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Dublin: 2°C Tuesday 13 April 2021

Weather hits as Meath's league clash with Clare is postponed

They will now meet tomorrow afternoon at 2pm in Cusack Park.

MEATH’S LEAGUE MEETING with Clare at Cusack Park has been postponed due to deteriorating weather conditions and a waterlogged pitch.

Cusack Park Ennis No games will go ahead at Cusack Park this afternoon. Source: Bryan Keane/INPHO

“Refixture details will be announced when we are informed,” Meath GAA shared today via their social channels.

The game will now be played Saturday 17 March at 2pm in Cusack Park.

Louth’s match with Westmeath is also off in Drogheda after pitch inspections on Saturday morning.

The CCCC will decide on a refixture between both sides, with no announcement made yet.

Rain had threatened today’s double-header out west at Pearse Stadium, with Galway set to take on Roscommon in Division 1.

Groundstaff conducted two pitch inspections this morning – one at 8am and a second at 10am – to ensure the conditions were suitable.

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Weather conditions appear to be causing havoc across the west coast, as all of Clare’s U21 hurling championship games scheduled for today have also been postponed.

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