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around the perimeter of the pitch, with Hunter I80s in the middle. Scott tells me this will give him extra flexibility in terms of being able to water under the lighting rigs due to the trajectory adjustment, enabling him to be more accurate. This, he believes, will help the team maintain the pitch to an even higher standard. They now also have undersoil heating and the addition of six SGL MU360 lighting rigs, two SGL MU50s and an SGL IQ55, which they bought this year after successful trials.


Scott uses Mallinson’s for his end of season renovation work. “We only use a contractor for the initial part of renovations. They strip the pitch off with a spiral rake and topdress for us. The reason they do the topdressing is due to the bulk of sand. I have toyed with us putting the sand down, but it makes sense for them to do it as they are in and out within two to three days. After


they have applied the topdressing, we do everything else; working in the topdressing, the verti-draining, procoring, ameliorating any nutrients and correctives we are putting down and overseeding.”


Whilst at the ground, I noticed a lot of building work taking place and work being carried out around the pitch. I asked Scott if this had affected his preparations for the new season ahead. “Yes, it’s provided something of a challenge to get the pitch renovated and ready for the season. Access is quite difficult; my staff are having to wear hard hats and hi-vis vests to move around the site. It’s not been easy thus far, and I don’t anticipate it getting any easier before the season starts. We are currently having artificial surfaces installed; one side of the pitch will have a rubber crumb infill where the players will warm up, with a non-fill on the other side. We have moved all of the


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