The Tipperary hurling team to play Limerick in the Munster Championship semi-final in Semple Stadium, named by manager Michael Ryan, shows one change.

Patrick Maher from Lorrha Dorrha returns for his first full start since injury ruled out his starting inclusion in Tipperary's recent league run.

Tipperary (v Limerick): Darren Gleeson, Cathal Barrett, James Barry, Michael Cahill, Seamus Kennedy, Ronan Maher, Padraic Maher, Brendan Maher, Michael Breen, Dan McCormack, Patrick Maher, Noel McGrath, John O'Dwyer, Seamus Callanan, John McGrath

Meanwhile, Offaly have made two changes ahead of their Leinster hurling semi-final against Galway. 

Pat Camon and Dermot Shortt picked up injuries in the win over Laois are replaced by Niall Wynne, who comes in at corner-back, and skipper Colin Egan, who reclaims his place in midfield.

Offaly (v Galway): James Dempsey; Niall Wynne, Chris McDonald, Paddy Rigney; Dermot Mooney, Sean Gardiner, David King; Colin Egan, Sean Ryan; Paddy Murphy, James Mulrooney, Shane Kinsella; Shane Dooley, Joe Bergin, Kevin Connolly.

Tyrone boss Mickey Harte has retained the starting line-up which beat Derry last time out for Sunday's provincial semi-final against Cavan in Clones.

Rory Brennan, Justin McMahon, Ronan McNabb and Conor Meyler return to the panel after injury while Lee Brennan, Frank Burns, Conall McCann and David Mulgrew drop out.

It is McNabb's first appearance in the matchday squad in 2016 after a cruciate ligament injury in September 2015. 

Tyrone (v Cavan): Michael O’Neill, Aidan McCrory, Ronan McNamee, Cathal McCarron, Tiernan McCann, Niall Sludden, Peter Harte, Colm Cavanagh, Matthew Donnelly, Cathal McShane, Mark Bradley, Richard Donnelly, Connor McAliskey, Sean Cavanagh (c), Ronan O'Neill.

Meanwhile, Derry have named a side featuring a total of seven changes in personnel for their All-Ireland qualifier against Louth on Saturday.

Callum Mullan-Young gets the No.1 jersey following the shoulder injury suffered by Thomas Mallon against Tyrone, while Chrissy McKaigue's sees Brendan Rogers advance to centre-back with Ciaran Mullan at full-back.

Elsewhere, Neil Forester and Liam McGoldrick come into a reshuffled defence in place of Oisin Duffy and Kevin Johnston, while Conor McAtamney partners Niall Holly in midfield as Daniel Heavron moves to wing-forward.

Christopher Bradley and and Eoghan Brown make up the rest of the half-forward line as James Kielt moves into corner-forward alongside Emmett McGuckin and Mark Lynch.

Derry (v Louth): Callum Mullan-Young, Gareth McKinless, Ciarán Mullan, Karl McKaigue, Neil Forester, Brendan Rogers, Liam McGoldrick, Conor McAtamney, Niall Holly, Daniel Heavron, Christopher Bradley, Eoghan Brown, James Kielt, Emmett McGuckin, Mark Lynch.

Galway manager Kevin Walsh has opted for youth with five players set for their Championship debut against Mayo in the Connacht SFC semi-final on Saturday.

Walsh has opted for a highly inexperienced full-back line, with Clonbur’s Declan Kyne the only with Championship experience, with goalkeeper Bernard Power, Eoghan Kerin and David Wynne all set for their first start for the clash at MacHale Park on Saturday evening (7pm).

Johnny Heaney starts at wing-forward and the promising Eamonn Brannigan joins Damien Comer and Danny Cummins in the inside forward line.

Galway (v Mayo): Bernard Power; Eoghan Kerin, Declan Kyne, David Wynne; Liam Silke, Gary O'Donnell, Garreth Bradshaw; Paul Conroy, Tom Flynn; Gary Sice, Shane Walsh, Johnny Heaney; Eamonn Brannigan, Damien Comer, Danny Cummins.

Mayo manager Stephen Rochford has made just one change to his team ahead of the Connacht SFC semi-final against Galway, with Tom Parsons set to start from midfield.

Parsons was named originally in the side that coasted to victory over London in Ruislip, but failed a late fitness test and was replaced by Stephen Coen.

The Charlestown man returns to action for the clash Saturday evening (7pm) and Mayo will have 10 of the side that featured their All-Ireland semi-final replay loss to Dublin last September in the line-up.

Team captain Cillian O’Connor, who was black-carded after just six minutes and saw his replacement Conor Loftus help himself to 1-02, is again named on the edge of the square.

Mayo (v Galway): Robbie Hennelly; Brendan Harrison, Kevin Keane, Keith Higgins; Lee Keegan, Colm Boyle, Patrick Durcan; Tom Parsons, Jason Gibbons; Kevin McLoughlin, Aidan O’Shea, Jason Doherty; Evan Regan, Cillian O’Connor (capt), Conor O’Shea.