|06-12-2011, 06:55 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Sep 2011
New Wickets - Any advice welcome
I am part of a new club and we have agreed to rent a pitch from the Rugby Club.
The space will be perfect for us, but now we need to start thinking on how we will get a playable wicket and any advice would be welcome
The trouble is that our wicket will have to be on the rugby pitch, so if we put in an artifical wicket professionally and costing £'000's we have to dig it up again at the end of the year
If we go for a grass wicket it wouldn't be ready till late in the season and would not be great to play on.
Would anyone have advice on which way to go?
My 2 cents are lay an artifical one oursleves and dig it up again at the end of the season...and repeat until we get our own home!
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