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Bad weather has caused a number of delays in the Irish sports calendar this weekend.
The semifinals of the All-Irish Champions League between Sarsfields of Galway and Derry Slotneyle, to be held this afternoon, have been changed. The clash of the four finals will take place tomorrow at the Gorey GAA Club at 2 p.m.
Two Irish league matches, Sligo vs. Bohemians and Longford Town vs. Cobb Ramblers, as well as today’s Lidl NFL Division 2A game between Claire and Kerry and Lidl NFL Division 3A between Sligo and Down are the last matches to fall victim to the weather. .
In addition, the match of the men’s division 3, Ferman against Laois, was postponed due to unfit to play, while the game of the fourth division, Leitrim vs. London, on Sunday, was postponed to the Connacht Center of Excellence 3G with a throw of 13: 00. y
The FAI said the game at Bishopsgate was “declared impossible” due to a frozen field after a check at 9.30am.
Please note that the Sarsfields V Slaughtneil game will now take place at Gorey GAA in Wexford tomorrow!
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The Slige-Down and Claire-Kerry matches will now take place on February 27, more details will be confirmed.
There are no details regarding the postponed dates of the Irish league matches in question.