BAA, Parish docked points
BAA Wanderers and Hamilton Parish have been docked points by the Bermuda Football Association (BFA) for fielding ineligible players.
Wanderers breached the BFAs disciplinary code by fielding an ineligible player in their games against Devonshire Colts on September 16 and Paget on September 23.
As punishment, Wanderers have been forced to forfeit the games and 3-0 victories have been awarded to the opposing teams.
Parish also fielded an ineligible player in their game against Paget on October 7.
A 3-0 win has been awarded to Paget.
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