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Weather update: Winning tactics for the late kick-off
After several successive years with an early start to spring, this February’s cold and wet weather conditions across most of the UK had dispelled hopes of early growth.
Michael Brundish wins Suffolk Groundsman of the Year for the fourth time
Old Newton United FC’s Michael Brundish has been named [Ransomes-sponsored] Suffolk Groundsman of the Year, for the fourth time, following the Suffolk FA competition judges’ decision late last week
Non-League goalkeeper Charlie Searle becomes club groundsman at Salisbury
SALISBURY's Charlie Searle has taken on a new role with the Evo-Stik South West promotion chasers.
Sport Wales looks to ‘diversify community sport’ with new appointment
Sport Wales has created a new role – head of partnership development – to lead a new approach to ensure community sport becomes “more diverse, enjoyable and accessible”.
European Turfgrass Society Conference Manchester, 2-4 July
The European Turfgrass Society (ETS) is pleased to welcome ETS members and other turfgrass specialists to its sixth, international, bi-annual ETS Conference, which will be held at the Renaissance M
Liverpool FC welcomes IOG's Schools into Stadia visitors to Anfield
Members of the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) Young Board of Directors recently joined members of Liverpool FC’s grounds team in encouraging youngsters to ‘Get into Grounds’ at Anfield Stadium.
Members of the IOG receive discount at 7th Annual BASIS Conference
The British Association for Sustainable Sport (BASIS) is offering IOG members a 20 per cent discount for entry to its seventh, annual Sustainable
Leicester City to build £80m training ground near Loughborough
Leicester City Football Club (LCFC) has revealed plans to build a £80m training ground near Loughborough, Leicestershire.
Cricket Workshop at Durham CCC
Durham Cricket Board Groundstaff Association (DCBGA) is hosting a pre-season cricket preparation workshop at Durham County Cricket Club from 6-8pm on 28 March.
Open venues at risk of disappearing, says Climate Coalition report
Open Championship venues such as St Andrews and Royal Troon could be under water by the end of the century if sea levels rise even slightly as a result of climate change, according to a new report.