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SALTEX College Cup Winners to Work at Wembley
The Grounds Management Association (GMA) has announced that the winning students of SALTEX 2016’s new College Cup Competition will be given an opportunity to be volunteer groundsmen for the 2017 FA
Pathology & Soil Science LIVE comes to SALTEX 2016
The Grounds Management Association (GMA) has announced that a new unique feature called Pathology and Science LIVE will be coming to SALTEX 2016, which will be held at the NEC, Birmingham on the 2
Scotland’s £33m Oriam set to open
A £33m (US$43.6m, €38.7m) sporting facility in Scotland is set to open next week (Monday 29 August, 2016) at Heriot-Watt University’s Edinburgh campus.
Elliot Wilson wins the Ransomes Jacobsen Sportsturf Award at Myerscough College
Elliot Wilson is this year’s recipient of the Ransomes Jacobsen-sponsored Higher Education Sportsturf Award after completing a degree in BSc (Hons) Sportsturf Science and Management at Myerscough C
GMA launches new online courses to help managers 'Learn to Lead'
The Grounds Management Association (GMA), the leading membership organisation for everyone involved in the management and maintenance of sports pitches, landscape and amenity facilities in the UK,
LTA launches park courts renovation project following Wimbledon success
Andy Murray won his second Wimbledon title earlier this month during a standout tournament for British competitors / Steve Paston/PA Wire/Press Association Images.
The unseen work of football ground staff, who ensure the grass is always greener
While pitches at Euro 2016 have struggled to cope with unseasonably heavy rain, England’s dreary weather has made Premier League ground staff world experts.
The EU Referendum
A statement by the Grounds Management Association
GMA hosts Scotland-based 3G Pitch Maintenance course
The GMA will be hosting a 3G Pitch Maintenance educational workshop at Hamilton AFC, near Glasgow, Scotland on Tuesday 28 June.
GMA's Pitch Grading Framework will raise playing surface standards '...
A pitch grading framework to benchmark the quality of every playing surface in the UK – complemented by an education framework to help those responsible to continually improve standards – is being