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It was announced in midweek that Motherwell have been found guilty of a breach of the rules in the Scottish Building Society Scottish Women's Premier League.
Scottish Women's Football have issued the following statement on the matter on the league's website:
"Scottish Women's Football were advised by the Perform and Win Committee that they had considered a complaint against Motherwell FC pertaining to their Scottish Building Society SWPL 2 fixture v Kilmarnock on Sunday 11th February and determined that the below rule had been breached:
Competition Rule 22(a): ‘Not later than 45 minutes before the start of a Premier League and 30 minutes before the start of a Division 1-2, each club shall hand to the referee, a list, and to its opponent, a duplicate, both of which shall be signed by the Secretary or other accredited club official, of the proper names of the players in its team, of such substitutes as are permitted, and of the club officials on forms provided by the Management Committee.'
The Perform and Win Committee determined that the fixture be awarded 3-0 to Kilmarnock and Motherwell were issued with a fine of £50.
The result and league table will be updated accordingly and SWF acknowledges Motherwell's right to appeal."
The decision of the Committee means that FC Kilmarnock have gone to the top of the SWPL 2 table following the opening two matches whilst Motherwell, who had been the leaders after Sunday's round of matches, are now third.
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