New Louth boss Wayne Kierans will get his reign off to a start this weekend. (Pic: Arthur Kinahan)
Louth's O'Byrne Cup clash with Wexford has been moved to Darver with a 5pm throw-in time.
The match was originally scheduled for Dundalk at 2pm, with Dowdallshill thought to be the venue.
Our O'Byrne cup game this Saturday v @OfficialWexGAA is fixed for the Centre of Excellence Darver at 5pm— Louth GAA (@louthgaa) December 4, 2018
This proposal drew the ire of some GAA supporters in the county when it emerged that Dundalk Young Irelands' Leinster JFC final versus St. Brigid's in Drogheda would be staged against the inter-county fixture. The Irelands match starts at 1:30pm.
However, Louth GAA announced earlier today that Wayne Kierans' opening competitive affair has now been switched to avoid conflict.