are Natural grass football pitch to be accepted or deny on basis of being natural feature?
You need to include some sort of strucutre on the field, whether it is the stands, signs, or goal posts.
These are garbage portals, it's a grass field yet every resistance agent approves them for more portal density, nothing interesting or unique about grass fields
What about cricket fields? What sort of structure should one include? Cricket pitch? Maybe those large wooden structures used to block stray balls?
Pretty much yeah, the Cricket pitch itself is a man made object - I've had 1 approved and 1 rejected (For being a generic Business) Just make sure your supporting statement reflects the Candidates validity. - However if there is a sign for the Cricket Field - It will likely get marked as a duplicate if the reviewers are following the guidelines.
I ve had a few football pitches go through. Take a picture of the goal posts. Give a good title and description. They should be reviewed as 4/5* same as mugas. They promote exercise.
Depends on what you call a natural grass football pitch. I've seen people trying to get just fields of grass approved because apparently football get's played there. But if there are actually (man made) goals it should be fine.
If it's marked with white lines, it's not a natural feature. If there's a constructed pitch in the middle, it's not a natural feature. If there's a net at one end, it's not a natural feature.
Humans are part of nature, but man made things aren't only made in a lab.
Okay... I don't think I understand either why you quoted me or what you're trying to say? Did I need to mention all ways in which such a field would be man made or in other words not just be a flat area of grass?