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The GAA's New Hurling Rules Got A Fairly Terrible Reaction On Twitter

The GAA's New Hurling Rules Got A Fairly Terrible Reaction On Twitter
By Mark Farrelly Updated

The GAA must be scratching their heads, wondering how on earth they're going to keep everyone happy after their new recommendations for the interpretation of the 21 metre free and penalty rules in hurling received a bit of a backlash.

From now on, the GAA have proposed that all penalties  or frees must be struck on or before the 20m line, and opposition players are not allowed charge down the shot until it's actually 'struck' as opposed to lifted. This has basically signaled the end of the 'Anthony Nash penalty,' and while Cork have accepted the decision, many other Gaels took to Twitter to voice their opinion.

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