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 Post subject: Mariners park
PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 4:01 pm 

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Is there any definite plans to put in terracing.theyve had a couple of sell outs already.would be a shame if they lost revenue because of a lack of terracing

 Post subject: Re: Mariners park
PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 6:21 pm 
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Agree/ though i live overseas and only been to one game this season it was very difficult to get a good view five rows back! I spose much will depend on options regarding a new location with more land/parking and room to widen spectator areas. Currently there's really only room for a few rows behind the west end goal none at the east and the clubhouse side is awkward too. My recollection was that the land included the wide grass verge on Shaftesbury which would allow the fence to be moved back six feet or so but I may be wrong on that

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