ACL is considering to lodge an appeal over the result of Wednesday night's T20 loss at the hands of Longford.
Captain John Kedey felt his batsman were left greatly disadvantaged in the third-round match that descended into farce late in the innings.
Red balls were forced to be used instead of standard white balls that had not been supplied to sides, made even worse to see in fading light.
Conditions got so bad that football training lights were turned on at University Oval.
Longford earned a 20-run win on the back of Dilan Sandagirigoda taking 2-25 and 41. Jackson Blair added 42 while Kieran Davey was left unbeaten on 50 for ACL.
Hadspen were robbed of what had appeared certain victory when its fixture was abandoned over bad light.
The Chieftains amassed a superb 7-202 at Trevallyn Park after Thanuka Dabare belted 72 off 46 balls including six fours and four sixes.
Damian Woods hit eight fours for 48 off 34 deliveries in the 120-run opening stand that ended in nearly 11 overs.
Adam Walsh provided the spark late for Trevallyn's attack, snaring 6-18 off 19 balls.
The hosts reached 3-51 in seven overs when the match was called off after Jona Watts took 3-10 from three overs.
Beaconsfield ran through Perth for 74 inside 19 overs before light was not a factor.
While Perth captain John Hayes stood tall with 31 off 36 balls, it was a 5-2 spell in just 3.4 overs that included 20 dot balls from Chris Walker that was the true standout.
Tharushan Iddamalgoda got Beaconsfield home with 60 off 38 deliveries to earn a 10-wicket victory in 8.4 overs.
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