SCARBOROUGH Athletic have been hit by an FA charge.
The association are yet to decide the punishment awaiting Boro after a series of events that took place in the FA Vase defeat at Parkgate.
Boro have been charged on three counts after referee David Hunt submitted his report from the game.
Striker Ryan Blott will receive punishment for violent conduct after he pushed a player in the stomach.
The club will then be charged for multi-player misconduct and also for failing to control their supporters during and after the game.
The date and venue of the hearing has yet to be released by the FA.
Meanwhile, Boro will now travel to Selby on November 19, due to the home game against Nostell being postponed.
This game was called off because landlords Bridlington Town are at home on that day in the FA Vase. Brid will be at home to Carlisle-based outfit Gilford Park.