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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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Pitchcare Maintenance Diary - January

7 January 2016 by Editor

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

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Pitch Perfect For RWC 2015

15 October 2015 by Bonar Yarns

With the 2015 Rugby World Cup pool stage drawing to a close at the weekend, we look at how the 13 different pitches on display measure up against each other. Bryn Lee is commercial director of Bonar Y...

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Bury Broncos Win Pitch Makeover

1 October 2015 by Tim Groves

The Bury Broncos, based in Whitefield, have won a £3,000 pitch makeover in a competition run by the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) and Briggs & Stratton. The rugby league team formed in 2008 a...

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