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Tuesday 7 February 2023 Dublin: 7°C

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Dublin boss Jim Gavin has named his team for Sunday's All-Ireland showdown
The countdown is on to Sunday in Croke Park.
# Pool B
Dubliner AJ MacGinty starts at 10 for USA's World Cup showdown with Samoa
And there’s a strong Connacht connection in the Pacific islanders’ back row.
# NMS
Milner-Skudder wins 3rd cap as All Blacks aim to get Pool C wrapped up nice and early
Steve Hansen isn’t holding anything back against Argentina.
# Groundhog Day
Gatland unleashes twin threat of Warburton and Tipuric on Uruguay
Liam Williams and Samson Lee have made a timely return from injury.
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Donaghy, defence, ruthlessness - the big talking points after Kerry name team
Kerry’s All-Ireland final selection has provoked plenty debate.
# Pool D
Parisse and Fofana miss out as Ireland's pool rivals go head-to-head
These are pretty close to the teams Ireland will expect to face a few weeks down the line.
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Here's the Limerick team aiming to win the county's first All-Ireland U21 title since 2002
Limerick face Wexford in Saturday’s decider.
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Tipperary stick with an unchanged team for All-Ireland minor football semi-final
They face Kildare at Croke Park on Sunday afternoon.
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Schmidt set to hand Fitzgerald 13 shirt for Ireland's clash with Wales
Nathan White is set for his first start at tighthead, while Dave Kearney is likely to get his chance.
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One change in Kerry attack for All-Ireland minor semi-final while Derry make three changes
Throw-in for Sunday’s curtain-raiser is 1.30pm.
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Tipperary and Dublin's minors have named their sides for the All-Ireland semi-final
Throw-in on Sunday in Croke Park is 2pm.
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2 changes for Donegal ahead of All-Ireland football quarter-final against Mayo
Karl Lacey and Martin McElhinney have been called in.
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Donnacha Ryan to start first international in over two years as Ireland take on Wales
Here’s the starting line-up for a new international season.
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Two changes to Cork team ahead of All-Ireland hurling final against Galway
The counties clash in the intermediate decider next Saturday night.
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One change to Kerry senior team for clash with Kildare on Sunday
The sides clash at Croke Park next Sunday afternoon.
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Dublin and Waterford ring the changes for All-Ireland hurling quarter-final
Four changes for the Dubs, two for the Deise.
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One change for Galway but Derry unaltered for All-Ireland football qualifier
Danny Cummins has earned a start for the Tribesmen.
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McCarthy in for Dublin as Gavin names team for Leinster final
The Ballymun Kickhams defender replaces John Small for Sunday’s showdown with Westmeath.
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Tipperary bring in 4 players from All-Ireland U21 final side for senior qualifier with Louth
The counties meet in Round 2A next Saturday.
# Island in the Sun
Andy Ellis to partner Dan Carter when All Blacks begin World Cup season in Samoa
Steve Hansen has pulled no punches in the pack, but the scrum-half is back for his first cap since the World Cup final.
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O'Connor makes slight adjustments to Kerry team for Munster minor football final
The Kingdom take on Tipperary on Sunday.
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Cork and Limerick names sides for Munster minor hurling semi-final showdown
The teams meet in the Gaelic Grounds on Thursday night.
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Dublin and Meath unveil minor teams for Leinster semi-finals
The last four clashes take place this weekend.
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2 changes for Tyrone and one for Limerick ahead of All-Ireland football qualifier
The sides face off in Healy Park in Omagh at 4pm on Sunday.
# As You Were
Just one change for Limerick as TJ Ryan's side go for three-in-a-row against Tipp
David Breen comes in for Paul Browne.
# Team news
Kilkenny go with 12 of All Ireland winning side for opening game of championship campaign
The Cats face Wexford at Nowlan Park.
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John 'Bubbles' O'Dwyer shakes off injury to start for Tipperary in Limerick showdown
The Premier County begin their campaign with a trip to the Gaelic Grounds.
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Waterford's team for the Munster U21 championship clash with Cork is a strong one
Several players who played in the recent Munster SHC semi-final win over the Rebel are set to feature.
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O'Connor returns and Cronin handed debut as Cork make 6 changes for Clare clash
The sides clash in Páirc Uí Rinn on Sunday.
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Two ex-senior forwards to lead Cork intermediate attack against Waterford
The sides clash in Semple Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
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A good night for the Offaly and Carlow U21 hurlers in their opening Leinster ties
The sides clash in Tullamore on Wednesday night.
# captain jenno
Shane Jennings captains Barbarians XV containing Pienaar, Gopperth and Rokocoko
Robbie Deans has named four uncapped players to start in Thomond Park, including Jimmy Gopperth and Toulon’s David Smith.
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3 Monaghan changes for Ulster battle as Clarke misses out for Cavan
Malachy O’Rourke has shaken up his team since the league semi-final against Dublin.
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4 Munster championship debutants in Limerick side to face Clare
The sides clash in Cusack Park in Ennis on Saturday evening.
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6 new faces in Louth team for Leinster championship opener
Westmeath take on Louth on Sunday afternoon in Drogheda.
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4 changes for Tipperary and 2 for Clare ahead of Munster semi-final clash
The counties minor football teams meet tomorrow night in Thurles.
Seven Irish-based players make Pro12 Dream Team
Not one of them wear the blue of Leinster, however.
# One From Leftfield
Cork place faith in rookie full-back for league decider while Waterford are unchanged
The sides face each other in a hurling league final for the first time since 1998 this Sunday.
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Toulon drop Michalak as Clermont restore Morgan Parra for Champions Cup showdown
Both coaches have made two unforced changes to the line-ups hat started the semis.
# Shock
Limerick minors produced a sensational second half comeback to stun Waterford
The Deise led by nine points at half time.