Moy GAA has appealed against the decision made by the Tyrone County Board that the injury suffered by Seán Cavanagh against Edendork was adjudicated on appropriately.
The Tyrone Senior Championship match made the headlines 10 days ago after the referee produced 27 cards, including one red.
Officials ruled that the incident that left Cavanagh with a broken nose and concussion merited no sanction on the field and the referee was subsequently backed after an investigation by the Tyrone Competitions Control Committee.
However, Moy, having just looked back on a video of the game, have requested that the officials "review the footage again to reconsider their opinion".
They said: "Having considered this video, Moy Tír na nÓg G.A.C expresses its disappointment and dismay with the outcome.
"The cause of the clash that led to the injuries could and should have been avoided.
"The mark had been taken by Seán Cavanagh and signalled by the referee directly before the incident."
In a statement the club also condemned online abuse that appeared against both sides in the aftermath of the incident and appealed for restraint, and wished Edendork well in the next round of the championship.
And so it continues 😨😨@KCsixtyseven Edendork played Moy today in the Tyrone senior championship first round— david greene (@buddygreene) September 16, 2018
20 yellows -6 reds-1 Black
And Sean Cavanagh transported away to hospital in an ambulance. The man that inflicted the injury did not receive a card of any description pic.twitter.com/gOWQdhLVoc