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Re: Bunker Hill

In Reply to: Bunker Hill posted by Joe Gamb on July 18, 2004 at 19:20:57:

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on July 19, 2004 at 17:56:39

After reading the follow ups by Rich and Ragtop I must agree that the way Old River, and Waynes are set up, one of the two teams has the longer walk. Myself and my team have on many occasions taken the long walk to the castle, or even further to the firebase at the far east side of the field. The same with Waynes, and First Strike. As for your comment about the location of the insertion point, maybe someone should have brought it to the attention of Hugh, the field manager. Im sure the issue would have been resolved quickly.

I was not present at the shootout for the trophy for Ft Apache. But it is my understanding that both team captains agreed to this shootout tiebreaker. As for your comment about a 10 man Air ball, or speed ball tie breaker. The Black Berets are a SCENARIO team. We dont practice, or compete in speedball tourneys. However, and you may correct me if I am misinformed. The Troopers have a tourney squad, that practices and competes regularly. That would not have been a fair advantage in my opinion.

I highly suggest that you contact Hugh Stephens. Field manager at Old River before you draw your conclusions. He is more than willing to listen to player suggestions and make changes accordingly.

Hope to see you at Old River soon.

Mike Farley
Black Berets

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