It’s three months since the game and two since video footage of a Fr Rocks player allegedly spitting at Paul Galvin surfaced on YouTube over a month after the game.
In March, both clubs had been asked by the Central Competitions Control Committee to supply any videos they recorded of the action.
However, Cookstown secretary Daryl Robinson and Finuge chairman Denis McElligott confirmed they haven’t heard since from Croke Park.
That is despite Galvin releasing a statement on his website and confirming he had been spat on by an opponent during the February 9 match.
Galvin went public on the matter after Cookstown and Tyrone footballer Owen Mulligan had counterclaimed in the wake of the video being released that Finuge made “sick and vile sectarian abuse comments” during the game.
Video is only admissible in GAA disciplinary procedures providing the CCCC are satisfied the evidence is as long as “reliable and unedited”.