Everyone is asking the same question about Hawkeye after the controversial All-Ireland Ladies Final 4 years ago

Everyone is asking the same question about Hawkeye after the controversial All-Ireland Ladies Final

Why wasn't it there?

Cork cemented their status as one of the greatest ever GAA teams after they edged out Dublin by a single point at Croke Park.

In doing so, the Rebelettes clinched their sixth All Ireland Ladies Football title in a row - that's an astonishing 11 All-Ireland SFC title in 12 years.

Dublin's players will be the first to admit that they left some scores out on the pitch, they kicked 13 wides with 5 shots also dropping short, but in such a tight game, the decision to disallow Carla Rowe's perfectly good point did prove to be a massive moment.

Plenty of people have been questioning why Hawkeye wasn't in use.

Ahead of last year's Ladies Football Final, which was also contested by Dublin and Cork, Ladies football head Marie Hickey said that Hawkeye wouldn't be used because "when we looked at it, we realised that there had to be a recalibration for the size of our ball and that would actually have taken longer than the time-frame that we had. There’s a cost factor as well, obviously, so we’ll look at it again next year.”

While there's no official statement regarding why this year's final didn't use Hawkeye, Dublin manager Gregory McGonigle was just one of the many people to question its absence.

Here are just some of the opinions expressed on the lack of Hawkeye during the Ladies Football final.