The GAA have confirmed that Hawkeye will be used this weekend for the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship final.
The technology will also be in use for the ladies’ All-Ireland football semi-finals and the All-Ireland camogie quarter-finals.
There was criticism of the system following Shane Walsh’s shot for Galway being judged wide by Hawkeye during Saturday’s All-Ireland Senior Football Championship semi-final, but that was overruled following pictures which showed that ball was clearly over the bar.
The decision to use it this weekend follows a review of its reliability.
“The GAA can confirm that following comprehensive testing and a full review of Hawkeye’s score detection technology in recent days, the system will be in use for Sunday’s All-Ireland hurling final meeting of Kilkenny and Limerick,” read an official statement.
“The system will also be in use tomorrow for the LGFA semi-finals at Croke Park and the Camogie Association’s quarter-finals in Thurles.”