Prize of £4,000 for the “winner”

icon pitch invader20 November ~ A competition has been launched to find Britain’s worst football, rugby or cricket pitch, with the “winner” receiving a £4,000 prize to improve it. The worst pitch for each sport will receive £3,000, with an extra £1,000 for the worst overall, and entry is open to any amateur clubs with an under-18s team. The competition is run by Briggs & Stratton in conjunction with the Institute of Groundsmanship, which is the professional membership organisation for grounds staff in the UK. To enter all you need to do is complete the entry form and include some photos, videos or anything else that could support your entry.

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