Storm Dennis: Dragons and Wrexham among games called off
Storm Dennis has forced Dragons' home Pro14 game against Italian side Benetton on Saturday, 15 February to be the leading postponed fixture in Wales.
In football, Wrexham v Torquay United, is off as are Cefn Druids v Penybont, Newtown v Barry and Carmarthen Town v Cardiff Met in the Cymru Premier.
In rugby, Welsh Premiership's Aberavon v Pontypridd and Ebbw Vale v Cardiff are off.
Pro14's Scarlets v Edinburgh at Parc y Scarlets is on, but a stand is closed.
The Llanelli-based region said health and safety concerns prompted the decision to close the ground's North Stand.
Meanwhile RGC v Carmarthen, which ended 15-15, kicked off at 12:00, not 14:30 GMT on Saturday.
And on Sunday, also in the Welsh Premiership, Newport v Llandovery is off.
Pro14 organisers said the decision to call off the Dragons game at Rodney Parade was made "in the interests of supporter and staff safety" because of "the extreme weather conditions forecast".
Talks are going on to decide when the game will be played.
A Wrexham statement cited the Torquay fans facing a 500-mile trip influencing the decision "to postpone the game in the interests of safety".
Merthyr Town's Southern Premier South game at home to Dorchester Town was also called off.