The issue has divided opinion, with debate over whether a replay should be staged.
The GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee has ordered a replay of the All-Ireland Senior Football Club Final.
It's after it emerged Dublin side Kilmacud Crokes had more than 15 players on the field in the closing stages of the game against Glen of Derry earlier this month.
The Derry club appealed the outcome.
The GAA's Central Competition Controls Committee was presented with the cases of both Glen and Kilmacud Crokes last night.
It’s believed Crokes have no interest in replaying the final.
Kilmacud Crokes can still appeal today's decision to the Central Hearing Committee.