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GAA look into video

The GAA's Management Committee has given the go-ahead to a feasibility study into the use of video technology in the All-Ireland football and hurling championships.

The move follows a presentation by Hawk-Eye, which uses a ball-tracking device in tennis and cricket.

However, any move to introducing technology could be delayed until the 2013 season, as it is unlikely that the results of the study will be revealed before next April's annual Congress.

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