Time for GAA to start treating boys and girls the same
When a "level playing field" was given as the reason for not having Hawk-Eye in use at Croke Park on Sunday for the All-Ireland Ladies football finals, it felt like some version of Trumpist ridicule was at play.
A majority of representatives had voted at a meeting of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) Central Council earlier this year not to use Hawk-Eye.
Why? Because, we're told, it would not be fair to the players who wouldn't play at Croke Park. It felt like the fight for the moral high-ground was already in action.