Updated 1pm: AS STORM Dennis sweeps across the country, Donegal’s sporting fixtures are being badly hit.
There is a yellow wind and rain warning in place with torrential rainfall forecast.
Already today, the heavy rain has put paid to several fixtures.
Donegal’s Ulster Under-20 Championship game against Monaghan is OFF following a pitch inspection. The game had initially been moved from Sean MacCumhaill Park, but a further pitch inspection has also ruled O’Donnell Park as unplayable.
In the Donegal Saturday League, Cappry Rovers v Castlefin Celtic, Ballybofey United v Cranford United, Copany Rovers v Dunlewy Celtic and Drumoghill Reserves v Drumbarr are all OFF.
While A pitch inspection initially gave Kildrum Tigers Reserves v Milford United Reserves the green light at Station Road Park, that game is also now OFF.
The Keadue Rovers v Glencar Celtic game has been moved to Maghery while the Kilmacrennan Celtic v Drumkeen United game will now take place at Flagpole Park, Rathmullan.
An earlier inspection has given the go-ahead for Donegal Town Reserves v Arranmore United at 1pm.