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Morton groundsman's prized Cappielow pitch secures another award
Greenock Morton's Cappielow pitch has won yet another award – thanks to the tender loving care of groundsman Mark Farrell.
Worcester Warriors to switch to artificial pitch for 2016-17 season
Worcester Warriors plan to become the third Premiership team to play on an artificial pitch.
Hampden to get new pitch for Scottish Cup semi-finals
Hampden Park is to have a new pitch laid on Monday free of charge in time for next weekend's Scottish Cup semi-finals.
Business of Tennis Forum 27 April 2016
The TiA are hosting The Business of Tennis Forum at The Queen's Club, West Kensington, London W14 9EQ from 13.00 - 18.00 (27 April), includes lunch from 12 noon plus A FREE grounds maintenance dem
Nordic countries to make joint bid for Euro 2024, 2028
The Nordic countries will make a joint bid to host the European Championship in 2024 and 2028, with matches in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland plus events in the Faroe Islands and Iceland, they
Welsh government launches comprehensive sports facilities blueprint
The Welsh government and quango Sport Wales have published their vision for improving the inclusivity and sustainability of sporting facilities throughout the nation.
Andrew Flintoff: New PCA president keen to help young cricketers
Ex-England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff believes he can help young cricketers with the mental side of the game, in his new role as president of the Professional Cricketers' Association.
International contests provide boost for Glamorgan finances
Hosting England versus Australia matches helped Glamorgan to record a profit for 2015, thanks to a surplus of £1.36 million, according to the club's annual financial report.
Manchester consults on future of parks
Residents of Manchester are being surveyed on what they want for the city's parks over the next five to ten years, as the city council finalises its Parks Strategy.