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but this time he will be keeping a close eye on Armagh's new playmaker Stephen Kernan who has excelled this year in a withdrawn role behind McDonnell and Clarke.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.
Among other advice, CEO Brewster points to young people as a key aspect of the business: "Do not be afraid to hire youth.
Inverness finished ninth last season but Brewster points out that they weren't that far away from being involved in the top six.