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# Hawk-Eye

Last year
Hawk-Eye apologises to Huddersfield for failure to award goal
The technology failed to send a signal to the referee’s watch to alert him to the ball crossing the line.
Hawk-Eye say system has 'no historical issues' but no decision made yet on its use in Sunday's All-Ireland hurling final
The score detection system wrongly disallowed a Galway score last weekend, and was stood down for the rest of the weekend.
All time
Hawk-Eye clear up confusion over Donnelly's contentious All-Ireland final point
Brian Hogan was adamant that he’d prevented the ball from going over, but Hawk-Eye says it was correct to award the score.
Hawk-Eye to be made available at Ladies All-Ireland football finals this year
Referees will also be able to use video footage to determine a score during televised championship games.
PSV keeper Zoet bemoans Feyenoord's 'f***** up' Hawk-Eye winner
The Eindhoven-based side saw their Eredivisie title dreams take a knock on Sunday as a crucial call made by goalline technology went against them
The decision was taken not to use Hawk-Eye in ladies football earlier this year
And that means there is unlikely to be a replay of today’s senior final.
Here's how Hawk-Eye will work when it makes its debut in Semple Stadium on Sunday
Score technology will be in place for Tipp v Cork this weekend.
Leading Tipperary official doesn't envisage Hawk-Eye being fast-tracked for Thurles
The score detection technology will be in place for the Munster SHC quarter-final.
Did the officials miss a forward pass for New Zealand's first try?
Should Jerome Kaino’s try have stood?
Hawk-Eye technology will be used in Munster's Pro12 game tomorrow
The SMART Replay system is bring trialled by World Rugby with a view to the World Cup later this year.
Chelsea had goal line technology to thank as they came from behind at Anfield
Diego Costa fired home the winner in the second-half for Jose Mourinho’s side.
Hawk-Eye set for three more GAA grounds after proving its worth on All-Ireland day
Congress will be asked to prioritise the technology’s installation in Semple Stadium, Casement Park, and Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Paraic Duffy hopes to see Hawk-Eye in Semple Stadium 'sooner rather than later'
Thurles ground next in line if GAA bosses choose to continue with the score technology.
O'Neill and Keane appointment was your biggest sports story of 2013
The arrival of the passionate duo into the Irish hot-seat polled highest from 10 of the year’s biggest sporting developments.
DRA turn down Limerick's appeal after Hawk-Eye controversy
Limerick have failed in their attempts to overturn the result of last month’s game with Galway.
Limerick to continue Hawk-Eye fight after latest appeal rejected
The CHC dealt Limerick another blow last night as the embarrassing Hawk-Eye controversy continues into a second week.
Opinion: Sport needs to move into the 21st century and embrace instant replay
Hawk-Eye and its like are fine, but sport has more issues of contention than just scores argues Steven O’Rourke
Sky Sports News are covering the Hawk-Eye debacle
The problems with the device are especially newsworthy in light of the introduction of goal-line technology in soccer.
Limerick minor side set to return to training
A spokesperson said it was a precautionary measure, in case their decision to appeal their semi-final loss is successful.
Limerick to lodge appeal as Hawk-Eye apologise for GAA score fiasco
Malfunction was caused by human error, Hawk-Eye MD Steve Carter tells GAA representatives at meeting in Dublin this evening.
Limerick consider semi-final replay appeal after Hawk-Eye fiasco
The county board is meeting this evening to make a decision on whether to seek a rematch after their controversial loss.
GAA reveal how their new Hawk-Eye system will work at Croker
‘Put it up, umpire!’
We're not going to fall for this again, are we?
Did a hawk really snatch this helpless little mouse?
It's official: FIFA approves goal-line technology
Meanwhile, the Premier League has issued a statement supporting the idea.
FA chiefs: Goal-line technology could be ready by next season
Tests on nine different systems are currently entering their final phase and should be completed this year.
Dublin teen scoops top prize at EU Young Scientist competition
Alexander Amini, who won the national competition with a tennis tracking system, wins a top prize at the European equivalent.
Players "unanimously support" the use of technology, says GPA
The GPA has put pressure on Croke Park bosses to approve the use of Hawk-eye when they meet next month. Vote in our poll to have your say.
The Morning Score: Friday
Galvin set to make his first league start, the Heineken Cup heads to Twickenham, and the SFA seek an apology from Neymar.
GAA to test Hawk-eye next weekend
Score detection technology will be trialled during league games at Croke Park on April 2.
Hawk-Eye set for 'secret trials' in Premier League
The people behind the Hawk-Eye ball-tracking technology say they’ll be trying it out next year – but keeping results secret.
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Plenty of Champions League action, Hawk-Eye set for Croker trial and England get out of jail.
GAA: No trial for Hawk-Eye during Dublin league campaign
The GAA has dismissed reports that the goal-line technology will be introduced for Dublin’s games against Mayo or Down.
How Hawk-Eye can help the GAA
Neil Cullen carefully judges some of the most memorable uses of Hawk-Eye as the GAA prepare to trial the technology.
Out! GAA say Hawk-Eye won't be ready for Patrick's Day at Croker
Howazdat? Croke Park crowds could be in for a new big-screen innovation.
We have the technology
Croker bosses look to Hawk-eye
The Morning Score: Thursday
Declan Ryan in line for Tipp job but Premier bosses say hunt goes on, get Duffer back in your Fantasy Football teams and Richard Hughes is grounded in his quest for the jockeys’ prize.