HAYES boss Garry Haylock lambasted referee Amy Fearn after his side's draw with Kidderminster accusing her of not being fit to officiate Sunday league football.
"I have nothing against her personally but she was awful." he said. "A referee has to be effective and know the game and she doesn't.
"She is not fit to referee Sunday league football. I would pay money to see the referee's report."
Haylock is convinced Fearn was in charge of the 2-2 with Harriers on Thursday night because of comments he made about the official following her handling of Hayes' game at Grays in March.
He pointed to a number of incidents in the match, in particular a moment in the second half when he admitted Kidderminster should have had a penalty.
He added: "Our guy has clearly got the wrong side of him and pulled him down but we got a free kick. It's beyond belief."
Haylock was also furious at Fearn for sending off Scott Fitzgerald, who scored both Hayes' goals. The striker received his second yellow card of the match after a tussle with Harriers' Luke Prosser.
He said: "If Scott goes down cheaply and is booked for that then fair enough but she (Fearn) said it was for aggressive behaviour. Prosser has raised his hands to Scott. I'll show you the DVD."
And the Hayes boss could not resist another shot at league bosses for making his side play just 48 hours after being beaten 3-1 at Sailsbury.
"We have been disrespected and let down by the officials who run this league. We've had to put a shift in on Tuesday and again tonight and we are getting nothing for it. We'll take a point after what happened."
Fearn would not respond to Haylock's comments, only saying: "It's not the first time he's criticised me and I'll take it on the chin."