The Grampians Cricket Association will rule on a dispute over the outcome of a round four clash between Buangor-Tatyoon and Pomonal on Thursday night.
Pomonal is appealing a decision from the pennant committee, which runs the rules and regulations of the competition, which deemed the match as abandoned game due to wet weather.
Both sides received three points each.
Pomonal wants all 10 points awarded to the side and argues Buangor-Tatyoon were at fault for not taking care of the wicket. A penalty would incur a loss of points.
Pomonal said it should be rewarded the maximum 10 points, because an outright win was obtained.
The final scoreline read Pomonal 8-235 when the game was abandoned. Buangor-Tatyoon was due to bat on day two.
Grampians Cricket Association president David Turner said he wanted the situation defused.
“We just want an answer for where the irresponsibility stands between the clubs and also the council for ground preparation,” he said.