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# Team news

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# Friendly
Fresh faces aplenty as Connacht name XV for pre-season clash with Castres
Ireland international Adam Byrne makes his first appearance after moving from Leinster.
# Team news
De Klerk back as South Africa look to snap barren run in Australia
The Springboks haven’t won on Australian soil since 2013.
# Team news
Michael Hooper still absent as veteran Bernard Foley earns shock Australia recall
Fellow centurion James Slipper, who took over as skipper in Argentina, is again expected to captain the side for their showdowns against the Springboks
# Team news
Springboks recall 'massive' Vermeulen for All Blacks rematch
The Ulster forward missed a three-Test series against Wales last month.
# Team news
Ronaldo left on bench for United's Premier League opener as Roy Keane says it's 'common sense'
Erik ten Hag has also given a full debut to new signings Lisandro Martinez and Christian Eriksen.
# Team news
Ashling Thompson in for Cork, Kilkenny unchanged for All-Ireland camogie final
Throw-in at Croke Park on Sunday is 4.15pm.
# Team news
Struggling New Zealand ring the changes for South Africa Test
Head coach Ian Foster has made nine changes to the matchday 23 beaten by Ireland last month.
# The Starters
No Cian Lynch as Limerick and Kilkenny name unchanged teams for All-Ireland hurling final
Throw-in at Croke Park on Sunday is 3.30pm.
# Team news
Three switches for Donegal, as Meath, Kerry and Mayo unchanged for All-Ireland semi-finals
Croke Park hosts tomorrow’s last-four double-header.
# Team news
Farrell makes just one change to his starting XV while Foster rolls the dice and takes out four
Both Ireland and New Zealand named their starting teams for Saturday’s series decider this morning.
# Team news
Danny Care returns to England starting line-up for Sydney decider
The scrum-half replaces Jack van Poortvliet.
# Team news
Murphy makes four changes as Ireland U20s prepare for Summer Series play-off against Scotland
Ireland take on Scotland at the Stadio Di Monigo in Treviso tomorrow morning.
# Team news
No Con O'Callaghan or James McCarthy as Dublin name team for All-Ireland semi-final
The Dubs will take on Kerry tomorrow afternoon in Croke Park.
# Team news
Emmett Bradley gets a recall for Derry while Galway stick to their guns for Croke Park clash
Tribesmen boss Pádraic Joyce has not tinkered with the XV who won that epic penalty shootout victory last time out, but Rory Gallagher has shuffled his pack somewhat.
# Team news
Jack O'Connor keeps the faith as Kerry name unchanged side to face Dublin
While they stuttered somewhat to their 1-18 to 0-13 win at the quarter-final stage, the Kingdom boss has opted against freshening things up for the semis.
# The Starters
Changes all round as Meath, Dublin and co. name teams for All-Ireland quarter-finals
All-Ireland champions Meath face Galway tomorrow, while Dublin and Donegal, Armagh and Kerry, and Cork and Mayo, also do battle.
# Test Two
Cuthbert comes in as Wales bid to bounce back against much-changed Boks
Wyn Jones and the uncapped Sam Wainwright come into the matchday 23.
# Team news
Padraig Walsh starts for Kilkenny and Richie Hogan makes bench
Brian Lohan has named an unchanged Clare team.
# Recovery
McInerney makes Galway team, Lynch and Casey among Limerick subs
Henry Shefflin and John Kiely have named their teams for Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final.
# Team news
France hand Jolmes, Tanga debuts against Japan
Flanker Charles Ollivon returns to captain the side after missing the Six Nations through injury.
# Team news
Aki captains Ireland against Māori as Frawley starts at out-half
Andy Farrell has named an exciting team for Wednesday’s clash in Hamilton.
# Team news
Perenara has to settle for bench spot as Māori name team for Ireland clash
Clayton McMillan has been able to include a handful of full New Zealand internationals.
# Team news
Kerry's Clifford boost for quarter final clash while Mayo must do without Ryan O'Donoghue
The managers have named their side’s for Sunday’s meeting.
# As You Were
Cork name team for All-Ireland quarter-final against Dublin
John Cleary’s starting XV remains unchanged from the side that defeated Limerick.
# Team news
Horgan remains on bench as Cork side named for Galway showdown
Robert Downey and Shane Kingston both start despite picking up knocks against Antrim.
# Lovely Hurling
Wexford name unchanged side for All-Ireland preliminary quarter-final against Kerry
Antrim, who also stick with the same 15, go up against Cork.
# Team news
Cork name Horgan on the bench with O'Mahony set to start against Antrim
The teams meet in Corrigan Park in Belfast on Saturday.
# Team news
Furlong fit to start as Leinster make two changes for Bulls clash
Leo Cullen has named his team for tomorrow’s United Rugby Championship semi-final at the RDS.
# Team news
Sexton drops out as Leinster make seven changes from Champions Cup final defeat
They face Glasgow Warriors in the URC quarter-finals tomorrow.
# Team news
Munster's O'Mahony and Coombes return for URC quarter-final tie with Ulster
The provinces meet at Kingspan Stadium tomorrow evening.
# The Starters
One change apiece for Derry and Galway ahead of provincial football finals
Rory Gallagher’s men face Donegal, while the Tribe go up against Roscommon.
# Team news
Furlong and Lowe start as Leinster name unchanged team for Champions Cup final
La Rochelle boss Ronan O’Gara has named influential second row Will Skelton in his starting XV.
Friend picks a blend of youth and experience for Connacht's final game of the season
Zebre visit the Sportsground tomorrow evening.
# Team news
Munster welcome back Conway as Larmour and Baird return for Leinster
The teams have been named for tomorrow’s inter-pro at the Aviva.
# Team news
Kendellen and Wycherley start for Munster with Daly set for first European cap
Johann van Graan has gone for a settled-looking team with Munster missing several forwards through injury.
# Home and Away
Dublin's Aussie Rules duo straight back in for Leinster championship opener
Sinéad Goldrick and Lauren Magee are named to start against Westmeath tomorrow.
# football team news
Banty hands out two championship debuts in Monaghan team to face Down
Roscommon and Wexford are among the others to have shown their hands ahead of this weekend’s football action.
Cullen rotates team for Leinster's top-of-the-table clash against Stormers
There’s a first start for scrum-half Cormac Foley in Cape Town.
# Team news
Billy Burns returns from injury to start at out-half for Ulster against Edinburgh
The sides will clash in the URC on Saturday evening.
# starting XV
Six changes for Connacht as Blade set to make 150th appearance against Sharks
Head coach Andy Friend is hoping to make it a clean sweep against the South African sides in the URC this season.