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# Hawkeye

Last year
# Technology
GAA set to announce Hawkeye decision later this week for hurling final
Limerick face Kilkenny in next Sunday’s decider.
# Video Games
GAA confirm no Hawkeye in use for Dublin-Kerry game tomorrow
There was controversy over the score detection technology in today’s semi-final.
# Match Officials
'Do we come down hard on the referees? Yes, we have very honest chats'
The URC’s head of match officials, Tappe Henning, has been busy since joining in December.
All time
# Two Years On
'It's amazing' - Dublin star Rowe puts All-Ireland final Hawk-Eye demons to bed
The 24-year-old found the back of the net twice on Sunday in a Player of the Match-winning display.
# pon de replay
Video evidence approved to prevent repeat of last year's All-Ireland Ladies football final controversy
The LGFA want to ensure there are no future incidents like the one last September, when Carla Rowe’s point was ruled wide.
# Time For Technology
No appetite yet in the GAA for video referees to be introduced to aid match officials
The GAA President Aogán Ó Fearghail doesn’t see it happening any time soon.
# The Big Screen
Hawkeye and camogie set for Croke Park debut
No more debates about whether it was a point or a wide.
# Pigeons
Croke Park to deploy a very different hawk eye in upcoming games
Forget seagulls, pigeons are your new aerial threat.
# Trial
Twickenham trials Hawkeye technology to assist concussion diagnosis
England and France will see the use of the technology for the first time this weekend.
# Apology
'I owe an apology to Paud O'Dwyer and his officials' - Donal Óg's public climbdown
Donal Óg Cusack is also calling for the immediate introduction of HawkEye in Thurles.
# Hawkeye
HawkEye won't decide Sunday's Munster hurling final in Thurles
The score detection technology won’t be ready for use at Semple Stadium this year.
Did Limerick's third goal against Westmeath actually go wide?
Paul Browne’s crucial goal after the break appeared to deceive the umpires.
# Technology
Don't expect hurling replay money to mean HawkEye is coming outside Croke Park
There’s been calls for HawkEye to be rolled out after the key role it played last Sunday.
# Technology
Calls grow to bring in Hawkeye system outside of Croke Park after Sunday's drama
Tipperary selector Michael Ryan wants the score detection system to be brought in outside of Croke Park.
# column
John Gardiner: The best final of a generation - but Tipp would rather replay on Saturday’s resident columnist weighs in with his thoughts as the dust settles on another Croke Park classic.
# Late Drama
Here's the Hawkeye call that decided the All-Ireland hurling final
Tipperary could not have come closer to beating Kilkenny today.
# Score System
Hawkeye could be set for Semple Stadium debut
GAA Director-General Paraic Duffy believes the Thurles venue should be targeted for the score detection system.
# Hot Topics
12 controversies that hit the headlines during the 2013 GAA season
Featuring Sean Cavanagh’s tackle, Joe Brolly’s reaction and Hawkeye being stood down.
# problem
GAA set to investigate Hawk-Eye system following error
The use of the device was suspended after it made an obvious gaffe today.
# minor catastrophe
Here is the moment that Hawk-Eye went cock-eyed at Croke Park
The poor video replay system has been told to take the rest of the afternoon off.
# only in ireland
Hawk-Eye 'stood down' after farcical goings on at Croke Park
Clear point ruled out after the video review system goes rogue. Should’ve gone to Specsavers.
# Hawkeye
HawkEye used for the first time in the Premier League
Jordan Henderson’s effort was ruled as ‘no goal’.
# Hawkeye
Football has Lampard 'ghost goal' to thank for the Goal Decision System
Goal-line technology unveiled at Arsenal will make debut at Wembley on Sunday when Manchester United meet Wigan.
# new dawn
Hawkeye used for the first time in Croke Park for Kildare-Offaly game
The technology was used following a contentious strike by Offaly’s Peter Cunningham.
# Talking Points
5 reasons why Hawkeye will be good for the GAA
It’s not perfect but these controversial decisions from pervious All Ireland Football Championships prove it is badly needed.
# Hawkeye
GAA Hawkeye technology to be sponsored by... Specsavers
Should have gone to, erm, never mind.
# Time To Vote
Poll: Which motion do you want to see passed at GAA Congress 2013?
Hawkeye, the mark and the black card are all on the agenda in Derry this weekend.
# Agenda Setting
Explainer: The key motions to keep an eye on at the 2013 GAA Congress
Stadia for the Rugby World Cup, introducing the mark and removing hurling helmets for the national anthem are some of the motions tabled for next month’s Congress in Derry.
# Technology
Hawkeye set for June green light in Croke Park
If the score detection system gets approval by Congress, it will come into operation for this summer’s championship.
# Hawkeye
We're not going to fall for this again, are we?
Did a hawk really snatch this helpless little mouse?
# experiment
Duffy admits that yellow card rule may be reviewed
The GAA Director-General also insists that Hawkeye has to be used in inter-county championship games this year.
# Technology
Hawkeye on course for 2013 debut in Croke Park
Debates over controversial scores in GAA matches are set to be eased by the new system.
# Video Technology
O'Neill: "Everyone wants to see if someone gets a score that they are entitled to it."
The GAA President has expressed his views on the implementation of video technology after last Sunday’s Leinster decider in Croke Park.
# set by set
Wimbledon Men’s Final: Federer wins title number seven after four set win
The win at SW19 sees the Swiss return to the top of the world rankings.
# set by set
Wimbledon Mens' Final: Murray wins first set against Federer
Solid serving games were expected from both men but that was not the case in the opening exchanges.
# Third Eye
GAA to test Hawk-eye next weekend
Score detection technology will be trialled during league games at Croke Park on April 2.