Kerry have made two changes to their starting line-up for Sunday’s All-Ireland final against Donegal.
He endured a frustrating start to the summer but Rory Kavanagh hopes he has timed his return to perfection.
- No dual players for Fitzgerald
- Tipperary wait on injured duo
- Moloney credits Wexford
- Cork claim camogie title
- Clare clinch three-in-a-row
- Hickey makes case for defrence
- McGee primed for Kerry threat
- O'Sullivan hungry for more
- Huge demand for final tickets
- O'Connor: Kingdom can prevail
- Durcan playing a key role
- Horan slams Mayo county board
- Brogan to decide on future
- Keenan calls time on Louth
- McHugh rules out return
- Dublin must do without Mannion
- Munster votes for open draw
- McGuinness: Compromise is key
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Donegal boss Jim McGuinness said he is looking for a perfect performance from his side against Kerry in this Sunday’s All Ireland Football final.
Sky Bet's Jamie Casey picks out the best odds ahead of this weekend's All-Ireland final.
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Jamesie O'Connor is backing Tipperary and Kilkenny to serve up a high-scoring cracker.
Peter Canavan looks back at the thrilling All-Ireland semi-final wins for Kerry and Donegal.
Peter Canavan is predicting a repeat of last year's All-Ireland final between Dublin and Mayo.
Peter Canavan believes Mayo will produce a big performance against Kerry on Sunday.