Ten National League fixtures scheduled for this weekend have been postponed due to Covid-19, including four InsureMyVan.ie Super League games and two MissQuote.ie Super League contests.

It follows three postponements in National League on Wednesday and Thursday.

Tradehouse Central Ballincollig versus Garvey's Tralee Warriors, Killester against Bright DCU Saints, Griffith College Templeogue's game with UCD Marian, and Moycullen versus C&S Neptune are all postponed in the InsureMyVan.ie Super League.

Leixlip Amenities Liffey Celtics against DCU Mercy and WIT Waterford Wildcats’ game with The Address UCC Glanmire have been postponed in the MissQuote.ie Super League.

Two upcoming Super League fixtures - Killester versus Trinity Meteors and IT Carlow Basketball against Fr. Mathews - scheduled for 2 January and 3 January remain on course to be played.

The five National League fixtures that currently remain unaffected by Covid-19 are being assessed by the Men's National Competitions Committee (MNCC) and Women's National League Committee (WLNC).

Basketball Ireland National League manager John Walsh said, "We are in constant dialogue with clubs on fixtures and naturally things are changing day-by-day.

"We are in unprecedented times at the moment with Covid-19 affecting all sports across the country. We will update basketball fans with any fixture cancellations as soon as possible."