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Drop in tonight at 8:00pm-10pm

Discussion in 'Canada West' started by azn_123, Nov 18, 2007.

  1. azn_123

    azn_123 Regular Member

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    I was wondering if anyone wants to play at Renfrew Community Centre tonight at 8:00pm till 10:00pm with feathers provided. I think it was $4.50 for drop in but I have to double check later this evening. PM me if you are going or is in need of a partner.:)

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    Be gentle with the feathers... they're Victor Silver:D.
     
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    I went there umm..at least 6 months ago and they used Sosan Black's unless..they changed to Victor Silvers.:)
     
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    Well, I do know that they used Victor Silver for the tuesday night drop-in. Not too sure about sunday evening drop-in. If they used Sosan Black, then it's a huge improvement:p.

     
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    I'll go and check tonight.:) I'll take a look at the play and decide if I should drop in or not.
     
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    victor blue minimum here, most use victor green here
     
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    I would have thought Victor Green would be slower for Calgary climate:confused:. Victor Green would be perfect in the summer, they fly a little slower in winter.

     
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    I know some good players would drop-in there on sunday, not sure if they still do after the opening of the new facilities in Richmond. But I think the core regulars would be there. Just a word of caution: they can be pretty rough on new people going there.

     
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    Went on Sunday but I didn't really like the drop in.:( I would rather go to the facilities in Richmond..I was going to go rpro on Sunday but then I didn't want to bus 2 hours back and forth.:D They use Sosan Black's and the players only used 2 courts which lend to the other 2 courts free.
     
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    Could be a good thing too. A free court to practice your shots and movement:D. Thanks to the Richmond facilities, it's no longer too crowded in the community centers. Of course, cash strapped players are still limited to their nearest drop-in.

     
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    Richmond facilities for the win.Oh yeah..there's always vrc as well.:)
     

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