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Premier League and National League action called off as Storm Ciara wreaks havoc with sporting schedule

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A number of National League games and other sporting events have been postponed due to Storm Ciara. Photo by Oliver McVeigh/Sportsfile

A number of National League games and other sporting events have been postponed due to Storm Ciara. Photo by Oliver McVeigh/Sportsfile

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A number of National League games and other sporting events have been postponed due to Storm Ciara. Photo by Oliver McVeigh/Sportsfile

As Storm Ciara continues to rage across the country, a number of sporting events have already fallen casualty to the inclement weather.

There has been upheaval in the National Football League, with Laois vs Cavan, Louth vs Offaly and Wicklow vs Sligo already called off, while there could be other fixtures postponed due to the stormy weather.

Tyrone vs Kerry, which had been fixed for Omagh, will now take place in Edendork. All camogie league matches have been cancelled while a number of National Ladies Football League games are also off.

Across the water in the UK, the Premier League has also been impacted, with Man City's home tie with West Ham also wiped off today's schedule.

The President's Cup between Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers has also been postponed, with a new date for the fixture to be announced in due course.

The club rugby schedule has also been impacted, with Leinster Rugby confirming that 'all Leinster Rugby Branch games' have been postponed including men's, women's, age grade and youths fixtures.

We will continue to update this throughout the day with news of any other cancellations.

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