0 Dennis & SISIS to host informative Cricket Groundsman’s seminar

SISIS have announced that they will be holding their popular cricket seminar on 17 February 2015.Dennis & SISIS have announced that they will be holding their popular cricket seminar on February 17th, where groundsmen in the sport will be able to refresh their education on a variety of topics.

The two powerhouses in turfcare machinery, along with support from other key companies within the groundscare industry, will be staging the insightful event for cricket groundsmen at St Albans School Trust. Attendees will be able to see presentations from an impressive line-up of speakers including Chris Wood, Vic Demain, Ian Smith and Ian Wall.

Chris Wood, pitch consultant for the ECB, has an abundance of experience in international pitch inspection, so all delegates can expect to hear first-hand, Chris' latest ideas and thoughts on producing a suitable playing surface.

Vic Demain, deputy groundsman at Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club will be discussing the search for the ultimate cricket wicket. Also, providing insightful tips will be Ian Smith from St Albans School and Ian Wall from the Bank of England Sports Club who will talk about using a cricket pitch for winter sports.

Following presentations, informal discussions will commence where all delegates will get the opportunity to ask any questions they may have to a host of industry professionals including the seminar's guest speakers.

Attendance to this informative seminar is free and seats are expected to be filled extremely fast.

To register your interest please contact Roger Moore at Dennis & SISIS on 01332 824777 or email Roger on roger.moore@dennisuk.com

www.dennisuk.com / www.sisis.com.

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