It is back to Pairc Gratten Inniskeen this Sunday for both Monaghan and Kerry in the Allianz league Divison 1 round 3 encounter after last weekends game was postponed due to the wintry weather conditions.

Throw in has been moved to 2:30pm as the Farney hurlers will meet Tyrone in their 3rd round fixture in Division 3A.

From a footballing perspective both managers will be keeping a keen eye on the Sigerson cup semi finals this week as a number of players from the 2 panels could be unavailable if they progress to the deciders which are set to be played on Saturday.

Tomorrow evening (Wednesday) at Pairc Gratten, Ulster University who features Ryan Mc Anespie take on University College Dublin at 7pm.

The Capital representatives have a number of Kerry players on their panel including Jack Barry, Barry O Sullivan and Brian O Seanachain while Monaghan’s Conor Mc Carthy is also expected to line out for the University side.

The other semi final between NUI Galway and Dublin Institute of Technology throws in at 7pm in St Lomans Mullingar and Cavan manager Mattie Mc Gleenan will be watching that one with interest as a number of the county panel are involved with DIT.

The Breffni side are also in action this Sunday in their re-arranged Division 2 encounter in Kingspan Breffni against Meath at 2pm.

The Royal counties planned O Byrne cup final with Westmeath has now been moved to March 11th, the 2nd time for the decider to be effected with the game originally due to take place on January 22nd. Andy mc Entee’s side now face the prospect of playing 6 weekends in a row.

 Elsewhere the Division Three meetings of Derry and Offaly, and Sligo and Fermanagh will both throw-in at 2 on Sunday.