East Albury's winning points over Tallangatta have been frozen after an appeal over an allegation of a fieldsman not completing his required stint.
The Bushies appealed to CAW, claiming East's Luke Brunckhorst failed to take the field.
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Under the association's by-laws, it's required that the 12 named players field for the same amount of time.
"In a 50-over match, a fieldsman must complete 20 overs," CAW secretary John McMillan said.
Brunckhorst had earlier top-scored with 71 in the game's first innings.
The charge is not a serious one, unlike a code of conduct allegation, and is based under failing to comply with the playing conditions.
CAW required a clarification from the umpires before the matter can be sent to the pennant committee, which could meet as early as today.
The appeal only adds to the game's controversy after Tallangatta was penalised 10 runs for slow over rates.
East won by five runs.