TG4 will not carry live coverage of today's All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football Championship semi-final between Cork and Galway due to a late change of venue.
The game was due to be played at Parnell Park on Sunday afternoon. Due to an icy pitch, the game has been switched to Croke Park.
In a statement released on Sunday morning, the LGFA said:
Today's TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final has been switched from Parnell Park in Dublin to Croke Park, with a 1pm throw-in time.
The Parnell Park pitch is unplayable due to icy conditions.
That announcement was later followed by confirmation from TG4 that they would be unable to broadcast the game.
"Due to the late change of venue we will unfortunately not have live coverage of today’s TG4 All Ireland Ladies Football Semifinal," the broadcaster said in a tweet.
It is the second venue change for the last-four game. It was originally scheduled to be played at Limerick's Gaelic Grounds. However, it was moved as the Limerick hurlers required the stadium for a training session ahead of next weekend's All-Ireland final.
Dublin await the winners of today's semi-final. The decider is scheduled to be played at Croke Park on December 20th.
Mar gheall ar an athrú seo is oth linn a rá nach mbeadh clúdach beo againn 😔
Due to the late change of venue we will unfortunately not have live coverage of today’s @TG4TV All Ireland @LadiesFootball Semifinal https://t.co/u83shOtZkK
— Spórt TG4 (@SportTG4) December 6, 2020