Mayo manager Stephen Rochford has made four changes to his Mayo team for Saturday’s All-Ireland qualifier round one game against Limerick.
Former AFL players Cian Hanley gets his first competitive start for the team having come off the bench against Galway, while Evan Regan and team captain Cillian O’Connor are handed starting berths in the full-forward line.
The other change sees Ger Cafferky named at full-back, with Tom Parsons (injured), Diarmuid O'Connor (suspended), Jason Doherty and Conor Loftus dropping out of the side that tasted defeat against the Tribesmen.
Mayo (v Limerick, All-Ireland SFC qualifier): David Clarke; Eoin O’Donoghue, Ger Cafferky, Keith Higgins; Colm Boyle, Chris Barrett, Patrick Durcan; Seamus O’Shea, Stephen Coren; Kevin McLoughlin, Aidan O’Shea, Cian Hanley; Evan Regan, Cillian O’Connor, Andy Moran
Donagh Maher, Cathal Barrett and Patrick ‘Bonner’ Maher have all been named on the Tipperary team that will host Clare in round four of the Munster Senior Hurling Championship on Sunday.
Manager Michael Ryan has made three changes for the crucial encounter at Semple Stadium, with Maher coming in at corner back and Barrett partnering Ronan Maher in midfield.
Mickey Cahill, Noel McGrath and John O’Dwyer drop out of the team.
Tipperary (v Clare, Munster SHC): Brian Hogan; Sean O’Brien, Seamus Kennedy, Donagh Maher; Joe O’Dwyer, Padraic Maher (captain), Brendan Maher; Ronan Maher, Cathal Barrett; Dan McCormack, Patrick Maher, Billy McCarthy; Seamus Callanan, Jason Forde, John McGrath.
Clare have named an unchanged starting team for Sunday's Munster SHC clash against Tipperary at Semple Stadium.
Joint-bosses Gerry O'Connor and Donal Moloney have decided to keep faith with a winning formula by naming the same starting 15 that started the 2-27 to 2-18 victory over Waterford two weeks ago.
Clare (v Tipperary, Munster SHC): Donal Tuohy; Patrick O'Connor, David McInerney, Jack Browne; David Fitzgerald, Conor Cleary, Jamie Shanahan; Colm Galvin, Cathal Malone; Peter Duggan, Tony Kelly, David Reidy; Conor McGrath, John Conlon, Shane O'Donnell.
Team captain Kevin Moran returns to the Waterford starting XV having missed the draw with Tipperary through suspension.
The De La Salle clubman replaces Mikey Kearney in attack for Munster SHC round four clash with Limerick at the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday.
Waterford (v Limerick, Munster SHC): Stephen O'Keeffe; Shane Fives, Conor Gleeson, Noel Connors; Michael Walsh, Austin Gleeson, Philip Mahony; Jamie Barron, Pauric Mahony; Kevin Moran, Stephen Roche, DJ Foran; Stephen Bennett, Tom Devine, Patrick Curran.
Limerick manager John Kiely has drafted Shane Dowling into the team to face Waterford in the Munster hurling senior round four clash at the Gaelic Grounds.
In the only change to the side that drew against Cork last time out, Dowling replaces the suspended Aaron Gillane in the full-forward line.
Limerick (Munster SHC v Waterford): Nickie Quaid; Sean Finn, Mike Casey, Richie English; Diarmaid Byrnes, Declan Hannon, Dan Morrissey; Darragh O'Donovan, Cian Lynch; Gearoid Hegarty, Kyle Hayes, Tom Morrissey; Seamus Flanagan, Shane Dowling, Graeme Mulcahy.
Kilkenny manager Brian Cody has kept faith with the same side that lost to Galway two weeks ago for the Leinster SHC clash with Wexford at Nowlan Park.
Kilkenny (v Wexford, Leinster SHC): 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.
Pat Gilroy has made three changes in personnel for Dublin’s final Leinster outing of 2018, with experienced duo Conal Keaney and Liam Rushe both dropping out of the starting team.
The men from the capital travel to Salthill to take on the All-Ireland champions with in what is effectively a dead rubber- the Tribesmen are already qualified for a provincial final, while the Dubs are free of relegation fears but can’t finish in the top-three.
The other change from the comprehensive 17-point win over Offaly last time out sees Fergal Whitely, who notched 1-01, missing out through injury.
St Vincent's Tomas Connolly, a younger brother of Diarmuid, comes into midfield, while Cian Boland and David Treacy will take up position in the forward division.
Dublin (v Galway, Leinster SHC ): Alan Nolan; Paddy Smyth, Cian O'Callaghan, Eoghan O'Donnell; Shane Barrett, Sean Moran, Chris Crummey; Rian McBride, Tomas Connolly; Jake Malone, Fiontan MacGibb, Cian Boland; David Treacy, Danny Sutcliffe, Paul Ryan.
Louth will be without their top scorer Ryan Burns when they meet London in the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers at Ruislip on Sunday as they make two team changes.
Ronan Holcroft replaces Burns in the full-forward line as part of two changes in personnel, while Neil Gallagher is preferred to Craig Lynch in goal.
Louth (v London, All-Ireland SFC): Neil Gallagher; Darren Marks, Emmet Carolan, James Craven; Derek Maguire, Bevan Duffy, Anthony Williams; Andy McDonnell, Tommy Durnin; Ciaran Downey, Declan Byrne, Gerard McSorley; William Woods, Conor Grimes, Ronan Holcroft.
Cavan manager Mattie McGleenan has made five changes for Saturday’s qualifier against Wicklow at Aughrim.
Following the Ulster defeat to Donegal three weeks ago, James Farrelly, Martin Reilly, Sean McCormack, Dara McVeety and Sean Johnston (above) all come into the starting team.
Cavan (v Wicklow, All-Ireland SFC qualifier): James Farrelly; Killian Brady,Padraig Faulkner, Enda Flanagan; Ciaran Brady,Conor Moynagh, Martin Reilly; Sean McCormack, Killian Clarke; Bryan Magee, Gearoid McKiernan, Oisin Kiernan; Caoimhin O'Reilly,Dara McVeety, Sean Johnston
Returnees Johnny Moloney and Brian Darby (above) have been named in the Offaly starting team to face Antrim in the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers at O'Connor Park tomorrow.
Moloney quit the panel under former manager Stephen Wallace and is named at midfield while Darby, brother of wing-back Niall, has come out of retirement to take his place at corner back.
Offaly (v Antrim, All-Ireland SFC): Alan Mulhall; Brian Darby, James Lalor, Sean Pender; Declan Hogan, Paul McConway, Niall Darby; Michael Brazil, Johnny Moloney; Cian Donohue, Shane Nally, Conor McNamee; Nigel Dunne, Anton Sullivan, Bernard Allen.
Antrim meanwhile have made two changes from their Ulster quarter-final defeat to Down. Andrew Hasson replaces the injured Chris Kerr in goals, while the other enforced change sees Colum Duffin replace the suspended Ricky Johnston.
Antrim (v Offaly, All-Ireland SFC ): Andrew Hasson; Peter Healy, Patrick Gallagher, Niall Delargy; Kevin O'Boyle, Mark Sweeney, James Laverty; Patrick McAleer, Niall McKeever; Patrick McBride, Conor Murray, Ruairi McCann; Ryan Murray, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Colum Duffin.
Richie Donnelly makes his first start of the year for Tyrone as Mickey Harte changes things up for the All-Ireland SFC Round 1 qualifier clash with Meath in Navan.
The Red Hand have to take the scenic route after falling to Monaghan in the Ulster SFC quarter-final, while Meath came unstuck against Longford in Leinster.
Donnelly goes into full-forward, with Michael McKernan and Hugh Pat McGeary lining up in the full-back and half-back lines respectively. Padraig McNulty slots into midfield alongside Colm Cavanagh.
Peter Harte's suspension and injuries to Lee Brennan and Mark Bradley mean Harte has had to shuffle the deck. Richie Donnelly's brother Mattie captains the team.
Tyrone (v Meath, All-Ireland SFC qualifier): N Morgan; P Hampsey, R McNamee, HP McGeary; T McCann, F Burns, M McKernan; C Cavanagh, P McNulty; M Donnelly, N Sludden, C Meyler; C McShane, R Donnelly, C McAliskey.