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Saturday 28 January 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# Team-sheets

Last year
2022
No Austin Gleeson in matchday panel as Waterford and Tipperary shake it up
Division 1B leaders Waterford host Tipperary in Walsh Park on Sunday afternoon.
# Team news
Ulster make 6 changes with Ireland internationals away in Portugal camp
The Scarlets visit Kingspan Stadium in Belfast tomorrow night.
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# playmakers
Russell and Ntamack return for Six Nations finale
The Six Nations will finally be decided by Friday night’s postponed game.
# Team news
Munster and Leinster name locked-and-loaded teams for Thomond Park clash
Both provinces have impressive matchday 23s for the Guinness Pro14 meeting.
# pro14
Ulster speedster Sexton in line for debut in Edinburgh
John Cooney and Ian Madigan fill the half-back roles in Murrayfield.
# Team-sheets
Rob Kearney at 15 for Leinster as Madigan starts for Ulster
Both sides are qualified for the Pro14 semi-finals, but the players involved will be keen to stake a claim.
# Team news
Leinster and Munster name locked-and-loaded teams for tomorrow
Ireland internationals, Springboks, and promising young players will all feature in Dublin.
# Team news
Cruden on the bench as Chiefs and Highlanders name a debutant each
Warren Gatland and Aaron Mauger have named their teams for the return of rugby union.
# winter-pros
O'Connor brothers fill Ulster's second row for RDS clash with Leinster
Alan will make his 100th appearance for his adopted province while younger brother David earns his first start.
# pro14
7s Olympian Porch given first start as Connacht travel to take on Dragons
The Australian is included ahead of Stephen Fitzgerald in the only change to the side who beat Benetton last time out.
# plenty in reserve
Mako back in Jones' squad as Pumas prepare for war with 'boring' England
“We believe our scrum can be a real weapon,” says Eddie Jones, “so hang on to your seats!”
# Pool D
AWJ reaches record caps haul as Cheika changes his playmakers
The brilliant second row eclipses Gethin Jenkins record as he prepares to run out for a 130th international appearance.
# RWC2019
Ntamack and Dupont start as France opt for youth against Argentina
Stade Francais out-half Nicolas Sanchez starts for the Pumas in Tokyo.
# RWC2019
Erasmus names unchanged Springbok side to take on New Zealand in World Cup opener
Pool B begins with an absolute blockbuster.
# Team news
Molony captains Leinster while Penny makes return from injury
Penny has recovered from a shoulder operation.
# Team-sheets
Irish provinces name teams for second round of Celtic Cup action
A host of academy and Ireland U20 stars will be on show across the weekend.
# Super 8s
James Horan rings the changes for Mayo's battle Royal
The Connacht side have shown their cards ahead of Sunday’s clash.
# Team-sheets
Clarke in attack for Armagh as 4 debutants named while Cavan bring in two newcomers
Armagh play Down on Sunday while Cavan take on Monaghan tomorrow.
# Inter-pro
Sexton on the bench as Van der Flier returns for Leinster v Munster
Rob Kearney and Sean O’Brien will not be involved against Munster.
# Starting XVs
Leinster and Munster name 'A' teams for Stateside Cara Cup game
The provinces face each other in Massachusetts tonight.
# starting XV
Robb returns, Fitzgerald brothers start for Connacht in Glasgow
Conor Fitzgerald starts at out-half alongside the 150-cap Kieran Marmion.
# pro14
O'Mahony leads international contingent bolstering Munster for Edinburgh clash
The southern province meet Richard Cockerill’s side in Cork tomorrow.
# pro14
7s flyer Baloucoune to make Ulster debut at home to Dragons
Dan McFarland has been able to recall Henry Speight to Ulster’s back-line after the Wallaby was sidelined with a knee injury.
# Team-sheets
Marmion back from injury as fully-loaded Connacht go to Ospreys
The scrum-half has shaken off an ankle injury for the crucial Conference A clash.
# Team-sheets
19-year-old Kernohan starts as 5-day turnaround brings 6 changes for Ulster against Cheetahs
The academy prospect scored his first senior try last weekend.
# Team-sheets
Leinster and Munster name teams for winner-takes-all inter-pro showdown
The provinces go head-to-head at Donnybrook on Saturday evening for the 2018 title.
# teams are in
Last four! Slight changes across the board as All-Ireland semi-finalists name sides
Holders Dublin face Galway while Donegal and Cork go head-to-head for coveted All-Ireland senior final spots.
# defensive boost
Two changes to Kerry team for All-Ireland junior final as they bid for four in-a-row
The Kingdom face Galway in Ennis tomorrow afternoon.
# Team-sheets
Derek McGrath drafts in Gleeson and Mahony for crunch Tipp showdown
And Bubbles gets the nod from Michael Ryan.
# Team-sheets
Clare and Cork unveil teams for hotly anticipated Munster hurling opener
Páirc Uí Chaoimh plays host to the clash between the Banner and the Rebels this Sunday.
# pro14
Tadhg Beirne back at lock as Scarlets lay title on the line in Glasgow
A clash between two of the last three champions makes for a mouthwatering Friday night semi-final.
# Champions Cup
Donnacha Ryan at the heart of Racing side showing just one enforced change from win over Munster
The Paris club have again opted to keep Dan Carter in reserve when they take on Leinster.
# pro14
Zebo at fullback for Thomond Park farewell against Edinburgh
Johann van Graan has handed the reins to JJ Hanrahan for the visit of an in-form Edinburgh side.
# Back on the Horse
Arnold only man retained as Munster rest front-liners for Ulster clash
All but six members of Munster’s matchday squad in Bordeaux will rest up this weekend.
# Champions Cup
Henshaw returns as Leinster go with JGP over Lowe for semi-final clash with Scarlets
Cullen and Lancaster have picked Scott Fardy and Jamison Gibson-Park as their two permitted ‘non-Europeans’.
# staying sharp
No rest required for Furlong and Healy as they lead Leinster into Zebre clash
On the bench, the son of former Ireland and Lions centre Brendan Mullin is in line to make his provincial debut.
# pro14
Sean O'Brien to 8 as McKeon returns for Connacht's clash with in-form Edinburgh
Richard Cockerill’s men come to Galway looking to extend their five-match winning run in the Pro14.
# starting XV
Henderson at lock as Ulster grit their teeth for make-or-break clash with La Rochelle
Wiehahn Herbst was a late withdrawal from the squad, so Ross Kane has been drafted in from A duty to take a place among the replacements.
# Team-sheets
Chris Farrell heads list of returning stars for Munster as Connacht rest Aki and Dillane
For the first time this season, Munster will play without Billy Holland.
# Team-sheets
Keatley and Carter in the 10 shirts as Kleyn bolsters pack for Munster's clash with Racing
Tyler Bleyendaal and Niall Scannell will miss the crucial Champions Cup clash through injury.