Pudsey St Lawrence have been disqualified from this season's Dyson Energy Services Twenty/20 Cup and their second team have been deducted ten points for playing an unregistered junior player.
The player concerned had previously played for the club's third and fourth team but was not registered to play in competition's sanctioned by the JCT600 Bradford League. The club has acknowledged its administrative oversight.
As a consequence of St Lawrence's disqualification, both Morley, who were beaten in the quarter-finals of the Twenty/20 competition by St Lawrence with the unregistered player in their side, and Hanging Heaton who they subsequently defeated in the semi-finals, have been re-instated to the competition.
Morley and Hanging Heaton will now meet in the semi-finals next Sunday at Scatcherd Lane. The other semi-final between Lightcliffe and Pudsey Congs is also being played on the same day.
In addition to their disqualification from the Twenty/20 Cup and their points deduction, Pudsey St Lawrence have been fined £25 .