The Mayo senior hurling management have expressed their disappointment at not being able to play their upcoming Christy Ring Cup home fixtures at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park.
Derek Walsh's side face Sligo at home in the fourth round of the competition on Saturday.
A win in that game, and against Derry at home the following week, would seal their place in the final.
The hurling camp wants those games played at the newly resurfaced MacHale Park, which was unveiled for the recent Connacht SFC clash between Galway and Mayo.
Instead they must continue playing their home games at James Stephens Park in Ballina.
The Mayo GAA board has stated that it is following the recommendations of the head groundsman at Croke Park in relation to protecting the surface.
They have also stated that their principal ground is not yet available for all teams.
John Cunnane, selector for the Mayo hurlers told Midwest Sport that this issue will not distract them from their remaining fixtures.