GAA fixture chaos as matches rescheduled for today are called off while League of Ireland also hit
The GAA fixtures calendar has been dealt another blow with matches rescheduled for today being called off.
Numerous matches in the Allianz Football and Hurling League fell victim to the weather yesterday with some being rescheduled for today.
But it has been confirmed that four rearranged matches due to take place today have been called off.
The matches called off today are:
Allianz FL Division 2 round 6
Louth v Meath, Gaelic Grounds
Allianz FL Division 4 round 6
Wicklow v Limerick, Aughrim
Waterford v Leitrim, Ardmore
Allianz HL Division 2A final
Westmeath v Carlow, Portlaoise
The Allianz Hurling League final will have to be delayed by a further week to April 7/8 following the postponement of the Wexford-Galway and Dublin-Tipperary quarter-finals.
Called off yesterday due to snow, it was hoped to play them today but, with no improvement in the weather, they were called off again last night and will now be played next weekend, with details finalised at some stage on Monday.
The other two quarter-finals (Offaly v Kilkenny and Limerick v Clare) have been re-fixed for today but are subject to early pitch inspections. That also applies to the five football games that were re-fixed for this afternoon.
Division 1 Quarter-Finals
Offaly v Kilkenny, Bord na Móna O’Connor Park, 1.30pm
Limerick v Clare, Gaelic Grounds, 4pm
Offaly v Sligo, Bord na Móna O’Connor Park, 3.15pm
Meanwhile, a number of games in the SSE Airtricity League and EA SPORTS Cup have been postponed.
In the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division, Bray Wanderers' clash with Waterford is called off along with St Patrick's Athletic's game against Sligo Rovers.
In the SSE Airtricity League First Divison, Wexford's game with UCD has been postponed, following a pitch inspection in Ferrycarrig Park.
In the EA SPORTS Cup, St Mochta's were due to take on Drogheda United but that game will now be played on another date.
All four games will be rescheduled in due course.
The remaining four games in the SSE Airtricity League Premier and First Divisions, and EA Sports Cup go ahead as planned on Monday.