A cricket team in Gloucester say it's a travesty they've been deducted points for missing a game which clashed with the most important religious festival in the Islamic calendar.
Gloucester AIW Cricket club is mostly made up of Muslim players. They say they warned the league months in advance they would be unable to play because of Eid.
Gloucester AIW said it has been docked 22 points, and its opponents awarded a further 20 points as a concession, for missing the match last Saturday (10 August).
The team has won trophies and been part of their division for more than a decade.
But now they'll almost certainly be relegated for missing last week's match when almost all the team attended Eid festivities.
It has been a summer to remember for English cricket with victories at the World Cup and the Ashes. The diversity of the national side has been heralded as a key part of their success.
The Gloucestershire County Cricket League say it has acted within its rules.
But the players say they're depressed this can still happen in 2019.