Déise selector Dan Shanahan has called for Hawk Eye to be introduced at grounds around the country
following the controversial ending to Waterford’s clash with Tipperary on Sunday.
The game ended all square at the Gaelic Grounds 2-22 to 2-22.
Towards the closing stages Austin Gleeson was judged to have carried the ball over the goal line and Tipperary were given a second goal.
Referee Alan Kelly and his umpire were escorted off the pitch by officials when the replay suggested Austin didn’t carry the ball over the goal line.
Dan told Tomás McCarthy after the game that the panel were hard done by: “coming up here with a depleted team and to have this stuff go against you, but look we didn’t lose the game that’s the plus side, we got a point out of it. The lads were outstanding out there in the heat.”
The Deise says Hawk Eye should be in place at venues for all Munster Championship games
GAA referee chief Willie Barett says he is in favour of introducing goal line technology.
Barret, who is the referee development chairman, admits it was an error and says he is open to exploring if the Hawk-eye can be expanded.