Brewster point

Brewster point

[′brü·stər ‚pȯint]
(optics)
A neutral point located 15 to 20° directly below the sun.
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McCluskey marked Steven McDonnell in the 2004 All-Ireland quarter-final which Fermanagh edged with a late Tom Brewster point but this time he will be keeping a close eye on Armagh's new playmaker Stephen Kernan who has excelled this year in a withdrawn role behind McDonnell and Clarke.
In the first of what was a day of shocks at HQ, 2002 champions Armagh were sent crashing out of the quarter-finals by a last gasp Tom Brewster point.
A couple of Rory Gallagher frees and a Tom Brewster point was all Fermanagh could muster, while Monaghan built on their precious two-goal cushion with three Tavey frees and points from Declan Smyth and Gary Meehan before the break.
Inverness finished ninth last season but Brewster points out that they weren't that far away from being involved in the top six.