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luckyboy41 Thursday, November 1st, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: October 27th, 2007
3 years
Review: I've been to this field twice. The first time, it was excellent. There were a lot of players with varied skill ranges. There were constant 7 on 7 games. I had a lot of fun.

The last time I went, it was terrible. All but two of the players there were Air Assault Factory players or their friends, the other two were probably 12. The Factory team wouldn't split up to make fair teams so they obviously won every round easily. I understand why they want to play together, but if you want to have a team practice, have a team practice. If you're playing during recball hours, play recball with everyone else. The paint is still really expensive which is fine. However, most of the balls were dimpled. There's no reason to pay $75 for a case of paint that shoots like a $30 case of paint. On the positive side, the employees were very nice and they ref pretty well.

Overall, this is an excellent field with a great staff. I originally would've highly recommended it to anyone. Now, I'm not sure. If you plan to play here, either come with a big group or make sure to call ahead of time.

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