Naomh Conaill have lodged an appeal with the Central Appeals Committee - part of their ongoing grievance from their Senior Championship semi final meeting with Glenswilly and the decision to show Ciaran Bonner of Glenswilly a black card in the closing stages of the game.
Speaking to the Donegal News, a Naomh Conaill club spokesperson said the club feel very aggrieved by the way the case was dealt with by the Donegal Competitions Control Committee and then by the Ulster Council.
According to David Kelch of Naomh Conaill, the appeal to Croke Park is not about getting a replay. He said it's about the club proving their point that they were right to bring their case to the CCC
It is not thought the outcome of the appeal will have a bearing on the Ulster Club Championship which continues this weekend - St. Eunan's, who won last weekend's county final in Donegal - play the Fermanagh champions, Rosslea on Sunday