All the team news from around the grounds ahead of Week 2 in the Premier League - more to follow as it comes in.
ALL-IRELAND SFC SEMI-FINAL:
Mayo v Kerry
Former Mayo forward Conor Mortimer (pictured) insists the current Mayo attackers have nothing to fear from the Kerry defence in Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC semi-final at Croke Park.
Martin O’Neill thinks Shane Long will take the pressure associated with his €15 million move to Southampton in his stride but believes setting a target for the season would help the Tipperary man bridge the gap from being a scorer of great goals to a great scorer of goals.
Veterans Donncha O’Callaghan and BJ Botha provide the experience in an otherwise youthful side chosen by new Munster head coach Anthony Foley for tomorrow’s pre-season friendly against Gloucester at Kingsholm (3pm).
Rory McIlroy confessed he paid a price for celebrating three wins in succession, including capturing a fourth Major, rather than work on his game after shooting a 74 on the opening day of the Barclays Championship in New Jersey.
Jamie Spencer (pictured) will retire from riding at the end of the current season to take up a new role with Qatar Racing Ltd.
Busy week at the front! Before the questions, some answers.
Ireland’s Jason Smyth completed the sprint double at the Paralympic Athletics European Championships in Swansea yesterday, adding the T12 200m title to 100m crown he claimed earlier in the week.