A number of today's Allianz Football League fixtures have been postponed

Games have been called off up and down the country due to poor weather conditions on Sunday morning.

Updated at 12.35pm

A NUMBER OF TODAY’S Allianz National Football League games have been called off due to adverse weather conditions throughout the country on Sunday morning.

DVvq_hWXUAEEwZw Kingspan Breffini Park covered in snow early on Sunday morning. Source: Official Cavan GAA Twitter

In Division 2, Meath’s visit to Kingspan Breffni Park to take on Cavan has been postponed for a second time having been originally scheduled for Saturday night.

Iniskeen has also been deemed unplayable, meaning Kerry’s meeting with Monaghan in Division 1 has also been postponed, as has Sligo’s game against Fermanagh at Markievicz Park in Division 3.

It was confirmed early on Sunday afternoon that Derry’s Division 3 encounter with Offaly at Celtic Park would also be postponed.

A number of Lidl Ladies National Football League games have also been called off, with Roscommon vs Meath (Division 3), Tyrone vs Tipperary, Sligo vs Armagh, (Division 2) and Limerick vs Wicklow (Division 4) all postponed.

All Ashbourne Cup, Purcell & Fr Meachair Cup camogie finals scheduled to take place at Duggan Park have also been called off.

Details of when each game will be replayed will be finalised by the CCCC on Monday.

Allianz National Football League games postponed:

  • Monaghan vs Kerry, Division 1
  • Cavan vs Meath, Division 2
  • Sligo vs Fermanagh, Division 3
  • Derry vs Offaly, Division 3

What are they
really like?

Rare insights on sport's biggest names from the writers who know them best. Listen to Behind the Lines podcast.

Become a Member

Lidl Ladies National Football League games postponed:

  • Tyrone vs Tipperary, Division 2
  • Sligo vs Armagh, Division 2
  • Roscommon vs Meath, Division 3
  • Limerick vs Wicklow, Division 4

The 42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us!

‘You don’t want to have to look at your mother’s face when you tell her that you’ve cancer’

The Paddy McBrearty show, sloppy Dublin second-half and Michael Murphy’s return

About the author:

Aaron Gallagher

Read next:


This is YOUR comments community. Stay civil, stay constructive, stay on topic. Please familiarise yourself with our comments policy here before taking part.
write a comment

    Leave a commentcancel