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.
Regrettably, the GAA has been informed that under the new Level 5 restrictions, inter-county minor games are not allowed after 27th Dec., so the Leinster MFC & MHC finals are postponed.— Official Offaly GAA (@Offaly_GAA) December 24, 2020
The GAA intends to play the games at the first available opportunity.
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.
In light of the impending restrictions to be imposed due to Covid 19, The @ConnachtGAA Council has brought the Electric Ireland Connacht Minor Football Final forward to Saturday 26th December at 4.30pm pic.twitter.com/2hJnVGqUUL— Roscommon GAA (@RoscommonGAA) December 22, 2020