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Published: 08:32 | 27/5/16

Morrison to make debut for Orchard

Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney has handed Patrick Morrison his first championship start for Sunday's Ulster SFC quarter-final against Cavan at Kingspan Breffni Park.

Morrison has been the Orchard County's number one since the league defeat to Cavan in March has he once again starts in goal for Sunday's clash.

James Morgan returns to the side after recovering from a wrist injury, while Ciaran McKeever has been passed fit to take his place in the half-back line alongside Andy Mallon and Aidan Forker.

Armagh (SF v Cavan): P Morrison; J Morgan, C Vernon, M Shields; A Mallon, A Forker, C McKeever; B Donaghy, E Rafferty; R Grugan, T Kernan, C O'Hanlon; C Watters, S Campbell, G McParland.

Cavan, meanwhile, have handed debuts to right corner-back Padraig Faulkner and midfielder Liam Buchanan after impressing during the Allianz Football League.

In total manager Terry Hyland has made three changes to the side that faced Tyrone in the Division 2 final last month with Rory Dunne, Feargal Flanagan and Niall Murray all coming into the starting fifteen.

Jason McLoughlin, Ciaran Brady and Killian Brady are the players to miss out.

Cavan (SF v Armagh): R Galligan; P Faulkner, K Clarke, R Dunne; F Flanagan, C Moynagh, N Murray; T Corr, L Buchanan; D McVeety, G McKiernan, M Reilly; D Givney, M Argue, S Johnston.

Evan Regan will make his debut for Mayo in Sunday's Connacht SFC quarter-final against London.

Regan is named at right corner-forward and joins Cillian O'Connor and Conor O'Shea in the full-forward line, while Tom Parsons and Jason Gibbons are named in the centre of the park.

Mayo (SF v London): R Hennelly; B Harrison, K Keane, K Higgins; L Keegan, C Boyle, P Durcan; T Parsons, J Gibbons; K McLoughlin, A O’Shea, J Doherty; E Regan, C O’Connor, C O’Shea.

Waterford (SF v Tipperary): S Enright; T O hUallachain, T O'Gorman, M O'Gorman; J McGrath, S Prendergast, R O'Ceallaigh; T Prendergast, C Guiry; M Curry, P Whyte, P Hurney; G Crotty, JJ Hutchinson, L O Corraoin.

Tipperary (SF v Waterford): E Comerford; C O’Shaughnessy, A Campbell, C McDonald; B Maher, R Kiely, S Leahy; A Moloney, G Hannigan; J Keane, P Acheson, B Fox; C Sweeney, M Quinlivan, P Austin.

Mayo captain urges Staunton to play on

11:39 | Today

Mayo captain Sarah Tierney hopes Cora Staunton stays on for a 24th season of inter-county football in 2018.

Bonner expects Donegal to be competitive

10:00 | Today

New Donegal football manager Declan Bonner expects the Tir Chonaill to be "very, very competitive" in 2018.

Lynch set for Patrickswell return

16:29 | 22/9/17

Cian Lynch is expected to start Patrickswell's Limerick club hurling quarter-final replay against Ballybrown on Saturday.

Kingston to leave Cork

19:57 | 23/9/17

Cork senior hurling manager Kieran Kingston has decided to step down after two years in charge.

Bonner confirmed as Donegal manager

18:35 | 21/9/17

Declan Bonner has been confirmed as the new manager of Donegal on a three-year term.

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