UPTON Borough, who are already under investigation by the Cheshire FA following an incident earlier this season, were at the centre of an abandonment on Saturday.
The Division One club trailed 3-1 at Kydds Athletic when the referee called off the match after red carding two Upton players.
League official Tony Summers said the referee abandoned the game because of 'consistent bad behaviour' and the incident had been reported to the Cheshire FA.
In the same division, Frodsham United Reserves thought they were on course for their first win of the season when they led Crossway 6-4 with a few minutes to go. But they had to settle for a point in a 6-6 draw with goals by Steve Nixon (2), Barry Everson, Jack Shepherd, Bob Colley and John Brownbill. On target for Crossway were Danny Brown (3), Martin Hill (2) and Dave Mellor.
Leaders Bank of Scotland beat Kelsall 2-0 with goals from James Farey and Bob Hassell, while second-placed Duddon slumped to a shock 1-0 defeat at Chester Nomads Thirds (Turner).
MBNA Reserves hit double figures at Barrow Seconds (John Taylor), Kevin Pickering (3), Randy Appleton (3), Craig Filby, Richard McKevitt, John Davies and Clive Barlow on target in a 10-1 win.
Simon Davies scored a hat-trick and Gary Ellams a brace as Team Highfield beat Christleton A 6-2, Scott Morgan completing the scoresheet.
Chester Nomads Seconds emphasised their title credentials in the Premier Division by thrashing bottom club Upton VC 8-0 with goals from John Roberts, John Speakman, Tim Barnes (3) and Ken Douglas (3).
Aidy Gough, Paul Gough and Richard Deponeo netted in Cestrian Alex's 3-0 home win over Barrow, and a Jason Lucas strike earned Brewery Arms a 1-1 home draw with Tarporley Vics (Adam Brown).
Stan McKay (2), Paul Bennion and Dave Riley scored for Waggon and Horses OB in a 4-1 home defeat of Blacon YC Re -serves (Mickey Price).