The National Football League Division Two final may be put back by a week following the postponement of last weekend's game between Dublin and Armagh.
The match was scheduled for Crossmaglen but was called off 40 minutes before the starting time by referee Derek Fahy because he felt there was too much surface water on the pitch.
Now as formal confirmation of a new date for the Armagh v Dublin fixture is awaited, there is a feeling that the league final may be put on hold.
Armagh officials contacted Croke Park last Sunday following Fahy's decision and were led to believe that the game would go ahead next Wednesday at 6.30pm.
But there is now some doubt about this and the indications are that the match could be deferred until the weekend of April 19/20.
Should the match be played then and if the result impacts on the possible line up for the Division Two final, then this would not take place until the following weekend.
Meanwhile, the challenge by the 'Off One Belief' group to the GAA's proposed payment of eligible expenses to inter-county players has been stepped up.
The Disputes Resolution Authority hearing is due to take place on Friday night and there is now the possibility that an injunction against a Congress vote on the issue could be sought if the hearing is postponed again.
The 'Off One Belief' group has expressed concerns that with Congress just over a week away the formal hearing has yet to take place.
The appellants are maintaining that the eligible expenses document drawn up to govern the payments to players impacts on the amateur status of the Association.
And they maintain that if this is proved to be the case a major alteration to the amateur rules will be required.