The LGFA have confirmed today that Hawkeye will be available for the All-Ireland Football finals for the first time ever.
The news will be welcomed by all, and in particular by everyone involved in the Dublin set-up, following the controversy which marred last year's decider.
The Girls in Blue lost to Cork by a point but were left fuming after an umpire failed to give what looked to be a perfectly legitimate score in the 22nd minute of the match at Croke Park.
The Dublin boss at the time, Greg McGonigle, criticised the LGFA after the game saying, "Our ladies association has let us down."
It won't just be the final at Croker where the officials will have assistance when it comes to adjudicating on disputed scores.
A statement released following today's launch of the 2017 Championship revealed that, "An official, the scores assistant, will now sit in the TG4 production vans at all televised matches where they will have the benefit of all available television angles to help judge if a score has taken place."
LGFA president Maire Hickey expressed her gratitude to the Irish language broadcaster.
"Ladies Gaelic Football is a sport that is consistently evolving and, with thanks to our friends in TG4, we are able to introduce the use of video assistance for scoring situations.
"This is a vitally important development as it is available at every ground and at every match that is being televised. We are determined that, where possible, we have a level playing field for all of our players regardless of what stage of the competition they are playing in.
"Having said that, we are aware that technology, like Hawkeye, is a great assistance to our officials which is why the Hawkeye technology will also be used where available to ensure that referees have the best assistance possible."
TG4 also launched their new championship campaign #properfan as official sponsors of the women's Championships.
The 'humorous campaign' challenges supporters of sport to be 'proper fans' who watch sport based on the quality of the game and not who is playing it.