Published Friday, 22 March 2013
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Pitch inspections were carried out throughout the day, as work continued to try to clear the snow.
But the early afternoon brought the final decision and the referee declared the pitch unplayable.
Speaking to UTV earlier, the Irish FA's Geoff Wilson said that many fans were keen to see the fixture go ahead as scheduled.
"When you get fans ringing saying 'We'll help - what can we do to make the match go ahead?', that says it all. A lot of fans want the match to go ahead."
For the team, there's also the knock-on effect to their playing schedule to consider and particularly their game against Israel on Tuesday night.
The match has been rescheduled for Saturday at 3pm - but the snow is set to continue.
As a result of the change of date for the international game, Saturday's league fixtures - which were all due to kick off at 3pm - have all been postponed.
Ballinamallard were due to host Linfield, Cliftonville should have met Ballymena United, Dungannon Swifts were supposed to face Donegal Celtic, Glenavon were to play Coleraine, Glentoran should have hosted Crusaders and Lisburn Distillery should have met Portadown.