July 2017 (page 2)

Trilo S3 and VCU 150

Peterborough based contractor Working Turf Limited undertakes small scale groundcare projects in and around the Cambridgeshire area. Owner, Mark Silk,...

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 25/7/17

Second Toro agreement

Five years of trouble-free mowing sees Sherborne Golf Club on the border of Dorset and Somerset embark on its second five-year partnership agreement with...

in Golf - on 25/7/17

Knights stadium boost

York City Knights received a boost off the field this week as York Council announced that work to build York’s new community stadium should begin in...

in Football - on 24/7/17

MM rapid at King’s Bruton

Adrian Davis, head groundsman at King’s Bruton School in Somerset, has reported remarkable germination speed and recovery rates from Limagrain’s leading...

in Schools & Colleges - on 24/7/17

Kubota majestic at Welsh

Visitors to this year’s Royal Welsh Show will have the chance to see all the latest machinery from Kubota UK as the company showcases a number of its...

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 24/7/17

The Mark of Zorro!

In the first of an occasional ‘where are they now?’ series, we catch up with Mark Barthelmie; he of the Big Willy!

in People - on 24/7/17

Classic leads the way

Revolutionary design of Greensmaster 1000 still influencing greens cutting

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 23/7/17

Jacobsen & AGCSA Deliver

The AGCSA, in conjunction with Jacobsen, held another Future Turf Managers’ Initiative, after the success of the inaugural event in Australia last year....

in Golf - on 23/7/17

Haggerston Park award

Hackney’s Haggerston Park has won MyLocalPitch’s June Outstanding London Sports Venue Award. The grassroots site is one of the borough's best loved...

in Football - on 22/7/17

Stuart wins FA gong

Woodcote Stoke Row Football Club’s long-serving groundsman Stuart Higley has been named as the Oxfordshire FA’s Groundsman of the Year

in Football - on 22/7/17

Green Flag Awards

1797 parks, gardens, cemeteries, universities, museums, hospitals, shopping centres and canals have met the tough criteria demanded by the Award

in Parks - on 22/7/17

GKB Vstrong doesn’t miss

The latest GKB Vstrong improves on already proven technology to offer the professional a robust and reliable scarifying machine that swiftly deals with...

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 21/7/17

Dennis integral at Stoke

Both the Dennis G860 and the Dennis Premier play an integral role in maintaining Stoke City FC’s bet365 Stadium pitch and training ground, according...

in Football - on 21/7/17

Pontypridd's pitch update

With work now on-going to lay a new 3G pitch at Sardis Road in preparation for the coming season, relevant statements have been issued both by the pitch...

in Rugby - on 21/7/17

Maintaining cut quality

Nigel Church is a Product Trainer with Cutting Edge Training, an operating division of Ransomes Jacobsen. In this article, he looks at maintaining cut...

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 21/7/17

Tommy still rolling

Many of us may baulk at the idea of doing the same job for 55 years, even more at the prospect of still working at the age of 79, but Co Down man Tommy...

in Cricket - on 20/7/17

Upgrade pays dividends

When Potters Point holiday resort in County Wicklow, Ireland replaced its golf course maintenance equipment fleet, it carried on a 20-year association...

in Golf - on 20/7/17

Pre-season at Shrewsbury

Dave Saltman, turf contractor and Managing Director of Pitchcare, discusses his pre-season plans for Shrewsbury Town FC.

in Football - on 20/7/17

First TLE4490 in Europe

East Grinstead Rugby Football Club located in West Sussex has taken delivery of the first Iseki TLE4490 tractor sold in Europe. The tractor was delivered...

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 20/7/17

Kubota UK strengthens

Kubota UK is pleased to announce it has strengthened and expanded its marketing team with the addition of four new appointments to support the company’s...

in Industry News - on 19/7/17