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SGL MU50 lighting rig


and you know yourself what the weather is like around here at the start of October; once it starts raining you just can’t get on them. So, the idea is that, once we have renovated and overseeded the square, we’ll use the lighting rig to encourage quicker grass growth, giving us more time.” Matt has significant concerns about our industry going forward. “For me, we have really struggled with getting young


people involved in the job. There doesn’t seem to be any interest in it at all. The long hours, weekend work and the pay are not particularly great incentives. For instance, for the World Cup we have advertised locally through the college because we have Myerscough who come into the indoor school, and there has been no interest whatsoever from younger people. I don’t know how we encourage more younger people into the industry, but it may be down to the colleges and our industry bodies to try and raise the profile of the job.”


A brief history


Lancashire Cricket Club represents the historic county of Lancashire in cricket’s County Championship. Founded in 1864 as a successor to Manchester Cricket Club, Lancashire have played at Old Trafford since then and, in 1865, played their inaugural first-class match, beating Middlesex at Old Trafford.


Old Trafford is England’s second oldest Test venue and hosted the first Ashes Test in England, in July 1884, and two Cricket World Cup semi-finals. In 1956, the first 10-wicket haul in a single innings was achieved by England bowler Jim Laker who achieved bowling figures of


19 wickets for 90 runs - a bowling record which is still unmatched in Test and first- class cricket. In the 1993 Ashes Test at Old Trafford, leg-spinner Shane Warne bowled Mike Gatting with the “Ball of the Century”.


Extensive redevelopment of the ground to increase capacity and modernise facil- ities began in 2009 in an effort to safe- guard international cricket at the venue. The pitch at Old Trafford has historically been the quickest in England, but will take spin later in the game. It is located about 0.5 miles (800m) from Old Trafford football stadium.


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


Ready for play 70 PC August/September 2019





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