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HawkEye will be in place for the Munster SHC quarter-final between Tipperary and Cork at Semple Stadium on May 22.
While HawkEye has been in use at Croke Park since 2013, the score detection technology has yet to be rolled at provincial venues but officials are confident it will be ready to go when Tipperary host Cork in Thurles.
It has been trialled during Tipperary's Allianz Hurling Leagues against Dublin, Waterford and Cork, while it was also used during the All-Ireland SHC semi-final between Na Piarsaigh and Oulart The Ballagh.
"HawkEye needed a few games to trial the system over the last couple of months and they’ve done that now and it will be ready to go for the championship,” Tipperary secretary Tim Floyd is quoted as saying in the Irish Examiner.
"There were our hurlers’ home games and the All-Ireland club semi-final and now everything seems to be in order for it to go ahead."