Tyrone Manager Mickey HarteHandout

Mickey Harte has made seven changes to his starting XV for the trip to Donegal on Saturday night.

Justin McMahon, who suffered a hamstring tear in the last-gasp win over Westmeath, is replaced at full-back by Conor Gormley, who moves back from centre-back.

Dromore’s Sean O’Neill takes over at number six and Ciaran Gourley starts at corner back in his first start since he sustained an injury in the All-Ireland semi-final win over Wexford last year. PJ Quinn comes in for Martin Swift in the other corner.

Collie Holmes replaces Enda McGinley, who also suffered a hamstring tweak against the Lake County, in midfield.

Tommy McGuigan, Aidan Cassidy Colm McCullagh replace Shaun O’Neill, Niall Gromley and Raymie Mulgrew. 

Tyrone [SF v Donegal]: J Devine, PJ Quinn, C Gormley, C Gourley, D Harte, Sean O'Neill, P Jordan, K Hughes, C Holmes, C Cavanagh, O Mulligan, T McGuigan, C McCullagh, S Cavanagh, A Cassidy.

Liam Sammon has opted to bring his under-21 stars back into the Galway starting line-up for the clash with Derry on Sunday.

Paul Conroy and Cormac Bane come into a new-look full-forward line, with Nicky Joyce and Mark Lydon dropping to the bench.

In defense, the Corofin clubman, Gary Sice is back in the team in place of Gareth Bradshaw at wing-back, while Adrian Feherty gets the nod ahead of Paul Doherty in goal.

Galway [SF v Derry]: A Feherty; N Coyne, F Hanley, D Burke; G Sice, D Blake, D Mullally; B Cullinane, J Bergin; S Armstrong, P Joyce, D Dunleavy; P Conroy, M Meehan, C Bane.

John Joe Doherty, the Donegal manager, has made seven changes to his side for the Allianz NFL Division One clash with Tyrone on Saturday night.

Donegal are second from bottom and facing relegation following the heavy defeat to Galway last Sunday.

Doherty has dropped a number of high-profile names for the visit of the All-Ireland champions to Ballybofey.

 Eamon McGee, Eoin Wade, Raymond Sweeney, Kevin Cassidy, Leon Thompson, Micheal Murphy and Colm McFadden are all miss out in the cull.

Johnny Gallagher, Charlie Byrne, Barry Monaghan, Micheal Maguire, Brendan Boyle, Stephen Griffin and Micheal Doherty come into the side.

Donegal [SF v Tyrone]: P Durcan; J Gallagher, N McGee, P McDaid, C Byrne, B Monaghan, M Maguire, B Boyle, C Toye, D Walsh, B Roper, R Kavanagh, C Dunne, S Griffin, M Doherty.

Anthony Daly, the Dublin manager, has made three changes to his side for the NHL Division One clash with Waterford at Parnell Park on Sunday.

Gary Maguire, who spent the early part of the season traveling in Australia, replaces Alan Nolan in goal for his first start of the campaign.

Niall Corcoran starts at corner back in place of Maurice O’Brien, while in attack, makes his first start in the league at corner forward.

Dublin [SH v Waterford]: G Maguire; R Trainor, T Brady, N Corcoran; S Hiney, M Carton, D OReilly; S Durkin, J McCaffrey; S Lambert, L Ryan, A McCrabbe; D Treacy, D O’Callaghan, L Rushe.

There are two changes to the Laois side for the must-win league clash against Fermanagh following last week’s heavy defeat to Cork.

Ger Reddin is back from injury and takes over from Darren Rooney at centre-back, with Rooney moving to the wing and Peter O’Leary missing out.

Noel Garvan, who had returned from injury to face the Rebels, is replaced by Kevin Meaney, while MJ Tierney and Peter McNulty switch corners in the full-forward line.

Laois [SF v Fermanagh]: M Nolan; P Begley, C Ryan, R Stapleton; D Rooney, G Reddin, P McMahon; P Clancy, K Meaney; B McCormack, B Quigley, B Sheehan; M J Tierney, R Munnelly, P McNulty.

Only one member of the original 2009 panel has survived following the return of Cork's 2008 players to inter-county hurling.

Conor O'Sullivan is included at corner back in a team that sees the majority of The Rebels' stalwarts start.

Veteran Donal Óg Cusack is named in goals by interim manager John Considine, with Shane O'Neill, Eoin Cadogan and Conor O'Sullivan forming the full back line.

John Gardiner, Ronan Curran and Kevin Hartnett are the half backs, with Tom Kenny and Cathan Naughton picked in the centre of the field.

Ben O'Connor, Niall McCarthy and Pat Cronin are brought into the half forwards, with Pat Horgan, Neil Ronan and Sars' Kieran Murphy chosen in the full attack line.

Martin Coleman, Chris Murphy, Kieran McGann, Graham Calnan, Barry Johnson, Kieran Murphy (Erins Own), Tadhg Óg Murphy, Brian Corry, Paudie O’Sullivan will be on the substitutes bench.

Cork [SH v Clare]: D Óg Cusack; S O'Neill, E Cadogan, C O'Sullivan; J Gardiner, R Curran, K Hartnett; T Kenny, C Naughton; B O'Connor, N McCarthy, P Cronin; P Horgan, N Ronan, K Murphy.

Mike McNamara, the Clare hurling manager, has made three changes for the vital NHL Division One relegation battle with Cork on Sunday.

Conor McMahon comes in at right corner-back as Enda Barrett drops to the bench. Brian O’Connell will make his first start of the season in a new look midfield alongside Pat Vaughan.

Jonathon Clancy moves to wing-forward into a much-changed attack, as Ger Arthurs starts at top of the right, with Colin Ryan and Barry Nugent occupying the other berths in the full-forward line. Niall Gilligan and Alan Markham both drop down to the bench.

Clare [SH v Cork]: P Brennan; C McMahon, C Dillon, G O’Grady; B Bugler, G Quinn, P Donnellan; B O’Connell, P Vaughan; T Griffin, D McMahon, J Clancy; G Arthur, B Nugent, C Ryan.

Davy Fitzgerald, the Waterford boss, has handed first league starts of the year to Adrian Power and Jerome Maher for Sunday’s clash with Dublin.

Maher is named ahead of Noel Connors at corner back, while Power is preferred to regular netminder Clinton Hennessy.

Declan Prendergast, who is serving an eight-week suspension, is replaced by Aidan Kearney at full-back. Eoin Kelly is back in the side at full-forward, with Shane Walsh dropping to the bench.

Waterford [SH v Dublin]: A Power; J Maher, A Kearney, E Murphy; R Foley, M Walsh, J Murray; S O’Sullivan, J Nagle; G Hurney, K McGrath, S Prendergast; J Kennedy, E Kelly, S Molumphy.

Fermanagh have made one change from the side that lost to Armagh last weekend for the trip to Laois on Saturday night.

Michael Hughes comes in at corner back in place of Hugh Brady, who is suspended after picking up his second yellow card of the league campaign against the Orchard County.

Rory Foy is named in the team at wing-back, but he remains a doubtful starter after picking up a hamstring injury last week. Foy sat out the under-21 championship defeat to Down on Wednesday night.

Fermanagh [SF v Laois]: R Gallagher; S Goan, S Lyons, M Jones; P Sherry, S McDermott, R Foy; M McGrath, J Sherry; M Little, T McElroy, S O’Brien; E Maguire, R Carson, E Ferris.

Colm Bonnar has decided to name an unchanged Wexford team for the NHL Division Two clash with Westmeath on Sunday.

Wexford [SH v Westmeath]: D. Fitzhenry; B. O’Leary; R. Kehoe, A. O’Connell; M. Jacob, C. Kenny, M. Travers; C. Farrell, D. Redmond; S. Banville, E. Quigley, D. Lyng; S. Doyle, R. Jacob, N. Kirwan.

Dublin boss Pat Gilroy has made several changes to the team that was beaten by Derry last time out for Sunday's NFL game in Mayo.

Michael Savage replaces Stephen Cluxton in goal and makes his competitive debut for the capital, while Brian Cullen, who captains the side, returns at right half back. David Henry also resumes his more usual role at left corner back.

Declan Lally is named at left half forward, while Kevin Bonner and Conal Keaney switches positions in attack.

Dublin (SF v Mayo): M Savage; D Henry, D Bastick, A Hubbard; B Cullen, G Brennan, B Cahill; C Whelan, R McConnell; D Connolly, K Bonner, D Lally; B Kelly, C Keaney, B Brogan.

Tipperary have made three changes for their National Hurling League encounter against Kilkenny at the weekend.

Conor O'Brien is included at corner back, with Brendan Maher pairing up with Shane McGrath in centre field.

Tony Scroope comes in at corner forward, with Paddy Stapleton, Thomas Stapleton and Wille Ryan the players to lose out.

Tipperary (SH v Kilkenny): B Cummins; C O’Brien, D Fanning, P Curran; B Dunne, C O’Mahony (capt), D Fitzgerald; B Maher, S McGrath; N McGrath, S Callanan, J Woodlock; T Scroope, J O’Brien, P Kelly.

Cork manager Con Counihan has rung the changes for The Rebels' National Football League encounter with Wexford.

Kevin Murphy is preferred in goal to Alan Quirke, while Kieran O'Connor, Ray Carey and Anthony Lynch line out at the back.

Ger Spillane, captain Graham Canty and Michael Shields form the half backs, with Alan O'Connor and Nicholas Murphy named in the middle of the field.

John Hayes moves to the half forwards and will play alongside Paul Kerrigan and Paul O'Flynn, while Daniel Goulding, Michael Cussen and Donncha O'Connor are preferred in attack, the latter having scored nine points against Laois last time out.

Cork (SF v Wexford): K Murphy; K O'Connor, R Carey, A Lynch; G Spilliane, G Canty, M Shields; A O'Connor, N Murphy; J Hayes, P Kerrigan, P O'Flynn; D Goulding, M Cussen, D O'Connor.

The Derry football and hurling teams for this weekend’s league action have also been named.

Derry (SF v Galway): J Deighan; K McCloy, N McCusker, R Dillon; P Cartin, B McGoldrick, S L McGoldrick; P Bradley, E Muldoon; P Young, P Murphy, B Mullan; P Bradley, E Bradley, B McGuigan.

Derry (SH v Kildare): D McDaid; R McCloskey, C Quinn, S McCullagh; P McGlade, S Henry, M Craig; O McCloskey, S McNicholl; B Dodds, P McCloskey, S Dodds; K Hinphey, R Convery, M Kirkpatrick.