Cavan were supposed to take on Donegal, while Derry and Armagh were also scheduled to play.
Both Ulster U21 football semi-finals were postponed last night, due to unplayable pitches.
Cavan's fixture against Donegal, which was scheduled to take place in Enniskillen, was called off almost half an hour before the 8pm throw-in following a pitch inspection which determined that the surface was waterlogged.
Meanwhile, Derry and Armagh's meeting in Healy Park, Omagh, was delayed by 15 minutes before the decisoin was eventually taken to call it off for similar reasons.
This is the same venue where Tyrone's Division 1 meeting with Cavan was cancelled last month, due to a waterlogged pitch. The pitch became unplayable on that occasion mainly as a result of the effects of Storm Ewan.
The rescheduled Ulster semi-finals are now down for decision next Wednesday, April 5th. The time and venue for the Cavan-Donegal game is yet to be confirmed, while Derry and Armagh are due to reconvene in Celtic Park after Derry won the coin toss to get home advantage.
Unsurprisingly, the cancellation of both ties was not received well on social media.
u21 semi Derry v Armagh at Healy Park called off just before throw in. Waterlogged pitch. We had offered to play it in Armagh. Crowd raging— Joe Brolly (@JoeBrolly1993) March 29, 2017
The Derry U21 game v Armagh has been called of due to an unplayable pitch at Healy Pk. Not often Healy Pk is waterlogged 😴😴😴— Bellaghy GAC (@BellaghyGAC) March 29, 2017
A game called off at Healy Park? What's the odds of that eh?— Conor McCloskey (@AntrimMan85) March 29, 2017
Late notice but Cavan U21 game has been postponed due to an unplayable pitch— Ballinagh GAA Club (@Ballinagh) March 29, 2017
@KCsixtyseven Don v Cavan u21 game called off with water logged pitch 20 mins before throw in, why are pitch inspections done so late? Joke— Stephen Connolly (@Sconnolly87) March 29, 2017