Groundcare

Sort by:

Author

Date

Country

Category

Pitchcare Maintenance Diary: February

17 February 2017 by Pitchcare.com

This is always the most difficult time of the year for groundsmen; it is quite a challenge to keep pitches playable, especially with freezing weather around. The February forecast appears to be little...

Read more

Pitchcare Maintenance Diary - October

17 October 2016 by Pitchcare.com

For those concerned with maintaining their pitches into the autumn, here's a helpful column from our friends at pitchcare.com: October tends to be a month that can swing either way from prolonged dry ...

Read more

Rugby Groundsmanship Recognised At National Awards

26 September 2016

Rugby has a strong influence amongst the finalists announced for the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) Industry Awards 2016 with Leeds, Wasps, Castelford and the SRU recognised in various categories. ...

Read more

Leeds Groundstaff Break Records For Pitch Renovation

15 August 2016

Whilst the Leeds Rhino team travelled to Hull KR and Featherstone during a 27-day period between home games on 15th July and 12th August, the club's groundstaff worked around the clock on the first ma...

Read more

Details Of Artificial Turf Supplier's Collapse Released

11 August 2016

A Lancashire-based manufacturer of sports surfaces that worked with teams such as Wigan Warriors and Warrington Wolves ceased trading after two of its pitches failed durability tests and were deemed t...

Read more

Warriors To Install Artificial Pitch

9 June 2016 by Tim Groves

Glasgow Warriors look set to be playing on an artificial surface next season as part of a £750,000 upgrade to their Scotstoun home. The Warriors will follow in the footsteps of the likes of Saracens,...

Read more

1 2 3 4 5 6 … |   Next

Follow Us

LinkedIn Twitter RSS Feed

Regular Features

Part Time Rugby Coaches - Ampleforth, York

We are looking for two Rugby Coaches to work in the Sport department from September 2017. The successful applicants should be well qualified, motivated and be willing to coach students from the ages of 13 – 18. Candidates should be RFU Level 2 qualified and possess qualities to develop the playing skills of students of varied ability.

More jobs on people and jobs section.
Employers and candidates can register on www.rugby-jobs.com.