Storm Dennis has forced the postponement of several Allianz National Hurling League games around the country this weekend.
In the National Hurling League, Offaly and Antrim's Division 2A clash fell foul of the weather, as did the Division 2B tie between Derry and Kildare and the Division 3B fixture which would have seen Fermanagh host Sligo.
Limerick and Waterford's Division 1 Group A game has been moved from Saturday night to Sunday afternoon, with throw-in there slated for 2.0pm at Limerick IT Gaelic Grounds - providing the playing surfaces passes and inspection.
Mayo and Wicklow's Division 2A tussle on Sunday afternoon has been moved from McHale Park to the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence.
MATCH MOVED: Sunday's Allianz HL Division 2A match between @MayoGAA and @wicklowgaa has been moved from Elverys MacHale Park to the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence in Bekan with a throw-in time of 1pm #AllianzLeagues #GAA— The GAA (@officialgaa) February 15, 2020
Dublin and Carlow's Division 1 Group B tie is due to have a further inspection - having passed an earlier one - from the referee ahead of their 5.0pm throw in on Saturday. For now, however, the tie is going ahead.
Elsewhere, a Dr Harty Cup final between CBC Cork and St Flannan's College, Ennis was called off this morning.
The refixture is reportedly planned for Saturday 29 February in Mallow with a 1.0pm throw-in.
The Connacht U-20 football semi-final between Leitrim and Galway was postponed as was a Leinster U-20 football quarter-final clash involving Laois and Westmeath. All four Ulster U-20 quarter-finals were also postponed.