The two Division 1 Allianz Hurling League games featuring Limerick-Waterford and Galway-Tipperary that were postponed because of Storm Dennis have been rescheduled for the weekend of 7/8 March.
The refixtures will inevitably mean that the Division 1 decider, originally scheduled for Sunday, 22 March, will now have to be put back.
On Saturday 7 March, Limerick will host Waterford at the LIT Gaelic Grounds at 7pm. Pearse Stadium in Salthill will host the Galway-Tipperary tie on Sunday, 8 March at 2pm.
The Division 1 quarter-finals had been scheduled for that weekend and will now need to be pushed back by at least a week.
Last season's Allianz League finals were played as a double-header, and it is likely this year's football and hurling will also be held on Sunday 29 March.
Three other games in the hurling league that fell foul of the weather a fortnight ago have also been rescheduled.
With a 2pm start on Sunday, 8 March, Offaly host Antrim at Bord na Móna O'Connor Pk, Derry welcome Kildare to Celtic Park, while Fermanagh welcome Sligo to Brewster Park.
Meanwhile, this Sunday’s Division 1 meeting of Laois and Kilkenny has been switched from MW Hire O’Moore Park to UPMC Nowlan Park.
The move comes about at the request of Laois GAA who have opted to close their county ground to facilitate remedial work on the O'Moore Park pitch.