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Bad weather forces changes to GAA weekend fixtures

There have been some venue switches for tomorrow’s Allianz football league ties.

Image: INPHO/Morgan Treacy

Updated 12.45pm

THE BAD WEATHER conditions across the country have resulted in changes to GAA fixtures this weekend.

Already there has been two games postponed today at Munster Colleges level. The Dr Harty Cup semi-final between Rochestown College and Doon CBS has been rearranged for tomorrow afternoon in Charleville at 1pm due to an unplayable pitch in Mallow today.

The Corn Uí Mhuirí semi-final between De La Salle Macroom and St Fachtna’s (Skibbereen) has been called off today due to an unplayable pitch in Enniskeane in Cork. Details for that refixture have yet to be announced.

Tomorrow’s Allianz Division 4 football league tie between London and Carlow, fixed for Ruislip, has been postponed with the re-fixture details set to be announced next week.

There’s also been some venue changes in tomorrow’s Allianz football league matches with the new venue highlighted below:

Division 1: Kerry v Derry, Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney, 1.30pm.

Division 4: Antrim v Wicklow, Ahoghill, 2pm.

Division 4: Clare v Leitrim, Milltown-Malbay, 2pm.

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