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CRICKET


General maintenance and renovation of the outfield and wickets is detailed by Matt. “We will take the height of cut down to 12mm on the outfield during the season with the Allett Regal 42 inch mowers and the Toro 6700-D seven unit outfield mower. Last year, the outfield was koroed off by Mallinsons in August after the Liam Gallagher concert. They also did a bit of levelling work using 500 tonnes of rootzone. This was then overseeded with Johnsons Pro Nitro Premier Wicket, which we also use on the square and net area, keeping the ryegrass species the same throughout the ground. End of season renovation work on the square we carry out ourselves. We will scarify using the SISIS Rotorake, going in numerous directions and then finishing off in the line of play, then collect all the clippings with the Lloyds Paladin wicket mowers. We then seed with the Blec Uni-seeder in two directions, to get as many holes as we can and topdress with GOSTD Surrey Loam using fifteen, twenty- kilo bags per wicket using a SISIS Truspred.”


“Once a pitch has been used, we will flood it down, hand fork the foot holes and level them, lightly scarify the surface, seed it and apply a light topdressing. We tend to find that we can look at reusing it five or six weeks later, so we can’t put too thick a topdressing on. Normally, because they get so hard, we end up overseeding them two or three weeks in so, by the time they come back into play, we have reasonable grass cover.”


Matt likes to aerate the outfield when he gets the chance during the season. “With so many games - and men, women and the academy players training here now - it’s very rare we get the chance to verti-drain during the season, so we tend to go out with the Toro ProCore when we can. We tend to do most of our deep aeration over the winter period.”


It’s the same when it comes to his fertiliser regime. Matt finds himself working around the players. “It’s very few, and far between. Lately, we have been putting down ICL’s


For the World Cup, the only issue we will have to deal with is the volume of practice. From the 14th June right through till the 12th July there will be training every day


Stand construction 68 PC August/September 2019





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