The Kerry football team to play Clare in the Munster Championship semi-final on Sunday has been named.
Two players will make their Championship debuts as Brian Ó Beaglaoich from An Ghaeltacht and Tadhg Morley from Templenoe will man the wing back positions.
Clare have also named their side for the game.
Ryan Price has been named in goal for Cork's Munster Championship clash against Tipperary in Thurles.
Sean Kiely will also make his first Championship start in the middle.
Tipperary have named an unchanged team for the clash at Semple Stadium.
Tipperary Senior Football team to play Cork announced https://t.co/mGd50OnFXO— Tipperary GAA (@TipperaryGAA) June 10, 2016
Goalkeeper Mark Anthony McGinley makes his championship debut for Donegal in their opening Ulster Football Championship opener against Fermanagh on Sunday.
McGinley gets the nod over Michael Boyle.
CLG Dhún na Gall team to face Fermanagh in the Ulster Senior Football C'Ship ....Tickets on Donegalgaa.ie pic.twitter.com/CY7USyJd1u— Official Donegal GAA (@officialdonegal) June 10, 2016
Meanwhile, Dublin hurling manager Ger Cunningham has made no changes for their Leinster Hurling Championship semi-final against Kilkenny tomorrow.
He's stuck with the same side that beat Wexford in the quarter-finals.
Team Announcement:June 10, 2016