Issue Number 88 (Page 1)


Keeping a lid on turfcare

Durham University ’s scale of participation in sport demands a highly regimented grounds team. Greg Rhodes met up with Paul Derrick, the facility’s...

in Cricket - on 15/2/20


Q&A with Danny Millar

Danny Millar - he wishes he was a joker

in Golf - on 5/2/20


Rudding Park marvellous

Less than three miles from Harrogate in North Yorkshire, Rudding Park Golf Club was originally part of the Forest of Knaresborough and still retains some...

in Golf - on 5/2/20


Q&A with Sean Woodley

Sean Woodley - cat fearing magician

in Football - on 3/2/20


Wycombe Wanderers FC

EFL League One side Wycombe Wanderers are currently exceeding all expectations sitting top of the division, with hopes of promotion to the dizzy heights...

in Football - on 3/2/20


Q&A with Matt Booth

Matt Booth - manners don’t cost anything, especially when you’re naked in hotel corridors

in Golf - on 29/1/20


Wakefield Golf Club

Wakefield Golf Club is an undulating parkland course in West Yorkshire. It comprises two loops of nine holes, both of which start and finish at the clubhouse....

in Golf - on 29/1/20


Q&A with Dale Stephen

Dale Stephen - I think he likes Tom Hanks!

in Football - on 27/1/20


Inverness CTFC feature

Inverness Caledonian Thistle Football Club began life in 1994 and came to prominence, or perhaps notoriety, when the still considered minnows took on the...

in Football - on 27/1/20

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King's Ely keeping busy

King’s Ely sits in the shadows of the city’s splendid cathedral and its location and history demands high standards are maintained at all times. Blair...

in Cricket - on 24/1/20


Q&A with James Hutchison

James Hutchison - can someone explain what shinty is please?

in Golf - on 17/1/20


Castle Stuart Golf hopes

As Turnberry is to Ayrshire and Gleneagles is to Perthshire, Castle Stuart Golf Links has been conceived to be for the Highlands, a stunning championship...

in Golf - on 17/1/20


Oxford United FC

At the time of writing, Oxford United lie seventh in the League One table, with ambitions of gaining promotion to the Championship. The club recently moved...

in Football - on 15/1/20


Transforming Performance

In Part 1, Trainer and Conference Speaker Frank Newberry asked if you were a one-dimensional person at work; alone in your own comfort zone - or whether...

in Consultancy - on 13/1/20


Keynote at Wentworth

In his own words, Kenny Mackay ‘got lucky’, but it could only be through hard work and determination. He spoke to Kerry Haywood about his career path...

in Golf - on 10/1/20


Don’t suffer in silence

Some of you may have read editor Kerry Haywood’s book review of Ian Darler’s Life’s a Pitch in the last issue. It’s in Chapter 11: Life Changing...

in Football - on 3/1/20

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Green green grass of home

A popular Warwickshire equestrian sports venue has been revitalised by enthusiastic young teams using modern techniques to make the most of its natural...

in Equestrian - on 30/12/19


Guidance to flooding

Floods can have a devastating impact on a cricket club, causing damage to both pavilions and grounds. The ECB provides advice and support for affected...

in Cricket - on 22/12/19