Salisbury are docked a point
Salisbury have been docked a point and fined £100 by the Football Conference for fielding an ineligible player.
The papers for Elliot Frear's loan deal from Exeter were not received and processed prior to the player being fielded against AFC Hornchurch on January 12.
It means the Whites drop to second in the Blue Square Bet South – level on points with Welling, who have a better goal difference and two games in hand, ahead of today's home game with Weston-super-Mare.
Salisbury have confirmed that they will not contest the decision.
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Meanwhile, Craig Laird has ordered his Weston players to watch themselves losing to Salisbury on YouTube.
Although the clip shows the Seagulls being beaten 3-0 by the Whites in an FA Trophy tie in November, Laird is adamant watching it will help reassure his in-form team.
He said: "I watched the rerun of that last game against Salisbury on YouTube and was reminded of how well we played on the day.
"The only difference was that they took their chances and we did not – in general play, we made them look ordinary at times.
"If you watch the video, you will see that it was all Weston."