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quigonjin Monday, October 30th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: October 26th, 2006
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Skorpion, Arnold's, Action Commando
to the Field:
Off Highway 40 eastbound, eats of the Decarie interchange.
Review: 1st time there, have to say that the field itself is ok, not as big as some of the others in the area (Action Commando). Would state the sq. footage around 9-10K. Lots of bunkering & passage ways. Floor however could use some work in the sense that some areas are carpet covered (kinda like AstroTurf), some areas covering is either ripped or mossing which is a greater slipping/injury factor.

- overall rating: field is interesting, good for stress relief until outdoor fields come back online (summer)

Negative: refs kinda manage games very loosely, no real control or in-depth knowledge of security and gaming variety. Another drawback is: they should control the number of players they let onto the field, at one point in time, there was close to 50 people in one game, which is way too many for an indoor field that size.

Summary: it did the job, we had fun and the newbies that came along, also seemed to have enjoyed themselves.

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