Ireland women's opening Twenty20 international against Scotland at Stormont has been postponed because of rain and rescheduled for Tuesday.
The first game of the four-match series was due to start at 13:00 BST on Sunday but heavy overnight rain in Belfast forced the postponement of the game.
Both sides have not been in action since September 2019 because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The remaining T20s are scheduled to go ahead in Belfast on 24, 26 and 27 May.
Monday's match will now begin at 11:00 BST to maximise playing time in the series.
Sunday's opener was meant to be another behind-closed-doors sporting event, but the relaxing of Covid-19 restrictions by the Northern Ireland Executive means spectators will now be able to attend all four games on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
The four-match series with Scotland was set to open a busy 2021, which includes qualifiers for both the T20 World Cup and 50-over World Cup.
Ireland have not qualified for a 50-over World Cup since 2005 and missed out in the 2019 T20 World Cup qualifiers in Scotland after making the three previous finals.
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