The Lancashire Ground’s Association
Our aim is to promote the development of cricket ground care and maintenance throughout the County of Lancashire.
The game is unique in that the playing surface requires far more consideration, care and attention to detail than many other sports which is why the role of the ground staff is vital in ensuring a safe and enjoyable environment for all players.
The association provides a link between ground staff throughout village and club cricket right through to the first class arena, sharing best practice from a wide range of knowledgeable sources who work in similar conditions experiencing similar issues.
The association is able to provide:
- Educational courses on ground staff and related courses
- Offer local help, support, advice and guidance
- Access to specialist and bespoke machinery
- Promote cricket ground staff and promote best practice
- Provide access to saving on soils and other materials and supplies
The LGA has two qualified ECB pitch advisers (listed below) to provide support for the development and improvement of playing surfaces across the County. The role of the pitch advisory is:
- Advise on the performance and quality of pitches
- Provide recommendations for improvements that may be required
- Carry out basic or detailed assessments
We would encourage all clubs to make their respective ground staff aware of the association and encourage them to become members, for the benefit of your club.
For more information and any other aspect of the Lancashire Groundsman’s Association please contact the Secretary – Mike Humphreys on email@example.com
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Successful Management of Dual Use Cricket and Football Sites
Adam Cooper. Mob: 07802 973095 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Wells Mob: 07525 774522 E: email@example.com
Sport England – Ground staff
Institute of Ground staff
Essential Guide to Cricket Ground Maintenance