Storm Dennis has wreaked more havoc on the GAA fixture list, wiping out Tipperary v Galway and Limerick v Waterford in Division 1, Group A of the Allianz Hurling League.

Galway and Tipp were due to clash at Pearse Stadium this afternoon but it's been called off due to high winds.

Limerick and the Déise's game had been moved from Saturday night to this afternoon at the LIT Gaelic Grounds, but high winds have also put paid to that fixture.

The CCCC will confirm a new date for both games in the next few days.

The Division 3A match between Louthgaa and Donegal is okay - the pitch in Darver passed an inspection this morning.

In the Allianz Football League the Division 3 clash between Louth and Offaly will go ahead in Drogheda Park, while Wicklow and Sligo's game in Division 4 at Joule Park, Aughrim has also been given the green light.

In Division 2 Laois and Cavan's collision at MW Hire O'Moore Park is good to go.

On Saturday 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.

The Dr Harty Cup final between CBC Cork and St Flannan's College, Ennis was also called off.