Lancashire all-rounder Arron Lilley has been fined £100 by the Drakes League.
The 22-year-old Delph & Dobcross star has also been given a one-week ban, suspended for a year, following disciplinary problems in the Drakes Premiership match at Hoylandswaine on August 10.
Lilley, who has made his County Championship and short-format breakthrough with the Red Rose this season after earning a full professional contract at Old Trafford, was cited for dissent towards the umpires and breaking a boundary flag at Haigh Lane.
Hoylandswaine won the match at a canter, posting 300-5 before bowling out Delph for 117.
Five Paddock players have also been punished or warned about their conduct following incidents in their home Cedar Court Conference clash with Kirheaton on the same date.
Ovais Hussain was given a two-week ban with one week suspended until August 10 next year, while Faisal Siddique got a one-week ban suspended for 12 months.
Moin Hussain was reprimanded and warned about his future behaviour, Taimoor Shah was warned about his conduct towards the umpires and Mark Turner was reprimanded and warned as captain about his future control of players.