Christians and St Flannan's from Clare were due to meet in Mallow at 12pm until a pitch inspection saw the second-level Munster hurling final postponed at a late stage.
The throw-in had already been brought forward from 1pm in a bid to get the decider played. It has now been put back two weeks, to Saturday, February 29 at 1pm in the same venue.
There was criticism from many online at the failure of the organisers to pull the game early on Saturday morning when the extent of the impact of Storm Dennis became clear.
It is understood upcoming school tours and pre-exams, along with the All-Ireland series on the horizon, complicated rescheduling the tie.
The Munster Senior C hurling final between Coláiste Treasa from Kanturk and Scoil Pól, Kilfinane was also pulled from Ballyagran. That decider has been switched to next Saturday, February 22 at 12pm.
However the All-Ireland Junior A Schools Camogie semi-final between Sacred Heart, Clonakilty and Pres from Athenry threw-in at 12pm in Clon.
Across Leeside games were called off in soccer, bar a handful of games on astro pitches, and rugby.
The leagues are monitoring the weather before making a decision on Sunday's games, which includes All-Ireland semi-finals for U13 and U15 Cork Schoolboys League representative soccer teams at Ballea Park in Carriagline.