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Friday 29 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# welcome return

Last year
Back from injury to stun the Dubs on 100th Donegal game and Mark McHugh's impact
Emer Gallagher and her side are now gearing up for a semi-final meeting with All-Ireland champions Meath.
Cillian O'Connor returns to bench as Mayo make three changes
The Ballintubber man is in line for his return to action with James Horan’s side.
All time
'I missed it so much' - Federer ends four-year Paris absence with victory
The 2009 champions will now meet German Oscar Otte for a place in the third round.
'Jeepers, I remember the injury at the time and to see what he's done - an amazing story'
Leo Cullen and Jack McGrath look forward to welcoming former team-mate Ian McKinley back to the RDS tomorrow.
Coleman set for long-awaited first-team return after being named in Everton squad
The Ireland captain is on his way back from a double leg break and came through an U23 game unscathed last week.
Massive boost for Man United as Pogba, Ibrahimovic and Rojo all available again
The trio will be in the matchday squad for tomorrow’s Premier League meeting with Newcastle United at Old Trafford.
Long time coming! Ex-Cork defender makes first Premier League start for Burnley
It’s great to see Kevin Long back and fit.
Jared Payne returns to Ulster squad after long layoff
Meanwhile Tommy Bowe is in line to win his 150th cap.
Tommy Bowe back in matchday XV despite Ulster's European ambitions coming to an end
They face Bordeaux at Kingspan Stadium tomorrow.
Coutinho fitness a timely boost as Liverpool prepare for huge few days
The talented Brazilian has been absent since the end of November.
Rooney lasts an hour for Man United under-21s on return from knee injury
The England captain had not played for almost two months.
Chris Henry returns as Ulster hold off Cardiff to stay second in Pro12
The flanker was a second-half substitute at Ravenhill after five months out.
One of Connacht's most potent attacking threats is available for their big derby on Saturday
Pat Lam’s men travel to Thomond Park to face Munster this weekend.
Kilkenny welcome a TV star back into the starting team to face their greatest rivals
Meanwhile, Eamon O’Shea has kept faith with the Tipperary 15 that beat Clare last weekend.