Louth supporter and pensioner Paddy Garvey is maintaining his battle to mount a legal challenge over the awarding of Joe Sheridan's famous goal in the 2010 Leinster SFC final.
Referee Martin Sludden allowed the goal to stand despite the strong protests of the Louth players and supporters.
After the controversial incident Garvey issued a summons, under section 15 of the District Court Rules, compelling the GAA President to come before the court over the controversy.
Garvey's summons was struck out in July, 2011 however, the 75- year-old supporter appealed that ruling to the Circuit Court and last March Judge Alison Lindsay upheld the District Court's decision.
Yesterday however, Mr Garvey sought permission from the High Court to have Judge Lindsay's decision judicially reviewed.
Mr Justice Michael Peart said he would give his decision next week.
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