The 2015 GAA Congress has decreed that Hurling penalties will now be one on one and have actual meaning and consequence in the game. The motion zipped through with the force of a Anthony Nash piledriver collecting 84.2% of the vote with 15.8% presumably mistaking Nay for Aye.
One v one penalties in hurling are in , carried by 84.2 to 15.8 #GAACongress15
— Oisin Langan (@oisinlangan) February 28, 2015
Motion to create 1 v 1 penalties in hurling sails through. Applause and everything. Third motion out of 21 so far to get passed. Hard going.
— Michael Foley (@MickFoley76) February 28, 2015
— Derry GAA (@Doiregaa) February 28, 2015
— John Fogarty (@JohnFogartyIrl) February 28, 2015