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EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENTS


We can’t use germination covers or frost sheets as the strong winds preclude their use! Careful scheduling is especially





necessary when spraying! This presents limited


Twenty20 cricket under floodlights opportunities to spray well


facility, maintained in house, but serviced at regular intervals by Carrick Sports. These are controlled by computer or mobile phone app. “Very handy if a teacher strays on to a pitch without permission!” jokes Ben. Another, and most impressive addition, are the huge lighting rigs. These floodlights (they tell me there are 101 stanchions!) incorporate state of the art LED technology. This makes HD filming possible as light levels are infinitely adjustable ensuring optimum light at all times. “We use standard cricket covers” says Ben, and added “We can’t use germination


covers or frost sheets as the strong winds preclude their use! Careful scheduling is especially necessary when spraying! This presents limited opportunities to spray well.” The winds have caused gazebo and marquee issues from time to time. The water table is quite high at QE and flooding can and does happen from time to time. Shade is not really an issue on such an open facility, but winds can cause excessive dry- out.


There are a number of artificial surfaces in the Sports Village: 3G and rubber crumb for football and rugby; all to FA, FIFA and WRU


accreditations. There are also traditional sand-based and modern water-based hockey pitches; constructed to international standards.


Apart from the pitches, other facilities include six MUGA’s for netball, basketball, tennis and volleyball. There is also a full size, four lane and cushioned, synthetic running track. All are maintained by the team. The pitches, cricket square and other facilities are hired out; particularly during the summer holiday period. Professional football clubs often need a first class facility; “We’ve had well known football clubs ring at the last


TIGHT BUDGETS? SPENDING CUTS? NEED THE EQUIPMENT BUT CAN’T AFFORD IT?...


Verticutting Groomer/ Dethatcher 20” & 25”


£2,100-£2,300 + vat


Greensmower 12-blade 20” & 25”


£2,400-£2,600 + vat


...THINK AGAIN THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME TO CHOOSE


PROTEA


PROFESSIONAL QUALITY, UNBEATABLE VALUE


For further information contact Rivendell Projects TEL: 01949 851420 www.rivendell-projects.co.uk


2-year parts and labour warranty. All spares available next day


Dual drive Greensmower 25” 12-blade £2,700 + vat


Dual drive Teesmower 25” 9-blade £2,700 + vat


Multi-reel


Scarifier-Verticutter Groomer £1,950 + vat


Greensmower 6 or 9-blade 20” & 25”


£2,000-£2,200 + vat


Heavy Duty Mower 8-blade 24”, 30” & 36” £4,600-£6,100 + vat


PC April/May 2019


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