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One change each for Dublin and Kildare as All-Ireland club winners named on the bench
No place in the side announced for Ballyboden St-Enda’s Shane Clayton and Colm Basquel.
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Brogan and Andrews return to Dublin team for Donegal meeting
Croke Park hosts the Allianz Football League Division 1 fixture this evening.
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Henshaw on the bench as Connacht hand first Pro12 start to academy centre against Leinster
The sides meet tomorrow evening in Galway.
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The Rossies make a midfield change for Mayo game as they chase a fifth league win in a row
Enda Smith starts at midfield for Roscommon.
# Rebels
O'Sullivan comes in for Cork as Tipperary recall O'Dwyer and hand debut to Morris
The sides clash in Semple Stadium on Sunday.
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Gray and Russell miss out as Scotland change three for Dublin visit
The injured duo won’t be fit in time to face Ireland at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.
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Here's the Cork U21 football team that will face Waterford in Munster semi-final
The Fraher Field is the venue for Wednesday’s game.
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Here are the Cork and Monaghan teams for Sunday's National Football League clash
Páirc Uí Rinn is the venue for Sunday’s game.
# Brendan Bugler
Bugler returns for Clare while Limerick bring in two All-Ireland U21 winning heroes
Clare face Laois tomorrow night while Limerick are at home to Offaly on Sunday.
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Zebo and O'Donnell start for Munster as Foley changes three for Dragons visit
Stephen Archer also returns to the matchday squad following a long-term injury.
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White, Muldoon and Marmion to start as Connacht head to Murrayfield
Pat Lam’s side will be aiming to strengthen their grip on top spot in the Pro12 when they face Edinburgh.
# Leinster
Meath, Laois and Offaly unveil teams for tomorrow's Leinster U21 quarter-finals
There’s last four spots up for grabs in the province.
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Kerry hand debut to Aidan Walsh and bring back Ó Sé as 7 changes made for Down
Kerry travel to Páirc Esler in Newry on Sunday afternoon.
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James Cronin ruled out as Munster make six changes for Treviso
Anthony Foley’s side face the Pro12′s bottom side in Italy on Sunday afternoon.
# Rossies
Two changes to Roscommon team for Sunday's clash with Cork
The sides meet in Division 1 of the Allianz football league.
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Waterford unveil team for Cork clash while Rushe, Durkin and Cronin return for Dublin
Waterford are away to Cork tonight while Dublin entertain Galway.
# Cats
Kilkenny make adjustments for clash with Tipperary
The All-Ireland champions host the Premier County on Sunday.
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Ulster make seven changes as Chris Henry starts for the first time in two months
Ulster play Llanelli Scarlets in the Guinness Pro12 on Sunday.
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4 changes to Munster team to face Ospreys as Kilcoyne and Sherry return
Anthony Foley has shaken his team up since the Zebre match.
# Pro12
Ah You, MacGinty and Ronaldson in for Connacht’s trip to Dragons
After being released by Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt, Finlay Bealham, Ultan Dillane and Kieran Marmion are on the bench for the clash at Rodney Parade.
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5 of Galway's All-Ireland final team to face Dublin in Parnell Park on Sunday
Parnell Park is the venue for the Walsh Cup semi-final.
# Team-sheets
Leinster start with Dooley and Molony in fresh-faced tight five to take on Bath
The loosehead and lock are two of six players making their first European start.
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6 changes made to Clare hurling team before Munster league tie with Kerry
Sixmilebridge is the venue for tomorrow night’s game.
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Cork name two teams for weekend hurling clashes against UCC and Kerry
The Rebels have a busy 24-hour period in store.
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5 changes to Cork football side to face Waterford in McGrath Cup
It’s a visit to Killarney for the Rebels’ hurlers on Sunday, while the footballers are off to Dungarvan.
# Team-sheets
Ringrose and Van der Flier drop out of Leinster XV, Fitzgerald and O'Brien start
The duo are part of six changes made by Leo Cullen.
# Team news
Eight changes for Lam's Connacht as Kiss hands out Ulster chances
The westerners have an all-new halfback pairing and a completely-changed front row.
# best in the west
Henshaw at fullback as AJ MacGinty prepares to make Connacht debut from the bench
All aboard. This is Connacht’s last stop before the 12,000 KM round trip to Krasnoyarsk.
# Wholesale
Just the 15 changes for Leinster mean starts for Ringrose and Kelleher with returning internationals
Leinster can move to within a point of the league leaders if everything goes to plan tomorrow night.
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Ireland players named in Ulster side to face Munster
The province are currently in fifth place in the Pro12 table.
# Pro12
Clifden man O'Halloran captains youthful Connacht while Ospreys welcome RWC stars back
Head coach Pat Lam has earmarked the 24-year-old as a key leader in the western province.
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7 changes for Leinster as they get set to welcome Warriors
Leo Cullen has made a raft of changes as the defending champions come to town.
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Argentina make 10 changes as frontliners return for Ireland clash
Daniel Hourcade had named a powerful, pace XV for Sunday’s World Cup quarter-final.
# Green Light
Jonathan Sexton fit enough for inclusion in Ireland's starting XV to face Argentina
Keith Earls will also strap up an injury and head into battle at the Millennium Stadium this Sunday.
# Team-sheets
This beefy South Africa XV is the next challenge for battered and bruised Wales
JP Pietersen returns to the starting line-up as the ‘Boks continue their 10-day turnaround before the quarter-final.
# Opinion
5 talking points on Ireland's team for the massive RWC clash with France
Keith Earls has a man mountain of a task ahead of him.
# Team news
Earls a surprise pick at 13 for Ireland as Payne misses out on France clash
Here’s the Ireland side to face the French.
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Samoa pick one-time Ulster number 10 for battle with wounded Springboks
Mike Stanley is one of three changes to the side that overcame USA on the opening weekend.
# big bash
England go with Slammin' Sam, Gatland drops Tipuric and Cuthbert for huge Pool of Death clash
As expected, Owen Farrell gets the nod in England’s number 10 jersey over George Ford.
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Cheika's Wallabies go with Hooper-Pocock combo for RWC opener
Will Genia will start Australia’s Rugby World Cup opener against Fiji.