Issue Number 87 (Page 1)


Talent at Colliers Park

A training ground in Wrexham has been transformed into a high-end football hub for the Welsh national squads and grassroots game

in Football - on 13/12/19


SAS Groundcare operations

No, not the Special Forces training ground in the Brecon Beacons, but the 110-acre estate that’s home to the UK headquarters of SAS at Medmenham, near...

in Public Places - on 6/12/19


Q&A with Paul Bielby

Paul Bielby - I’m unsure what he’s got against fluffy puppies

in Cricket - on 4/12/19


Two can play that game

Located in the heart of Scotland, Stirling County is a lively and welcoming cricket club. Founded in 1862, the club can boast a long and successful history...

in Cricket - on 4/12/19

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Three’s company!

The ongoing management of historic estates as thriving communities where people work together to make the most of the land’s assets remains key to their...

in Golf - on 2/12/19

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Machinery training

In their last article Reesink Turfcare spoke about how training is a shared responsibility and becoming a necessity in a fast moving and ever-changing...

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 25/11/19


Q&A with Shane Webb

Shane Webb - with the best advice to date

in People - on 22/11/19


Down Royal Racecourse

It’s no secret the Irish enjoy a flutter or two on the horses, hence why racecourses across Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are thriving...

in Equestrian - on 22/11/19


Q&A with Tom Collings

Tom Collings - he loves Oasis

in Golf - on 20/11/19


Point at Polzeath

Surrounded by beautiful countryside, The Point at Polzeath is only a mile from the Camel Estuary in north Cornwall, with stunning beaches for surfing and...

in Golf - on 20/11/19


Blink and you’ll miss it!

Blink, and you will miss the entrance to Scarborough Cricket Club’s North Marine Road Ground, which is tucked away behind a line of old Victorian terraced...

in Cricket - on 18/11/19


Dressed for the ball

We should always celebrate when grassroots sport takes an upswing. It’s set to do just that in Worcester where an historic, though long-neglected, cricket...

in Cricket - on 15/11/19


Sand in turf management

Over the past decade, no other material has taken on such a prevalent role in the management of sports turf than sand. The material is now incorporated...

in Rugby - on 13/11/19


Transforming Performance

Trainer and Conference Speaker Frank Newberry wonders if you are a one-dimensional person at work. Alone in your own comfort zone - or are you working...

in Training & Education - on 11/11/19


Paul Burgess interview

The career of Paul Burgess started at Blackpool Football Club and now he’s the Director of Grounds and Environment at Real Madrid. In the latest of our...

in Football - on 8/11/19


Q&A with Michael Mann

Michael Mann - he doesn’t like MPs or bad golfers

in Golf - on 6/11/19


Boat of Garten Golf Club

Located at the gateway to the Highlands, Boat of Garten Golf Club is an enchanting place. Flanking the course to the west is the quaint Strathspey Railway,...

in Golf - on 6/11/19


Q&A with Steve Dutton

Steve Dutton - he’s not the son of God, he’s Danny DeVito!

in Rugby - on 4/11/19



The Mobile Rocket Stadium (aka Belle Vue) is the home of Super League rugby league club Wakefield Trinity. One of the original twenty-two clubs that formed...

in Rugby - on 4/11/19


Life’s a Pitch

Ian Darler has won just about every award the groundsperson industry has to offer, managed his stadium through tempestuous and terrific times and dealt...

in Football - on 1/11/19