Capt.), Shane Leahy, Martin Dunne, George Hannigan, Josh Keane, Alan Moloney, Brian Fox, Kevin O’Halloran, Michael Quinlivan, Philip Austin.

Substitutes: Ciarán Kenrick, Conor Sweeney, Robbie Kiely, Jimmy Feehan, Ian Fahey, Billy Hewitt, Mark Hanley, Donal Lynch, John O’Callaghan, Donough Leahy, Shane O’Connell.

Cork, meanwhile, have made three changes to the side which started their final Allianz league clash against Kerry.

Corner-backs Conor Dorman and James Loughrey and corner-forward John O'Rourke are all back after dealing with injury problems.

Cork: Ryan Price, Conor Dorman, Eoin Cadogan, James Loughrey, Tomas Clancy, Brian O'Driscoll, Kevin O'Driscoll, Sean Kiely, Ian Maguire, Colm O'Driscoll, Paul Kerrigan, Mark Collins, Colm O'Neill, Brian Hurley, John O Rourke.

Substitutes: Micheal Martin, Daniel Goulding, Donncha O'Connor, Luke Connolly, Noel Galvin, Peter Kelleher, Ruairi Deane, Sean Powter, Sean White, Stephen Cronin, Tom Clancy.

The Offaly and Westmeath football teams for Sunday's Leinster SFC clash at Cusack Park have also been named.

Offaly: Alan Mulhall; Brian Darby, Eoin Rigney, Sean Pender; Niall Darby, Peter Cunningham, Joey O Connor; Eoin Carroll, Niall Smith; Graham Guilfoyle, Nigel Dunne, Michael Brazil; Bernard Allen, Niall Mc Namee, Johnny Moloney.

Westmeath: Darren Quinn; Killian Daly, Francis Boyle, Kevin Maguire; Jamie Gonoud, Kieran Martin, James Dolan; Dennis Corroon, Daragh Daly; Ger Egan, John Heslin, Alan Stone; John Connellan, Paul Sharry, Callum McCormack.

Donegal make their championship bow on Sunday and Mark Anthony McGinley makes his championship debut between the posts for the 2012 All-Ireland winners.   

Donegal: Mark Anthony McGinley; Paddy McGrath, Neil McGee, Karl Lacey; Ryan McHugh, Frank McGlynn, Anthony Thompson; Rory Kavanagh, Hugh McFadden; Leo McLoone, Martin McElhinney, Odhrán MacNiallais; Patrick McBrearty, Michael Murphy, Martin O'Reilly 

Roscommon have made one change for Sunday's Connacht SFC semi-final against Sligo at Dr Hyde Park.

Senan Kilbride returns to replace the injured Diarmuid Murtagh up front.

The Yeats County upset the Rossies at this stage last year.

Roscommon: Geoffrey Claffey; Sean McDermott, Neil Collins, Niall McInerney; John McManus, Sean Purcell, David Murray; Niall Daly, James McDermott; Fintan Cregg, Ciaran Murtagh, Conor Devaney; Senan Kilbride, Cathal Cregg, Donal Shine.

Substitutes: Darren O'Malley, Cathal Compton, Cathal Shine, David Keenan, Donal Smith, Enda Smith, Fergal Lennon, Niall Carty, Niall Kilroy, Sean Mullooly, Thomas Corcoran.

Tourlestrane's Brian Egan gets his first championship start for Sligo.

Egan will line out out left corner-forward in a potent front line that also includes Adrian Marren and Pat Hughes.

After missing last summer's championship, 2010 All Star Charlie Harrison returns and will play alongside Neil Ewing and captain Mark Breheny in the half-forward line.

Sligo: Aidan Devaney; Daniel Maye, Kevin McDonnell, Eoin Flanagan; Keelan Cawley, Adrian McIntyre, Brendan Egan; Niall Murphy, Cian Breheny; Neil Ewing, Mark Breheny, Charlie Harrison; Adrian Marren, Pat Hughes, Brian Egan.