Former England skipper Martin Corry will have to wait to find out if he faces a ban after his disciplinary hearing was postponed.
The Leicester Tigers stalwart, who toured with the Lions in both 2001 and 2005, was due to appear before an independent disciplinary committee in Dublin today to hear charges brought as a result of the Heineken Cup Pool 3 match against the Ospreys at the Liberty Stadium on January 24.
However, the adverse weather conditions meant the hearing was unable to take place as scheduled.
Travel difficulties caused problems for the parties wanting to travel to Ireland for the hearing, which will now take place as soon as is practicable.
Less than 24 hours after losing their unbeaten record in Canberra, the British & Irish Lions were given a huge boost on arrival in Brisbane when Wales wing George North was declared fit to play in the first Test on Saturday.
Less than four kilometres away from the Suncorp Stadium, venue for the opening Test between the British & Irish Lions and Qantas Wallabies on Saturday, lies the grave of the man who took the starring role in the first international between the two teams in 1899.