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puckscantpassme Monday, September 26th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: N/A
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Atlas-to far for me, has more space so they can change up the feild to let the grass grow, and u can bring paint on saturdays
FBM Oldbridge-not nearly as good, better prices but they dont always have both speed ball feilds set up.
Review: Okay, the first time I went there was the first day of street ball. Its a very nice feild, great paint prices. Staging areas a little small, it gets packed on streetball nights. The feild is changed up every time (almost every time), and is usaualy setup like an NPPL or PSP feild. If your on the close side, the sun gets in ur eyes which realy s*ck's. Ref's are great. Theres two seperate chronograph stations so you dont have to wait as long. Theres a club house that towers above the feild for anyone wanting to record games on video. This place has an indoor bathroom unlike fbm and atlas. Bunkeres are in great condition. They have a fill it yourself station for 3000 and 4500psi. Bottom line, great feild must check it out. They have an excelent proshop. Also they sell drinks from sodas to gatorades.

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