Monday 21 April 2014

Limerick to bring Hawk-Eye error objection before Central Appeals Committee

A 'miss' is displayed on the big screen following a decision made as a result of Hawk-Eye

The Limerick County Board will bring their objection over last Sunday's controversial All-Ireland minor final to the CAP after the CCCC ruled they were precluded from hearing the objection today.

The CCCC heard the objection this afternoon but that body concluded that they could not hear the objection and Limerick are now bringing the matter further.

The objection relates to an error by Hawk-Eye in the All-Ireland minor semi-final which saw Limerick's Barry Nash have a perfectly good point ruled as a 'miss'.

Limerick went on to lose to Galway by three points after extra-time.

"We were expecting to get our objection heard but unfortunately that wasn't the case and we now move on to the next level," Limerick County Board Secretary Mike O'Riordan told RTE's Championship Matters tonight.

"We will be lodging an appeal to the Central Appeals Committee.

"We will take this as far as it can go. If necessary we will go to the DRA."

Limerick's objection will be heard by the Central Appeals Committee in the next three days.

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