Won't be hanging anything in shame Rochey. I've been one of the VERY FEW on here who have wished them well before every major game, and given supportive posts afterwards, every year since they got to the final in 2010. So my comments are in the context of being fully supportive to their (savage) efforts over the years. I was bitterly disappointed to see them fall just short yet again after doing everything they could to make up for the last couple of years.
But....................I just don't see how a point that wasn't given earlier in the game can be seen as the difference in a game where multiple scores and scoring chances occurred after that incident. The game was there to be won, the chances were not taken, and Cork were not prevented from taking chances.
If the incident had of occurred near the end there would be a case but I sincerely and strongly feel that this is not so on this occasion and is only compounding the excruciating disappointment the girls must be feeling yesterday evening and today.
They did not lose this game because of a point not awarded earlier in the match. To continue to say it made all the difference is a loser mentality that only benefits the ones who got the cup. Silence is the best policy until such a time as the thing can be put straight where it really matters.