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Mayo v Kerry clash postponed until tomorrow lunchtime, as is Laois-Kildare

Adverse weather confitions mean the games won’t go ahead this evening as planned.

Reunited: Kerry's manager Peter Keane and James Horan of Mayo.
Reunited: Kerry's manager Peter Keane and James Horan of Mayo.
Image: James Crombie/INPHO

Updated Feb 29th 2020, 3:15 PM

THIS EVENING’S ALLIANZ Football League Division 1 game between Mayo and Kerry has been postponed due to Storm Jorge, the GAA have confirmed.

The meeting of two of the game’s great rivals will throw in tomorrow at 1pm at Elverys MacHale Park.

Tyrone v Dublin will instead be broadcast on RTÉ, the station say.  

It has also been confirmed that the Division 2 football clash of Laois and Kildare will now be played tomorrow instead. 

The meeting was scheduled for 7pm this evening in Portlaoise, but a decision has been taken to postpone the fixture until tomorrow afternoon amid weather warnings.

The GAA announced today that it will be played at 1pm at O’Moore Park.

Same applies for the Division 4 meeting of Waterford and Carlow. It will now be played tomorrow at 2pm. 

Healy Park, Omagh, has passed a pitch inspection for Dublin-Tyrone tonight. eir sport will also broadcast the 7.15pm Division 1 throw-in.

- Additional reporting from Emma Duffy

- Originally published when Mayo-Kerry was postponed, updated with further information

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