Issue Number 83 (Page 1)

Roger Stillwell Out On The Course At Wheatley GC

Q&A with Roger Sitwell

Roger Stillwell - a couple of Winstons and a pair of brothers - could be one hell of a dinner party!

in Golf - on 29/4/19

Looking Back From Behind The 6th

Born and Bred

Wheatley Golf Club lies on the outskirts of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, sandwiched between the leisurely River Don and the busy M18. David Mears recently...

in Golf - on 29/4/19

Ringway-GC Richard-Stephens-close

Q&A with Richie Stephens

Richie Stephens - on an evening with the Beatles and so many heroes

in Golf - on 22/4/19

Ringway-GC Rough

Taking on the challenge

Established in 1909, Ringway Golf Club is generally regarded as one of the finest parkland courses in Cheshire. Lee Williams visits the course to meet...

in Golf - on 22/4/19


Bowling green maintenance

The joys of spring soon come round each year. The Bowling Green fraternity will soon be seen out practicing and playing on their bowling greens up and...

in Bowls - on 21/4/19

PREP CRICKET 2018 (90)

Howzat for a job title?

To provide sporting excellence over a number of years takes certain skills and qualities. Often these qualities need to be present not only in the athletes...

in Cricket - on 19/4/19

LudlowRacecourse-Tom And Simon

Ludlow’s road to progress

They say that new brooms sweep clean but, at Ludlow Racecourse, Tom Moreland - in his first groundsman role - aims to keep a balance between the latest...

in People - on 17/4/19

DJI 0012

The Pannal Game

On the outskirts of the North Yorkshire town of Harrogate, a huge project is coming to fruition to provide a ‘homeless’ junior football club with their...

in Football - on 15/4/19

Fleetwood-Town Nick-Hyndman

Q&A with Nick Hyndman

Nick Hyndman - talking 6 packs, poor pitch etiquette and fried bacon

in Football - on 10/4/19

Fleetwood-Town Night-lights

Cod’s Law!

Ten percent of the town’s residents regularly attend Fleetwood’s home games, a measure of the club’s continued success. Lee Williams met up with...

in Football - on 10/4/19

Island-Golf Dave-Edmondson

Q&A with Dave Edmondson

Dave Edmondson - an overthinker with lots of advice

in Golf - on 5/4/19

Island-Golf Mowing-green

Sand dunes and salty air

Established in 1890, The Island Golf Club enjoys a unique setting bordered by sea on three sides. Links Superintendent, Dave Edmondson, has been at the...

in Golf - on 5/4/19

Accurate And Timely Application Will Be More Important Than  Ever 2

Future of Fungicides

The availability of turf fungicides and the way that we use them is changing rapidly. Syngenta Turf Technical Manager, Glenn Kirby, reviews how the situation...

in Chemicals & Fertilisers - on 3/4/19


Pre-season rolling advice

By the time you read this, some of you may have already started your pre-season rolling. I have completed four passes to date, but many may not have even...

in Cricket - on 29/3/19

Frank Newberry landscape

Dolphins and Sharks

In this, the first of a two-part article, Communication Skills Trainer Frank Newberry reports on the perils of giving people feedback on their performance...

in Consultancy - on 27/3/19

Oud-Heverlee-Leuven Oliver-Makin-2

Q&A with Oliver Makin

Oliver Makin - finding a wife, chilli con carne and all things Europe

in Football - on 25/3/19

Oud-Heverlee-Leuven Pitch-blue-sky-2

Oli gunning for success!

Oud-Heverlee Leuven is a Belgian football club from the city of Leuven, to the east of Brussels. Their home ground is the King Power at Den Dreef Stadium,...

in Football - on 25/3/19


A brief history ...

In part one of a two part article, Maxwell Amenity Technical Manager John Handley provides a brief history and analysis of the current situation surrounding...

in Chemicals & Fertilisers - on 22/3/19


A Place in history ...

Cricket has been played ‘in the back garden’ of one of England’s foremost stately homes for nearly 300 years. Neville Johnson paid a mid-winter...

in Cricket - on 18/3/19

Warm-Ups Damage

Warm-ups regulations

They cause a great deal of damage to the playing surface, and the problem needs to be addressed. Do the regulations require amending? Do we need more precise...

in Industry News - on 15/3/19