Into the team at full-forward for his championship debut comes 20-year-old Declan O’Sullivan, while Seamus Scanlon will partner Dara Ó Sé at midfield and Johnny Crowley returns for his first start since 2001.
O’Sullivan was a former colleges star with Coláiste Na Sceilge, with whom he won Corn Uí Mhuirí championship medals in 2001 and 2002.
Mike Frank Russell, Aodán MacGearailt, Eoin Brosnan and Dara Ó Cinnéide, all of whom are recovering from injury, are included among the subs.
The team is notable for the inclusion of Eamon Fitzmaurice at full-back, which allows Seamus Moynihan to man the centre-back position.
Gone off the team completely are Marc Ó Sé, who is ill, and Donal Daly.
The Tipperary team shows one change from the side which defeated Waterford in round one. Tony Doyle comes in at right corner-forward for Peter Lambert, who will be out of action for some time following a recent cruciate knee ligament operation.
Clare coach John Kennedy gives championship debuts to goalkeeper Dermot O’Brien, left corner-back Dara Blake, right half-forward Michael O’Dwyer and left corner-forward Rory Donnelly for the Munster semi-final with Limerick in Cusack Park.
Alan Malone makes his first championship appearance in two years after being out through illness .
Despite the fact that they trounced Louth by 11 points in their previous outing, the Dublin selectors have seen fit to make three changes for Sunday’s Leinster semi-final against Laois.
Paul Casey comes in for David Henry at right half-back, Tom Mulligan takes over from Senan Connell at right half-forward while Liam Óg hEineacháin is preferred to John McNally at left corner-forward.
Mick O’Dwyer won’t name the Laois team until tomorrow at least in order to give Tom Kelly every chance to prove his fitness. Kelly broke a finger in the replay against Offaly.
Paul McDonald has been ruled out after he received a four-week suspension following his sending off against Offaly.
The Kildare selectors have named the team which started against Longford in the previous round for their Leinster semi-final clash with Meath in Croke Park on Saturday night.
Barry McKenzie-Smyth and Eddie McCormack, both of whom were replaced in that 1-14 to 2-6 victory, get the nod to start again.
KERRY (SF v Tipperary): D. O’Keeffe; T. O’Sullivan, E. Fitzmaurice, M. McCarthy; T. Ó Sé, S. Moynihan, J. Sheehan; D. Ó Sé, S. Scanlon; D. Quill, L. Hassett, S. O’Sullivan; C. Cooper, D. O’Sullivan, J. Crowley. Subs. D. Murphy, E. Brosnan, MF Russell, D. Ó Cinnéide, J. Cahalane, P. Galvin, A. MacGearailt, P. Kennedy, M. Quirke, A. O’Mahony.
TIPPERARY (SF v Kerry): P. Ryan; N. Kelly, D. Byrne, L. Cronin; D. Fanning, S. Colum, R. Costigan; E. Hanrahan, F. O’Callaghan; L. England, N. Fitzgerald, A. Fitzgerald; T. Doyle, D. Browne, D. O’Brien.
KILDARE (SF v Meath): E. Murphy; B. Lacey, D. Lyons, A. McLoughlin; A. Rainbow, M. Wright, K. Ennis; K. Brennan,A. Barry; P. Murray, J. Doyle, R. Sweeney; E. McCormack, S. McKenzie-Smyth, T. Fennin.
DUBLIN (SF v Laois): S. Cluxton; B. Cahill, P. Christie, P. Griffin; P. Casey, J. McGee, C. Moran; K. Whelan, D. McGee; T. Mulligan, S. Ryan, B. Cullen; A. Brogan, R. Cosgrove, L. Óg Ó hEineacháin.
CLARE (SF v Limerick): D. O’Brien; P. Gallagher, D. O’Sullivan (captain), D. Blake; P. Smith, A. Malone, C. Whelan; G. Quinlan, B. Considine; M. O’Dwyer, M. O’Connell, P. McMahon; O. O’Dwyer, D. Russell, R. Donnelly.