Club hit by huge penalty
Lutterworth have been sent crashing to the bottom of the Premier Division.
The Coventry Road club have been hit with a 310-point penalty by a management committee ruling over a player eligibility issue.
It means the 2009 champions will be relegated unless they mount a successful appeal.
Lutterworth are the second club to be docked points in a week. Leicester Ivanhoe received a 142-point penalty from another ruling under rule 11d eight days ago. They are appealing.
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The decisions have implications for other clubs because another rule states that, if a team field a player deemed to be ineligible, their opponents are awarded a maximum haul of 24 points.
Loughborough Town, who gained only 10 points from a rain-hit draw against Lutterworth two weeks ago, have now been handed another 14 points. That increases their lead at the top of the table to 35 points.