Morris medallist Brodie Filo has taken aim at the Ovens and Murray for allowing Albury to conduct its own investigation into serious misbehaviour from Tigers players at a caravan park on the weekend.
League general manager Sean Barrett told The Border Mail the O&M was content to let Albury conduct an internal investigation and hand down any sanctions deemed necessary to the players involved.
But former Wodonga Raiders star Filo said this was a double standard just 18 months after he was fined and forced to apologise for his drunken antics at the 2018 Morris Medal count.
Ovens and Murray officials were left red-faced when Filo jumped from the stage after being presented with his medal and then tripped and fell near invited guests and sponsors on his return to his table.
"When I played up at the OMFNL league medal (that I won) 18 months ago my club and I had to ... do a press conference and I copped a $1000 fine," Filo wrote on social media.
"I didn't hurt anyone or be abusive to anyone I just had a few too many drinks.
"Apparently half a dozen individuals play up in a fire-affected town causing people to leave a caravan park (and) the league think it's fine for the club to give out its (own) sanctions."
Barrett said the O and M would let the Tigers handle the issue because "it was a club event and not a league one".
"The club is undertaking its own investigation at the moment so we will just liaise with them and see how it all unfolds," he said.
"Obviously the league has got a vested interest in the outcome after the club revealed that the behaviour of some of its players was disappointing."
Mr Dally said the behaviour of the club on Saturday night showed disrespect for the park and all of its guests.
"It's pretty ordinary, we're pretty disappointed with how they conducted themselves," he said.
"We're trying to build our business back up to where it was, and it's a pretty big kick in the guts.
"To come out to our caravan park and to conduct yourself like that, and put us under the pump like that, was pretty disappointing. We don't want them out here."
But an Upper Murray farmer who welcomed extra help on Saturday has "nothing but praise" for the Tigers footballers who pitched in.
Russell McKelvey said despite "what they may or may not have done" that night, which resulted in the Colac Colac Caravan Park owners asking them to leave the next morning, "their help didn't go unnoticed".
"They did a great job, they got in and cleaned it all up for me," he said.
"I have a lot of fencing and stuff to do but it is a lot easier to do that with a clean area.
"What they did after they left here doesn't bother me, they came here to help and that is what they did for me.
"I'm not their dad, they are responsible for their own actions.
"But it is a shame it has taken away from the good work they did do up here."