Semple Stadium will use the HawkEye system for the first time in the Munster SHC quarter-final clash between Tipperary and Cork on 22 May.

According to the Irish Examiner, the score detection technology could be used for the Division 1 semi-finals if they are fixed for Thurles on 17 April, or alternatively the league final on 1 May.

“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," said Tipperary county board secretary Tim Floyd.

“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.”

It's possible large screens will be erected to signify if the sliotar has gone wide, but Floyd indicated it's more likely the referee will make the call.

“It’ll be more like rugby. The referee will relay the communication he has received from the box,” he said.