The Leinster Minor Hurling and Football finals have been postponed due to the move to Level 5 restrictions.

The province's minor football final between Offaly and Meath was due to take place on 3 January at Parnell Park, the day after the hurling decider at Portlaoise's O'Moore Park in which Offaly were also due to be involved against Kilkenny on Saturday, 2 January.

The postponed fixtures will be played "at the first available opportunity".

The country has moved to Level 5 restrictions, with some exemptions in place, from Christmas Eve until 12 January.

Munster's minor hurling decider took place on 20 December with Limerick defeating Tipperary 2-22 to 0-25 after extra time. Kerry beat Clare 2-14 to 1-07 in the Munster MFC decider two days later on Tuesday.

Ulster's football semi-finals are scheduled to take place on 3 January, while the Connacht GAA Council brought forward their final between Sligo and Roscommon to 26 December due to the incoming restrictions.