weekday match start time?

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weekday match start time?

Postby aliotta » Mon Aug 15, 2011 10:10 am

Are the Wednesday matches still starting at 6:00 pm or are they starting at 5:00 pm now because of the lack of daylight?

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Re: weekday match start time?

Postby harmonii » Tue Aug 16, 2011 8:40 am

Al,

We start at 6:00 and are planning on going to a 5:30 start in September. I'll post the exact date, but assume the first Wed. in Sept through the first Wed. in October when we are done.

We do allow people to come when they can and 'fold in' so to speak, some people can make it at 5:30 and some cannot. We also may try and have dedicated RO's to make things go smoother. This depends on having enough people who want to come early and shoot early. then RO for the squads.

The goal is to keep offering 4 stages through the end, we do make them shorter of course as we get nearer the end.

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Re: weekday match start time?

Postby aliotta » Tue Aug 16, 2011 11:33 am

Ok, I just didn't want to show up at the 1800 start time and be late.


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Re: weekday match start time?

Postby Jon » Wed Aug 17, 2011 8:31 am

Al,

You could always show up early and help set up...
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Re: weekday match start time?

Postby Pitel » Thu Aug 18, 2011 8:41 am

Jon wrote:Al,

You could always show up early and help set up...





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Re: weekday match start time?

Postby harmonii » Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:50 am

When we do go to 5:30, we try and work with people, if you can't show up until 6 we can 'fold' you in, as long as you pick the smallest squad to join.
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