The T20 interpro weekend at Bready was completely wiped out with not a ball bowled over the three days.

Cricket Ireland pulled the plug one day early given the sodden ground conditions and the forecast for further heavy showers citing player welfare and safety concerns.

It's the latest blow for the 2019 interprovincial competition which has been dogged by poor weather with over half the playing time lost.

The complete wash-out means the Northern Knights have clinched the T20 competition for the first time in the tournament's seventh year.

They will have to wait a little longer to get their hands on the trophy as there was no presentation made.

There was talk of a possible rescheduling of the weekend given the gap in the calendar after the Euro T20 Slam debacle.

However that won't be happening, although it seems that a tri-series involving Ireland, Scotland and The Netherlands will be given the green light, with Malahide set to host the hastily arranged tournament in September.

The next scheduled interpro action is at Stormont on Tuesday when the Northern Knights face Leinster Lightning in the 50-over cup.