The revelations mean that Poole Town, and not champions Dorchester, should have won the league.
Last season Dorchester beat rivals Poole by just four points, securing the title on a dramatic final day. However, the drama has continued into the off season.
Echosport has obtained documents revealing seven of the nine Premier League clubs have allegedly submitted late umpire reports.
Leaked files, when cross-referenced with the final league tables, show Dorset Cricket League (DCL) officials have failed to apply penalties to five clubs in the division for the alleged late reports.
One of those, Dorchester, has allegedly submitted three late umpire reports, amounting to a deduction of 10 points.
It means Poole Town would have won the league by six points – if the DCL had enforced the penalties.
The Dorset Funeral Plan League has applied for ECB accreditation.
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