"It's actually curtailing goal opportunities, about eight or nine different times in the match it curtailed good movement, good flowing moves. Is that improving the game of football? I think it's a waste of time and I've said it all along."
The debate about the true national sport of Wales has been raging for years between rugby and football fans. But a new book claims that the first and true national sport of Wales is neither of these, but the little less know sport of Handball.
The latest instalment in one of the most gripping rivalries in Irish sport was played out in Kingscourt, Co Cavan yesterday - and this time, it was Cork's Catriona Casey who was crowned the queen of handball.
Do you think the offensive mark in football should have been retained for the championship?