Further club championship games have been postponed in Galway and Cork due to Covid-19 concerns.
The Galway IFC semi-final between Cortoon Shamrocks and Dunmore MacHales was called off today just an hour before throw-in due to a player from one of the teams "coming in close contact with a suspected Covid 19 case".
Last night's Galway SHC semi-final between reigning champions St Thomas' and Cappataggle was also postponed after a player tested positive while the county's junior and senior camogie finals were called off earlier in the week.
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The County Intermediate Football semi-final between Dunmore McHales and Cortoon Shamrocks due to be played this afternoon in Tuam Stadium at 2pm has been called off. Second game goes ahead at 5pm
A second Cork SFC quarter-final is also off.
Today's Newcestown against St Finbarr's fixture has been provisionally re-fixed for Tuesday evening with Newcestown reportedly awaiting Covid test results.
The last-eight meeting between Ballincollig and Nemo Rangers was postponed on Thursday after a positive test in the Ballincollig camp.