10 Year Member
5 Year Member
- Aug 11, 2004
- Reaction score
Man I can't wait!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hey, you! Yeah, YOU! Register now for your free account, it's quick and easy to sign up.
You'll gain access to the full features of the site and you can jump in with your comments whenever you want. It's a no brainer!
mate the best thing for new turf is a good down pour from my understanding.Good point, but the general downpour might have damaged the newly laid turf etc.
mate the best thing for new turf is a good down pour from my understanding.
There would be good drainage there as well so i don’t think it would hurt the turf, if there was bulk foot traffic on it then yeah defs would be a concern.
Yeah Nah, probably a bit to much 2
To be fair, you can't really make out much from that potato quality photo.I'm calling BS on that photo.
I work across the river from sthe tadium, in a building to the left of the building where that photo appears to be taken from.
At the time of the photo, it is was absolutely bucketing down, like it does in NQ during the wet season. Normally, in the background of that shot would see a shoulder of Mt Stuart, the fact you can't indicates how heavy the rain was.
I have line of sight into the stadium. At NO stage (and believe me I was checking) did I see water across the field like it appears in the photo. There was what looked to be puddling, which is to be expected with such a heavy downpour, this went away fairly quickly. There is absolutely no flooding around the 'gatehouse' at the front. That is all concrete and the water just ran off (into the gutters and across the road).
The photo is a point in time shot taken when this downpour was at its heaviest. Posting such a photo would appear to be vexatious.
On a side issue, as we are getting closer, the stadium is looking even more fantastic, it is somewhat arousing as I walk passed it each day.