Without going in to too much detail as the incidents are still being investigated is it ever ok for a parent/coach to enter the field of play? A potential safeguarding incident involving an official and player (the player concerned is under the age of 18) occured at which point a couple of coaches/players went on to the pitch to remove the players from the game. These coaches have now been charged with entering the field of play. Surely there are mitigating circumstances ie it wouldn't have happened if the initial incident hadn't happened? Both incidents are being investigated.
As you haven't gone into any detail there are probably more questions than answers.
The laws of the game say that Coaches may only enter the field of play at half time. Parents should never enter the field of play. There are always exceptions and mitigating circumstances, but that doesn't make it right to do so.
If the coaches have been charged with entering the field of play there must be a reason. At the disciplinary hearing they will have the chance to put their case forward and explain their actions
There is not a lot more The Rugby Ref can, or would want to say without having all the facts.
The Rugby Ref