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GAA reveal how their new Hawk-Eye system will work at Croker

‘Put it up, umpire!’

THE GAA HAVE revealed how their new Hawk-Eye system will work during championship games at HQ.

The Association say the ‘primary protocal’ entails:

  • an umpire making a ‘box signal’ to indicate a request for Hawk-Eye.
  • the ref then makes a box signal to request the system is used.
  • The Hawk-Eye replay, like above, is shown on the Croke Park big screen.
  • The ref confirms if the decision is a point, miss, etc.

These are the icons that will flash up for the fans:

Images: GAA

What does Hawkeye cover?

  • It covers Gaelic football and hurling.
  • It detects points only.
  • It does not detect goals.
  • It does not cover playing rule infringements, eg – a square ball.
  • It does not involve a TMO (Television Match Official)

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