There was a silver lining for Bedfont Town after being knocked out of the Middlesex County Football League Junior Cup by Hayes Gate Reserves on Saturday.
With Renegades folding and having their record scrubbed, Bedfont moved to the top of Division Two as a result.
But boss Jim Cushen was in no mood for celebrating, and warned his players to stay off the beers or face the boot.
He said: "A hard training session is on the cards, with the players being told some home truths regarding Friday nights out and Saturday performances that are not acceptable.
"Another performance like that and we shall look to sign new blood."
Ron Haynes netted a consolation against Hayes Gate, but they were already 4-0 down
SEAN BARHAM netted two goals as Whitton Athletic came from behind to beat Duke Rangers Reserves 3-1 on Sunday.
Michael Seery was also on target as Whitton continued their mini revival in the Chiswick & District Intermediate.
[25a0] MAN-of-the-match Darren Tyler's heroics could not prevent a 4-0 defeat at Newton City for Hanworth City Reserves in Chiswick & District Division Two.
The first team's game with Hampton Badgers was rained off.
[25a0] ERNEST OWURU netted his 11th and 12th goals in five games as St Margarets won 3-1 at Hanworth Park in the Chiswick & District Premier.
His brace saw Saints come from behind, and Godfrey Senyah's goal completed the comeback before keeper Tim Lee secured it with a penalty save late on.
KEEPER Dave Walters pulled off three fine point-blank saves to secure a 2-1 win for Bell on the Green Sunday over Hanworth Villa Sunday D in Chiswick & District Division Two.
Rob Wells put Bell in front when he met Jamie Palmer's flick-on from Daniel Goult's corner.
And Jamie Mantle took advantage of a controver-sial offside decision to double their lead before Villa pulled one back.
MARK CONCANNON scored twice as Whitton Celtic came from 3-1 down to draw 3-3 with Feltham Garrison in West Middlesex Division Two.
Concannon gave Whitton the lead with a diving header, but Feltham hit back twice before the break and extended their lead after it.
Concannon halved the deficit on 53 minutes, and seven minutes later, Dean Carr pounced to level the scores.
Whitton had two play-ers sent of in the closing stages as both teams went all-out for a winner.
NICK CAMPBELL'S strike was the difference as FC Hatton edged out Feltham Cowboys in Chiswick & District Division One.
Player boss Danny Hamlett stifled Cowboy's creative edge by packing the midfield, and was rewarded when Campbell fired home the only goal of the game after the break to give the Sky Blues the points.
JAMIE HARRIS'S last-gasp penalty save kept up Beesotted's 100 per cent start to their Chiswick & District Intermediate campaign with a 2-1 win over Isleworth on Sunday.
Sub Bobby Brown's first goal for two years four minutes from time looked to have been enough for victory.
The visitors were awarded a controversial late chance to steal a point, but Harris saved with his feet.
Gary Johnson had marked his return from injury with a fine first-half strike.
Brown and Harris proved late heroes for Mark Harris's men, but Ollie Mayo bagged the man-of-the-match prize.
Elsewhere, Chris Hogan's hat-trick helped the reserves edge out a seven-goal thriller at Oisin Celtic in Division Two.
Goal-machine Will Emmett was also on the mark in the 4-3 win, while stand-in keeper Stuart Nixon and skipper Mark Jones starred.