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Two Big Hurling Fixtures Fall Victim To Storm Dennis

Two Big Hurling Fixtures Fall Victim To Storm Dennis
By Emmet Bradshaw Updated
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The GAA have announced that two Allianz League Hurling Division 1 matches scheduled for today have now been postponed.

Limerick's match against Waterford at the LIT Gaelic Grounds, originally moved from Saturday evening to Sunday afternoon due to weather concerns, has now been called off along with Galway v Tipperary in Tuam.

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Both were postponed this morning due to high winds and details of the rescheduled fixtures are expected early in the coming week.

In a busy weekend of Allianz League action there are a number of other games currently set to go ahead following pitch inspections this morning.

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In the Hurling, Westmeath v Cork, Wexford v Kilkenny and Louth v Donegal will go ahead as planned. The match between Clare and Laois at Cusack Park will also go ahead live on TG4 from 2pm.

The Football fixtures between Louth and Offaly, Wicklow v Sligo and Laois v Cavan have also been given the thumbs up and will take place despite the windy conditions.

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