Rugby (page 3)


New Emerald Stand

The redevelopment of Emerald Headingley Stadium is the most exciting and highly anticipated improvement in over a century. The home of Leeds Rhinos, Yorkshire...

in Rugby - on 25/8/18


Pride and quality

Established in 1879, St Lawrence College sits on the edge of the Kent coastal town of Ramsgate. It is home to 650 day and boarding pupils from local, UK...

in Rugby - on 24/8/18


What lies beneath

With cost, permeability, and performance all key contributing factors in the construction of 3G pitches, and specification largely governed by carpet manufacturers,...

in Rugby - on 23/8/18


ECHA backtracking?

Cancer-causing chemicals in artificial grass pitches could be slashed to almost one sixtieth of current levels under plans drawn up by regulators

in Rugby - on 21/8/18


First for Rugby ...

Cub Cadet INFINICUT® mowers make it a ‘first’ for Emerald Headingley Stadium in Leeds. Home to both Rugby Union and Rugby League, the club is currently...

in Rugby - on 20/8/18


Groundwork to begin

Work is set to start on the Stadium for Cornwall site later this month. Cornwall Council approved £3 million of public funding towards the project four...

in Rugby - on 17/8/18

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Irrigation finance first

Finance on turfcare machinery has been something golf clubs have been taking advantage of for years and of course the concept of finance is widely available...

in Rugby - on 17/8/18


Manchester ... united

The contrasts of tending natural and synthetic surfaces could not be greater than across the acres that the University of Manchester runs for its students...

in Rugby - on 13/8/18

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Q&A with Iain Athersmith

Iain Athersmith - Big eater, big bodied and big beard

in Rugby - on 6/8/18


Just like a big garden

The principal volunteer groundsperson at Willenhall Rugby Union Football Club is 44-year-old Iain Athersmith. He’s a big guy with an even bigger beard....

in Rugby - on 6/8/18

Terrain Aeration Terralift

Deep aeration video

The concept of one metre deep aeration, to relieve compaction and improve drainage, really needs to be seen in action to appreciate the long-term...

in Rugby - on 1/8/18


Q&A with Dave Balmer

Dave Balmer - No more heroes anymore. Well, perhaps Kirsty Alsopp - he forgets!

in Rugby - on 18/7/18


Change at the Kingsholm

Under relatively new ownership, it is all change at the Kingsholm Stadium, home of Gloucester Rugby. As well as a new corporate identity - including a...

in Rugby - on 18/7/18


Fans see Tigers plans

Castleford Tigers fans got a chance to view plans for their new Community Stadium as part of the wider Axiom retail development last week. Lateral Property...

in Rugby - on 3/7/18

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New machinery bank ...

Sports administrators are closely watching a revolutionary project at Thirsk & Northallerton Golf Club which, if it takes off, has the potential to be...

in Rugby - on 22/6/18


Long employment journey

Chris Long is now the Head of Grounds at the University of Leicester. But, as is the case for a surprising number, just to transfer from greens to grounds...

in Rugby - on 13/6/18

Edinburgh Rugby Stadium

SRU plan mini-Murrayfield

Scottish Rugby has today announced it has applied for planning permission to install a new playing venue in the grounds of BT Murrayfield, which will have...

in Rugby - on 3/6/18

Dorset & Wilts RFU award

Two awards have been handed out by the Dorset and Wiltshire Rugby Football Union to a pair of unsung heroes from Trowbridge RFC and Supermarine RFC

in Rugby - on 30/5/18

Scotstoun's 4G playing surface

Glasgow pitch 'shocking'

Scarlets say preparations for Saturday's Pro14 final against Leinster have been hampered by burns and blisters suffered by players in Friday's semi-final...

in Rugby - on 23/5/18


Munster install 3G

Major upgrade works have commenced at the province’s Cork-based stadium, Irish Independent Park, the home of Munster Rugby

in Rugby - on 20/5/18