Storm Dennis plays havoc with fixtures but indoor hurling goes ahead

Storm Dennis has played havoc with GAA fixtures across the country and today’s U20 game between Antrim and Derry at Dunsilly and tomorrow’s meeting of Antrim and Offaly in Tullamore are amongst the casualties.

A game that did go ahead was Cross & Passion, Ballycastle’s meeting with Loreto Kilkenny in the All Ireland Colleges Camogie semi-final but unfortunately it proved a bridge too far for the Ulster champions but we will bring you a report from that game later.

The Saffron Gael was in Dunloy this morning for the start of the Airborne indoor league and while today’s action was only a dry run for the real competition that starts next week, last year’s division 1 winners Oisins look the team the rest will have to beat again this year.

After photographing the division 1 sides taking part I was on my way to Dunsilly only to receive a phone call from a colleague to say that the Ulster U20 football quarter-final between Antrim and Derry had been called off after a late pitch inspection and we will let you know when that game is re-fixed.

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