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Here are the Munster and Ulster football squads for interprovincial semi-finals

Munster face Connacht in Tuam on Sunday while Ulster will meet Leinster in Navan.

Munster and Ulster are both in action this weekend.
Munster and Ulster are both in action this weekend.
Image: INPHO/Presseye/Russell Pritchard

MARC Ó SÉ is poised to make his seasonal competitive bow after being named in the Munster squad for Sunday’s M. Donnelly interprovincial football semi-final against Connacht.

Ó Sé, who has missed Kerry’s opening two league games and only rejoined the squad’s training this week, is one of 13 Kingdom players in the squad.

There are 11 Cork players included by manager Ger O’Sullivan with no other county represented as Clare, Limerick, Waterford and Tipperary players have boycotted the competition in protest at this year’s seeded draw for the Munster championship.

Munster take on Connacht in Tuam Stadium at 2pm next Sunday afternoon. Here’s the Munster squad in full:

MUNSTERCork: Mark Collins, Ruairi Deane, Daniel Goulding, Brian Hurley, Paul Kerrigan, James Loughrey, John McLoughlin, Donncha O’Connor, Barry O’Driscoll, Ken O’Halloran, John O’Rourke.

Kerry: Peter Crowley, Shane Enright, Michael Geaney, Mark Griffin, Brendan Kealy, Barry John Keane, Jonathan Lyne, Anthony Maher, Brian McGuire, David Moran, Aidan O’Mahony, Marc Ó Sé, Donnchadh Walsh.

Joe Kernan has also unveiled his Ulster panel for their match with Leinster at Páirc Tailteann in Navan on Sunday afternoon at 2pm.

Cavan, Derry, Donegal, Down, Fermanagh, Monaghan and Tyrone are all represented in the Ulster squad.

ULSTERCavan: David Givney, Eugene Keating, Rory Dunne, Cian Mackey.

Derry: Chrissy McKaigue, James Kielt, Sean Leo McGoldrick.

Donegal: Neil McGee, Eamonn McGee, Karl Lacey, Mark McHugh, Michael Murphy.

Down: Mark Poland, Kevin McKernan.

Fermanagh: Ryan McCluskey, Eoin Donnelly, Ryan Jones.

Monaghan: Rory Beggan, Colin Walshe, Conor McManus, Kieran Hughes.

Tyrone: Peter Harte, Sean Cavanagh, Niall Morgan, Conor Clarke, Colm Cavanagh, Matthew Donnelly, Darren McCurry.

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