Woodsball and Scenario Paintball Tips.
Anybody that has played in a big woodsball field with few players has been there:
You end up 30-60 minutes in with hardly anybody out. Every once in a while, you'll see someone like 300 yards away, and you waste the next 10 minutes of your life shooting at someone you're never going to hit. I say that you should use these times to your advantage.
Get the best, stealthiest player on your team ( be honest to yourself and unbiased. It's okay if you're not the best.) to sneak around one side of your opponent while the rest of the team pushes forward from the front, keeping them/him distracted. Your flanking teammate can sneak up without them noticing and take them out. (If your guys in front don't get them first.)
Just a tip that has worked for me in various situations.
(Feel free to vary this according to your scenario.)