The Longford SFC semi-finals scheduled for this weekend have been postponed due to two cases of Covid-19 among "active members of a GAA club" in the county.
In addition to Sunday's games, when Longford Slashers were set to take on 2018 champions Mullinalaghta St Columba's and holders Killoe Emmet Og were to face Mostrim, the intermediate final between Ardagh Moydow and St Brigid's Killashee is also off, as are a senior league game and junior quarter-final.
"You may be aware that two positive COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in our county over the past couple of days," said a Longford GAA statement.
"These two positives are active members of a GAA club, however the source is not GAA related. Public Health Authorities are liaising with the club and players in question and the work involved in contact tracing has commenced.
"Having spoken with the Public Health Authorities and the club in question over the course of this evening, Longford GAA have, given the advice received together with our concerns over the health of all of our members, made the decision to postpone the following games which were down for decision over the coming days..."
A copy of the statement issued by Longford GAA tonight pic.twitter.com/HxrObsYnMc— Longford GAA (@OfficialLDGAA) September 25, 2020