Women’s football took a hard knock this week

It’s one thing to lose the final game in the Championship by just one excruciating point, but it’s quite another to know that when the final whistle blew, you had missed out on a crucial point that should have been awarded. The point was scored by Dublin player Carla Rowe, but the umpire called it wide and ultimately Cork took their sixth all-Ireland in a row with a scoreline of 1-7 to 1-6. The Hawk-Eye system used to verify disputed …