THE postponed round two matches of the Digicel Cup competition will now be played on May 25-26.
The six games that were to be played on March 30 and 31 were postponed because of the heavy rain around the country and flooding in the Western Division.
Fiji Rugby Union operations manager Vilikesa Rinavuaka said May 25-26 was a free weekend and so the games will be played on those days.
"We will continue where we are right now in the Digicel Cup competition," Rinavuaka said.
"We will have round five this weekends, round six in the next weekend, round seven after that and then the postponed games will be played in the weekend after that," he said.
"The weekend after the postponed games are played, we will resume with round eight of competition and nothing else changes."
Round two fixtures will see Tailevu host Lautoka at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori on Friday May 25 at 6pm.
On Saturday, Naitasiri will host Nadi at the same venue, Vatukoula will host Nadroga at Theodore Park, Ovalau will host Tavua at Nasau Park in Levuka, Rewa will host Macuata at Burebasaga ground and Northland will travel to face hosts Suva at Bidesi Park in Suva. All Saturday games will start at 3pm.
Two round three games, Nadi versus Tavua and Macuata versus Nadroga that were postponed due to poor ground condition wil now be played on June 30 at 3pm.
Tavua will travel to Prince Charles Park in Nadi while Macuata will host Nadroga at Subrail Park in Labasa.
Meanwhile, Rinavuaka said some interesting games will take place in round five this weekend.
"Unbeaten teams Northland and Tailevu will face off at either Gatward Park or Ratu Cakobau Park.
Friday: Nadi-Ovalau at Churchill Park in Lautoka.
Saturday: 3pm Lautoka-Suva at Churchill Park; Tavua-Naitasiri at Garvey Park in Tavua; Rewa-Nadroga at Burebasaga Ground; NorthlandùTailevu at Gatward Park/Ratu Cakobau Park; Vatukoula ù Macuata at Theodore Park in Vatukoula