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The Secret Diary Of Keith Kent

26 May 2016 by RFU

For 39 years Keith Kent has kept a diary so detailed it is easy to understand why the Twickenham pitch is in such good nick. Every seed, cut and feed. It’s all logged in the diary. From diseases to ...

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RFU Funds Artificial Pitch At Shelford

5 May 2016 by Tim Groves

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) is investing £750,000 in a new 3G artificial grass pitch at Shelford RFC as part of a legacy project. The club’s members voted unanimously in favour of the plans at a...

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Sixways To Get Artificial Surface

7 April 2016 by Tim Groves

Worcester have announced that they are set to install a new artificial grass pitch at their Sixways home ahead of the 2016/17 season. Saracens were the first Premiership side to make the switch to an ...

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Supplier Approval Process For Artificial Pitches Is "Fundamentally Flawed"

24 February 2016 by Reg Clark, Group CEO of Rhino-Powa Holdings Ltd.

The recent controversy over the possible carcinogenic effects of the ‘rubber crumb’ infill used on most artificial sports pitches has, in my opinion, highlighted some serious structural flaws in t...

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Pitchcare Maintenance Diary - February

24 February 2016 by Pitchcare.com

Pitchcare.com have kindly allowed us to reproduce their advisory article for rugby clubs for February. The first thing to note is that, if your pitch is waterlogged, stay off it; you will do far more...

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Artificial Pitch To Solve Glasgow's Problems?

18 January 2016 by Editor

Glasgow Warriors were last week reported to be optimistic of reaching an agreement with the city council to lay a synthetic pitch at their waterlogged Scotstoun home. The Pro12 club has had to switch ...

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