The Tipperary team to face Cork in Sunday's Munster SHC round-robin tie at Semple Stadium show six changes from the side that lost to Limerick in the opening round.
Seamus Callanan, Patrick Maher, Brendan Maher and Sean O'Brien all hold their places having been introduced at the Gaelic Grounds. Also starting behind Tipp's '45 on Sunday are Michael Cahill and Joe O'Dwyer.
Tipperary: Brian Hogan; Sean O'Brien, Seamus Kennedy, Michael Cahill; Joe O'Dwyer, Ronan Maher, Padriac Maher (capt); Brendan Maher, Billy McCarthy; Dan McCormack, Noel McGrath, Patrick McGrath; Seamus Callanan, Jason Forde, John McGrath.
John 'Bubbles' O'Dwyer is named on the subs bench.
Enda Morrissey, James Maher and Walter Walsh - all of whom were unable to play against Offaly last weekend due to illness or injury - return to the Kilkenny starting line-up for their Leinster SHC round-robin clash with Galway at Pearse Stadium.
In another boost for the Cats, Richie Hogan is anmed on the bench.
Kilkenny: Eoin Murphy; Enda Morrissey, Padraig Walsh, Paddy Deegan; Conor Delaney, Cillian Buckley, Paul Murphy; Conor Fogarty, James Maher; Martin Keoghan, TJ Reid, Liam Blanchfield; John Donnelly, Walter Walsh, Luke Scanlon
Subs: Darren Brennan, Joey Holden, Conor O'Shea, Robert Lennon, Conor Browne, Lester Ryan, Colin Fennelly, Pat Lyng, Richie Leahy, Richie Hogan, Bill Sheehan.
Clare hurlers are unchanged for their Cusack Park clash with Waterford in Sunday's other game in Munster.
Clare: Donal Tuohy; Patrick O'Connor, Conor Cleary, Jack Browne; Seada Morey, David McInerney, David Fitzgerald; Colm Gavin, Tony Kelly; Cathal Malone, John Conlon, David Reidy; Conor McGrath, Peter Duggan, Shane O'Donnell.
Subs: Andrew Fahy, Cian Dillon, Jason McCarthy, Jamie Shanahan, Mikey O'Malley, Ryan Taylor, Niall Deasy, Ian Galvin, Mikey O'Neill, Podge Collins, Darragh Corry.
Kildare football manager boss Cian O'Neill hands a championship debut to Moorefield's Eanna O'Connor for Sunday afternoon's Leinster SFC quarter-final against Carlow.
Kildare: Mark Donnellan; Peter Kelly, David Hyland, Mick O'Grady; Johnny Byrne, Eoin Doyle, Kevin Flynn; Kevin Feely, Paul Cribbin; Fergal Conway, Keith Cribbin, Paddy Brophy; Eanna O'Connor, Daniel Flynn, Niall Kelly
Kevin McStay has shaken up his Roscommon side for their Connacht SFC semi-final clash against Leitrim on Saturday evening (5.30pm).
The Rossies make five changes to the team who edged past Cavan in April's Allianz Football League Division 2 final.
Colm Lavin gets the nod in goal ahead of James Featherston, defenders Niall McInerney and John McManus come into the full-back and half-back lines respectively, while half-forwards Enda Smith and Fintan Cregg are also named to start in Páirc Sean Mac Diarmada.
Leitrim meanwhile make just one alteration to the the 15 who just about got the job done in New York.
Brendan Guckian gives midfielder Dean McGovern his chance in place of Domhnaill Flynn. McGivern impressed off the bench when introduced in that Gaelic Park thriller.
Roscommon: Colm Lavin; David Murray, Peter Domican, Niall McInerney; John McManus, Brian Stack, Conor Devaney; Cathal Compton, Tadgh O'Rourke; Enda Smith, Niall Kilroy, Fintan Cregg; Donie Smith, Diarmuid Murtagh, Ciaran Murtagh
Subs: James Featherstone, Cathal Cregg, Conor Daly, Finbar Cregg, Gary Patterson, Ian Kilbride, Padraig Kelly, Ronan Stack, Ross Timothy, Sean McDermott, Shane Killoran
Leitrim: Diarmuid McKiernan; Paddy Maguire, Micheál McWeeney, Oisin Madden; James Rooney, Donal Wrynn, Shane Quinn; Mark Plunkett, Dean McGovern; Jack Heslin, Emlyn Mulligan, Ryan O'Rourke; Darragh Rooney, Keith Beirne, Brendan Gallagher.
Subs: Gary Hickey, Noel Plunkett, Alan Armstrong, Domhnaill Flynn, Aidan Flynn, Eoin Ward, Colm Moreton, Damien Moran, James Mitchell, Keith Keegan, Nicholas McWeeney, Conor Gaffney, Ronan Kennedy, Caillian McGloin, Matthew Murphy
Ronan McCarthy has named his Cork team to take on Tipperary in their Munster SFC semi-final showdown in Thurles on Saturday night (7pm).
The Premier cruised past Waterford at the weekend in a 0-20 to 0-09 victory to give themselves a crack at Cork in Semple Stadium.
McCarthy's men will be out for revenge having been swatted aside by Tipp in their Allianz Football League Division 2 clash in January, when the newly promoted side prevailed 3-16 to 1-16 at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Goalkeeper Mark White and defender Kevin Flahive are both set for their championship debuts, while Colm O'Neill, who scored 1-01 off the bench in the league clash, starts at full-forward.
Cork: Mark White; Kevin Crowley, Jamie O'Sullivan, Kevin Flahive; Sean White, Stephen Cronin, Tomás Clancy; Aidan Walsh, Ian Maguire; Kevin O'Driscoll, Mark Collins, Ruairi Deane; John O'Rourke, Colm O'Neill, Luke Connolly
Subs: Anthony Casey, Sam Ryan, James Loughrey, Matthew Taylor, Cian Kiely, Ronan O'Toole, Peter Kelleher, Cathal Vaughan, Michael Hurley, Stephen Sherlock, Brian Hurley, Paul Kerrigan.
Tipperary: Evan Comerford; Shane O'Connell, John Meagher, Alan Campbell; Bill Maher, Robbie Kiely, Jimmy Feehan; Liam Casey, Jack Kennedy; Josh Keane, Kevin O'Halloran, Brian Fox; Liam Boland, Michael Quinlivan, Liam McGrath
Subs: Ciaran Kenrick, Conor Sweeney, Steven O'Brien, Kevin Fahey, Paddy Codd, George Hamilton, Philip Austin, Jason Lonergan, Colm O'Shaughnessy, Luke Boland, David McGrath