All adult GAA games in Donegal, including the senior county final between St Eunan's and Naomh Conaill, have been postponed, as has the Donegal Harvest Rally, following an explosion at a service station in Creeslough.

Ten people were killed following the incident in county Donegal on Friday afternoon.

In a statement the Donegal county board confirmed that they have postponed all adult games that were due to take place this weekend.

The statement read: "The prayers of all Donegal Gaels are with the community of Cresslough tonight.

"The extent of fatalities and injuries at the terrible explosion this evening is not yet clear but there is little doubt that a tragedy of epic proportions is unfolding.

The thoughts and prayers of everyone involved with CLG Dhún na nGall are with the community of Creeslough, the hardworking emergency services and the Gaels of CLG Naomh Micheál at this terrible time.

"All Donegal club championship games this weekend are being cancelled including the four county finals tomorrow afternoon and on Sunday."

The Donegal Harvest Rally, which was due to take place on Sunday, has also been postponed.

A statement from the Donegal Motor Club, in consultation with Motorsport Ireland read: "In light of the serious incident that has occurred in Creeslough today, Donegal Motor Club in consultation with Motorsport Ireland has decided to postpone the 2022 Donegal Harvest Rally which was due to take place on Saturday October 8th.

"Our thoughts are with all who have been affected at this time".

The event was due to be the final round of the Triton Showers National Rally Championship and had attracted a capacity entry.

No new date for the rally has been announced.