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BostonBaller Tuesday, February 20th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: February 18th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Boston Paintball
Providence Indoor Paintball
Directions
to the Field:
From Boston, take Route 93 South, to Route 28 South (Exit 5A) and follow to Randolph Center.
From Mass Pike area (Wellesley, Needham, Dedham) take Route 128 South to Route 93/Route 1 North to Route 28 South (Exit 5A) and follow to Randolph Center.
Review: Hours: The usual fare, Friday night, Saturday & Sunday for walk-on games. +10 for reservations on weekdays. Friday 5:00-10:00pm, Saturday 9:30-4:00, Sunday 10:30-4:00.

Prices: Prices were fair for an indoor field. Case special is $80.00 w/ entry and all day air. $15.00 includes entrance and all day gas, with purchase of paintballs from them. Field paint only at this field! Paint prices and more on their page.

Field: This review is for the indoor field. I have never played at their outdoor field.
The field consists of one small sized sup' air field. Ideal for 3 on 3 but suitible for 5 man, pushing it at 7. The bunkers were all well inflated and clean when I arrived and there was a good field setup for the day. Staging area was clean with plenty of room for your gear and small viewing windows to watch the action of the field. The turf is pretty nice for sliding but when running it is a little hard to grip the floor after a half days play. Bunkers needed some cleaning off about halfway through the day as well but not too bad. No one was checking to see if people were chronoed in at all. This is a bad thing and needs to be changed. Be responsible for yourself. Shooting hot will really hurt on this small field.

Refs: Refs were attentive and cycled games quickly with little downtime. Don't expect any paintchecks from them unless you really ask for one. Refs generally always watched the game from the sidelines but were good in blowing the whistle to let hit players off the field and enforcing safety rules. This field is on the honor code, refs dont check for hits, that just fine with me, but unfortunatly some people need extra help to decipher what the broken ball on them means...The refs are nice people who like to have a good time.

Proshop: There is no proshop at the indoor field that I saw. There are some tools available and most refs are willing to help with any problems if they can.

Players: The people playing were a good crowd and that day consisted of a biker gang group with 20 or so players and another 15 walk-on players. Everyone was friendly, considerate, and listened to the refs. Groups were well divided.

Overall: I enjoyed playing at this field and would play there again as long as this brutal weather continues. Field is a bit small but is fun nonetheless. Check it out, its worth a trip.
 

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