Cavan vs Meath postponed due to waterlogged pitch
It would be a great country if you could put a roof on it.
Cavan and Meath's third round Allianz League clash has been postponed. The game, which was scheduled to take place at 7.00 on Saturday evening in Kingspan Breffni Park has fallen victim to the heavy afternoon rainfall.
The most eagerly anticipated Division 2 clash of the weekend was set to be broadcast live on eir sport, and these developments will be a kick in the teeth for those who were looking forward to an exciting game of football.
Weird but I was actually looking forward to this 😩 https://t.co/amc5uB2QVq
— Colm Parkinson (@Woolberto) February 10, 2018
Even more so, it will be a sickening blow for the player's involved, the supporters who had set off on their journey to the Cavan county grounds, but alas, there's nothing we can do about the weather.
The pitch looks unplayable, alright.
Due to the torrential rainfall this evening, following a pitch inspection, the pitch in Kingspan Breffni has been deemed unplayable. Therefore this evenings #AllianzLeagues football game between Cavan and Meath is postponed. pic.twitter.com/2XL0gpB2Kp
— Official Cavan GAA (@CavanCoBoardGaa) February 10, 2018
The game has been rescheduled for 2.00 on Sunday.
The other games of the Allianz League are still set to go ahead as planned.
Dublin will host Donegal in Croke Park, while Waterford will travel to Portlaoise to take on Laois.