So this weekend, I was watching a mid-level game between teenage girls that obviously had a lot of negative experiences with each other in the past. Near the end of the first half a girl clearly yanked the ponytail of another girl and brought her down. This was off the ball but the AR who was probably late teens saw it and got the attention of the CR who was also pretty young. After a discussion no foul was called. A parent almost got ejected for wanted to show the CR the video. At half time, the CR and AR were talking and the CR was explaining how he use to play for the club of the girl that got yanked down and hated the coach. So at that point I could not resist and told them that I was with the ref association and was going to write him up. I left them by saying that he should not have taken an assignment from his old club or any club he could not be objective about. This was the game before the game that I was there to watch and my family does not have any affiliation with either club. But I was wondering if the person with the video submitted it to the ref association what is the likely outcome? Would they take any action against the ref with undisputable proof of a video and the AR was a witness? I think the situation was due to the immaturity of the ref and that he might be great if he was not relishing in the coach screaming at him.