What a game! The All-Ireland Final will go to a replay after a magnificent clash between Tipp and Kilkenny
In the end, Hawkeye brought it to a rematch at the end of September.
The All-Ireland Hurling final will go to a replay for the third year in a row following a superb final between Kilkenny and Tipperary on Sunday.
In injury time and with the teams level at Kilkenny 3-22 Tipp 1-28, Tipperary fans thought that John O'Dwyer's free from 97 yards was over the bar.
The referee went to Hawkeye and it was confirmed - we get to do it all again at the end of the month.
The consensus on Twitter seemed to be great for the neutral, excruciating for Cats and Premier fans alike...
Best game of hurling I've seen for YEARS! Neither team deserved to lose. Really looking forward to the replay. #AllIrelandFinal
— Niamh ☕️ (@niamhieobrien) September 7, 2014
Two great teams respect to both tipp and Kilkenny !
— Paul McGrath (@Paulmcgrath5) September 7, 2014
— RTÉRadio1 (@RTERadio1) September 7, 2014
Brilliant, brilliant game.
— John Kelly tweets (@johnkellytweets) September 7, 2014
All-Ireland hurling final replays are like buses. You wait so long for one, and then...
— Gavan Reilly (@gavreilly) September 7, 2014
Statements you weren't expecting to make (No 32 in a series): Hawkeye saves the GAA and pays its way in spades.
— Tony Leen (@tonyleen) September 7, 2014
Replay in Limerick next Saturday
— Shane Stapleton (@ShaneSaint) September 7, 2014