Kerry boss Jack O’Connor admits the use of technology in GAA matches moved a step closer following Colm Cooper’s disputed “point” at Croke Park on Saturday night.
Cooper scored six points, as Kerry narrowly lost out to the Dubs, but it was a seventh, which was signaled wide, which attracted the controversy.
The shot, towards the end of a game which Kerry lost by a single point, looked to have gone between the posts , reigniting the debate over the use of Hawk-Eye, which is set to be trialled at Croke Park next month.
O’Connor said, “It’s another notch in the bow for technology. That certainly looked like a point to me and a lot of other people on that side of the pitch.
“But look at, I don’t want to begrudge Dublin their win. We still had a couple of chances after that.”