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The unsung heroes of county cricket
The annual pre-season meeting and conference of the groundsmen and the ECB’s Pitches Group has taken place at St Georges Park.
Lord’s becomes first British cricket ground to totally run on renewable energy
Lord’s Cricket Ground has become the first purpose-built cricket stadium in Britain to run on 100 per cent renewable energy.
Real Madrid's new stadium will be 'a Colosseum' says architect...
Redevelopment of the Santiago Bernabeu stadium, the iconic home of Spanish football club Real Madrid, looks set to begin in the summer.
USW Sport Park Flythrough - University of South Wales
Students starting at the USW Sport Park in 2017 will be the first to train in the University of South Wales' brand-new facilities.
Aberdeen FC officially seeks planning approval for £40m stadium development
Aberdeen Football Club has officially lodge a planning application to build a £40m (US$49.2m, €46.1m) stadium development in the Kingsford areas of the city.
Leeds City Council approves Headingley project, but funding still to be found
Leeds City Council has approved planning officers’ recommendations to go ahead with the redevelopment of Headingley stadium – although funding has to be found to complete the project.
Nominations now open for Amenity Sprayer Operator of the Year 2017
The Amenity Sprayer Operator of the Year 2017 award (ASOY) was recently launched at the Amenity Forum Conference - with the chance for the top operators to win fantastic prizes, including the ultim
SIS Pitches complete World Cup hat-trick
SIS Pitches have sealed a hat-trick for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, after being given the go ahead to install a new SISGrass hybrid pitch at the new Rostov Arena.
Woven technology a hit for GreenFields
It has been an exciting year for GreenFields and its two premium woven products – their hybrid turf system XtraGrass and 3G turf MX TriMension.
LTA and sportscotland pump £15m into indoor court development
Sportscotland and the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) have teamed up to launch a £15m (US$18.5m, €17.8m) project to double the number of covered courts in Scotland.