The TCL has postponed its T20 competition following a push back from some clubs after games last week were affected over poor light.
Matches were set to run on Thursday night, but the next round has instead been rescheduled for November 7.
The TCL has also told clubs they are in control of changes to T20 fixtures should both teams be in agreement.
"I think it's a smarter move especially considering they only have red balls," ACL captain John Kedey said.
"That doesn't help with what happened last week and there are no rules in the constitution for the umpire to be able to call the game off."
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Last week's clash between ACL and Longford continued after football floodlights were turned on to compensate for red balls against darker skies.
There is no playing condition in TCL T20 rule book - unlike the Premier League - preventing the use of lights in the twilight competition.
"That's what umpires had expressed to us when we went to him," Kedey said.
The 20-run defeat to Longford is expected to stand, but ACL is considering writing a letter to appeal the result.
That same day the Trevallyn and Hadspen game was called off over safety fears.
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