The GAA are investigating the recent incident that left Dublin footballer Davy Byrne with serious facial injuries.
Byrne received the injuries before throw-in in a challenge match against Armagh at DCU almost two weeks ago.
He was hospitalised for two nights as a result.
The Central Competitions Control Commitee are to look for more information on the incident, which left Byrne with a fractured nose.
They couldn’t launch a full investigation last week as the incident wasn’t included in the referee’s match report.
A GAA spokesperson told the Irish Daily Mail yesterday “The CCCC has the power to ask for any videos of the game. It might be a case that there’s nothing on the video as it’s our understanding the incident took place before throw-in. But we are continuing to look into the matter and will do so until a conclusion is reached.”