JOHN FOGARTY: HawkEye verified as a real success story

In this era of marginal gains, the GAA has made its own with the implementation of HawkEye. There can be little doubt it had a valuable impact to the feast of hurling produced last weekend.

Limerick manager John Kiely and selector Jimmy Quilty appeal to the referee to refer a decision to HawkEye

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