Tyrone and Meath see players return, Gallagher out for Donegal

Kevin Reilly returns at full back in the Meath team to face Dublin in the Leinster final at Croke Park on Sunday.

Kevin Reilly returns at full back in the Meath team to face Dublin in the Leinster final at Croke Park on Sunday.

Reilly did not start the semi-final against Kildare due to injury.

Kerry have made just one change for their round 3 qualifier with Tyrone in Killarney, Shane Enright replaces Brian Maguire in defence while Colm Cooper stays at full forward and Kieran Donaghy stays in the corner.

Tyrone captain Stephen O'Neill makes a welcome return from injury and starts at full-forward in place of Jonathan Lafferty.

Tipperary have made one change for their game with Antrim, Alan Maloney replaces Brian Mulvihill at centre forward.

Leo McLoone replaces the injured Neil Gallagher in the Donegal team to play Down in the Ulster final.

McLoone starts at centre-forward with Ryan Bradley moving into centre-field to partner Rory Kavanagh.

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