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Discussion: Rock'N Reno Batting Practice

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May 19, 2022
Men's 65
469 posts
Rock'N Reno Batting Practice
Reno Batting Practice we have not played in Reno in a couple of years. Have batting practice field use rules changed? Any special rules or fields applicable?
May 21, 2022
Men's 70
3783 posts
EVM ... At Golden Eagle, you may take BP ONLY on the softball complex tournament Fields #10-15 (if you are the first game of the day) OR on the junior league Fields #5-6 (on a first-come, first-served basis) ... YOU MAY NOT TAKE BP ON ANY OTHER AREAS OF THE COMPLEX ... This prohibition INCLUDES the Little League Fields #1-4, the Soccer Fields #7-8, the Multi-purpose Field #9, ANY grass areas and the desert habitat ... Depending on the day and time, Shadow Mountain fields and the grass areas to the north of the Shadow Mountain complex offer an alternative that's only a short drive from Golden Eagle ...

For Rancho San Rafael, the "first game of the day" on your field works, so long as you do not adversely influence pre-existing or currently being done field preps ... There are no other on-site options at Rancho ... At Shadow Mountain, it's the same "first game of the day" situation, and the referenced adjacent areas mentioned above ... Good luck!

May 21, 2022
Men's 65
469 posts
Thanks. The information is appreciated.
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