CHESTER CITY drew 2-2 at relegation-threatened Scarborough on Saturday, but they had to play for the majority of the second period with just ten men.
Afterwards City boss Mark Wright was highly critical of match official Mr Woolmer, who made a number of contentious decisions.
Wright said: "The sooner the Nationwide Conference identify this small minority of inferior referees the better, because it just isn't good enough."
The major turning point in the game came in the 52nd minute, when City midfield player Paul Carden was dismissed for a second bookable offence.
Carden and Ben Davies had been dominant in midfield.
But after the dismissal the Yorkshiremen came more into the game.
Chester had gone in at the break leading 2- 0 through Darryn Stamp and Daryl Clare (penalty).
Scarborough hit back with a penalty, conceded by Phil Bolland, by Quayle. The equaliser came after 64 minutes from Clint Marcelle.