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l33trobinson Tuesday, January 29th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: December 29th, 2007
3 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
Pevs in NoVA
Review: First off i just have to say that his field is amazing.
One of the things i've liked the most about it is that even if your new, you will still have an amazing time playing here. The first time i played there i had a ton of help with figuring out how everything works from players and the staff.

Theres a great mix of people who go here and a great mix of skill levels and the refs and the players are good about splitting up the skill levels so that the games are fair.
The prices are decent. The place is field paint only but u can buy paint from their store before hand and save some money.

One important thing to note about this field is that they only fill HPA, no Co2.

Even though theres only 3 fields they are well set up. One is hyperball, one is a village, and one is airball (primarily used by teams). The games go quick and u can usually get in a lot of games by the end of the day. Downtime between games is usually around 5m.

Quick Review: Great field, Great for new and old players. Fair prices. only fill HPA.

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