The heavy snowfall has wreaked havoc with GAA fixtures and events throughout the country.
The Leinster Club SFC final between Moorefield and St Loman's is the highest profile casualty of the inclement weather conditions but local fixtures have been affected too and the semi-final of the Leinster Scór na nÓg competition, which was due to take place in Oulart, Co Wexford, has also fallen foul to the snow.
Mayo, meanwhile, has escaped the worst of the wintery weather so far and their annual convention goes ahead as scheduled.
The U21A hurling final due to be played in Templederry today is off due to weather conditions. It is re fixed for Saturday 16th at 1.30pm- Tipperary GAA (@TipperaryGAA) December 10, 2017
Minor Hurling training cancelled this morning due to weather. Please r/t. pic.twitter.com/2O0amYi9EN- Carlow GAA (@Carlow_GAA) December 10, 2017
In the interest of health and safety, due to the severe weather warning in place in Leinster, the Scór na nÓg Semi-final will not go ahead in Oulart tomorrow. Instead arrangements will be made to hold the competition next Sunday. Sorry for any inconvenience caused. @gaaleinster- Scór Laighean (@ScorLaighean) December 9, 2017
Scor: Due to the severe weather Scór na nÓg Co-Final will NOT go ahead today. Arrangements will be made to hold the competition next Sunday pic.twitter.com/euKqtUvxWt- Roscommon GAA (@RoscommonGAA) December 10, 2017