Slaughtneil have been granted more time between their Football and Hurling club championship semi-finals next February.
The Derry champions have football, hurling and camogie crowns in Ulster this year and are set for their All-Ireland semi-finals in the coming months.
The hurling semi-final was originally set for February 4 against Dublin club Cuala but will now take place on the 25th.
As many as 17 players could be involved in both the hurling and football games.
Slaughtneil will take on another Dublin side, St Vincent's, in the football semi-final two weeks prior on February 11.
A win in the hurling semi-final would see them play either Clare club Ballyea or Galways' St Thomas.
A win in the football semi-final will book their date in Croke Park against either Dr. Crokes or Corofin.