IRFU Homecoming And GAA Games Cancelled


The IRFU have been forced to cancel the Grand Slam homecoming. The players were due to be presented to supporters at the Aviva Stadium at 4:30. But with heavy snow around Dublin it has been cancelled. Ireland secured a third slam yesterday with a 24-15 win over England at Twickenham.

Meanwhile in gaelic games,

The snow has forced the GAA to postpone a number of hurling and football fixtures this afternon. They could go ahead at the same venue and at the same time tomorrow if cleared following pitch inspections.

The Division 2 game between Louth and Meath is off. Offaly v Sligo in Division 3 and Waterford v Leitrim and Wicklow v Limerick in Division 4 have also fallen victim to the weather.

All of the Division 1 hurling quarter-finals are off. Offaly v Kilkenny, Wexford v Galway and Dublin v Tipperary and Limerick v Clare are all postponed.