The Leinster Club Senior Hurling Championship and Ulster Club Senior Football Championship finals are among the games that have been postponed due to the cold spell of weather this weekend.
Leinster Council officials confirmed this afternoon that the AIB Leinster Club SHC final between O'Loughlin Gaels and Oulartt-the-Ballagh, which was due to take place tomorrow afternoon at Carlow's Dr Cullen Park, has been called off.
Also postponed is the Ulster Club SFC final between Armagh's Crossmaglen Rangers and Naomh Conall of Donegal which was fixed for St. Tiernach's Park in Clones.
Meanwhile, both the Leinster and Ulster Councils have announced fixture details for other games which were due to be held in their respective provinces tomorrow.
The Leinster Junior Club football final between Meath side Ballinabrackey and St. Andrew's of Carlow, which was fixed for O'Moore Park, Portlaoise, has been postponed.
Arrangements for the Leinster refixtures will be announced on Monday.
A decision will be taken at 10am tomorrow to see if the Leinster Club Junior Hurling final between Drumcullen and John Lockes will go ahead as scheduled at 2.30pm in Rath, Offaly.
Meanwhile, tonight's Ulster Intermediate Club Football final between Lisnaskea (Fermanagh) and Doohamlet (Monaghan) has been postponed, as has the Ulster Junior Club Football Final involving Corduff (Monaghan) and Swanlinbar (Cavan).
All of the postponed Ulster finals have been refixed for next weekend.
The Munster Senior Club Hurling final between Thurles Sarsfields and De La Salle of Waterford will go ahead, and is fixed for 2pm tomorrow at Pairc Ui Chaoimh in Cork.