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Published: 15:20 | 16/6/17

GAA team news: Same again for Tyrone

There are no changes to the Tyrone team for Sunday's Ulster SFC semi-final against Donegal.

The Red Hand defeated Derry by 11 points last time out and manager Mickey Harte has kept faith with the same starting XV for the game in Clones.

Ronan McNabb has been ruled out due to the ankle injury he picked up playing for his club, while Justin McMahon and Cathal McCarron have recovered from injuries to take their place on the bench.

Tyrone (SF v Donegal): N Morgan; A McCrory, R McNamee, P Hampsey; T McCann, R Brennan, P Harte; C Cavanagh, C McCann; K McGeary, N Sludden, C Meyler; M Bradley, S Cavanagh, M Donnelly.

Meath manager Andy McEntee has kept faith with the side that defeated Louth for Saturday's Leinster SFC semi-final against Kildare.

James Toher retains his place after coming into the side as a replacement for James McEntee, while Donal Keogan continues at centre-back despite Brian Power recovering from injury.

Meath (SF v Kildare): P O'Rourke; M Burke, C McGill, D Tobin; P Harnan, D Keogan, S McEntee; B Menton, R Jones; J Toher, C O'Sullivan, E Wallace; G Reilly, B McMahon, D Lenihan.

Meanwhile, Kildare manager Cian O'Neill has opted not to make changes to his side for the game in Tullamore.

The Lilywhites overcame Laois by 14-points two weeks ago and the same team will take to the field against the Royals.

Kildare (SF v Meath): M Donnellan; M O'Grady, D Hyland, O Lyons; J Byrne, E Doyle, K Cribbin; K Feely, T Moolick; F Conway, N Kelly, P Cribbin; D Slattery, D Flynn, C McNally.

The Leitrim team to face Roscommon in the Connacht SFC semi-final shows no changes from the side that defeated London last time.

Leitrim (SF v Roscommon): B Flynn; M McWeeney, R Gallagher, P Maguire; J Rooney, D Wrynn, O Madden; S Moran, D Moran; B Gallagher, D McGovern, R O’Rourke; K Beirne, C Gaffney, D Rooney. 

Laois have been boosted by the news that Mark Timmons, Stephen Attride and Kieran Lillis have all been passed fit to start against Wicklow in Saturday's All-Ireland SFC qualifier.

All three players have recovered from their respective injuries and they have been included in the starting line-up for Saturday's game in Aughrim.

Timmons comes in at full-back with Attride taking his place alongside him, while Lillis is named at wing-forward.

Laois (SF v Wicklow): G Brody; D Strong, M Timmons, S Attride; E Buggie, P McMahon, D O'Connor; B Quigley, C Begley; A Farrell, J O'Loughlin, K Lillis; E O'Carroll, D Kingston, P Kingston. 

Offaly have made one change to their starting line-up for Leinster SFC quarter-final replay against Westmeath on Saturday.

Eoin Carroll picked up a knee injury in last weekend's drawn game and he has failed to recover in time for the replay in Mullingar.

His place in midfield will be taken by Conor McNamee.

Offaly (SF v Westmeath): A Mulhall; B Darby, E Rigney, S Pender; N Darby, P Cunningham, C Donohue; C McNamee, D Hanlon; R Allen, G Guilfoyle, M Brazil; J Moloney, N Dunne, N McNamee. 

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