March 2017 (page 1)

Rubber crumb too bouncy

Complaints have been received about new 3G pitch installations being ‘too bouncy’ according to one contractor

in Football - on 1/4/17

Pulse eyes more 3G hubs

Pulse, the company tasked with operating the Football Association’s (FA) first two Parklife facilities, has lifted the lid on their progress, and claimed...

in Football - on 31/3/17

Dewstow Golf Club closes

A club described in the Welsh press as ‘one of Monmouthshire’s premier golf clubs’ is closing down after 30 years of trading

in Industry News - on 31/3/17

New stadium proposal

League One football club Gillingham has called on its local council to support its aspirations of reaching the Premier League by allowing it to build a...

in Football - on 31/3/17

Newbury Racecourse

Making site developments work to its advantage, whilst minimising disruption to racing, has proved a highly positive experience for Newbury Racecourse,...

in Equestrian - on 31/3/17

Headingley funding plan

An investor prepared to invest £35m in Leeds' Headingley stadium has been found, the city council says

in Industry News - on 30/3/17

GGM and Kubota celebrate

Exciting celebration event marks new Kubota coverage across the North West.

in Industry News - on 30/3/17

Bomb scares & sprinklers

Spend some time with former Burnley groundsman Roy Oldfield and the stories come at you like the sprinklers that keep the Turf Moor pitch slick.

in Football - on 30/3/17

Article 50 reaction

Article 50 has been triggered and the task can begin in implementing the decision made at the ballot box

in Industry News - on 29/3/17

Merthyr players burnt

A Welsh rugby coach has posted photographs on social media of burns his players received playing on an artificial pitch

in Rugby - on 29/3/17

Medal of Excellence

For over a century the City & Guilds Medals for Excellence programme has recognised the impressive achievements of its Students. Each year they award around...

in Golf - on 29/3/17

Machinery budgets

For numerous reasons - economical, societal, political and demographic - revenue decline is a very real issue for golf courses and sports facilities these...

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 29/3/17

Everton finance package

Everton FC has moved a step closer to realising its ambition to build a new stadium after agreeing a financial package with the local authority.

in Football - on 28/3/17

South Beds benefits

South Beds Golf Club is now on its fourth generation of John Deere greens mower, following a John Deere Financial lease deal signed with dealer P Tuckwell...

in Golf - on 28/3/17

Governing bodies agree

The world governing bodies of football, rugby and hockey have agreed to a set of protocols to “revolutionise” the way shared sports grounds are...

in Synthetics - on 28/3/17

Highspeed Going Forward

Acumen Waste Services Ltd (Acumen) is pleased to announce that on 24th March 2017 it completed the acquisition of Highspeed Group Ltd (Highspeed) including...

in Industry News - on 27/3/17

Rain Bird's IQ-Cloud

Rain Bird's IQ-Cloud platform for water management is designed to provide remote real time control of commercial irrigation systems over the internet

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 27/3/17

Shockwave and Rotoknife

Campey Turf Care Systems has supplied York Racecourse with an Imants Shockwave and Rotoknife as they continue to adopt new methods in a bid to maintain...

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 27/3/17