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I fully maintain eight cricket squares all year round including outfields on two of the grounds.
I also carry out remedial works to install, improve and rectify squares and carry out full end of season renovations.
I started as a volunteer at my local cricket club aged 15 and turned professional in 2008, after 22 years of learning at grass roots level from fellow volunteers and professionals along the way and will never stop learning.
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I say 'sort of' as here in Essex we had our first proper frosts last week but I’m writing this today with the temperature back up to 12c, begins Jamie Foyster's latest groundcare feature for Cricket World.
A common misconception by some cricket groundsmen or volunteers is that once the end of season renovations are carried out, their square is put to bed and that is it until the New Year.
At a lot of grounds end of season renovations are underway although I’m sitting in my office at home typing this watching the rain come down preventing us carrying out renovations today, writes Jamie Foyster.
Time flies when you’re having fun - preparing cricket pitches and grounds is certainly that and Fridays are coming along at an alarming rate with the end of season already in sight for groundcare professional Jamie Foyster.
Well we are halfway through July and the season is three fifths completed already, writes groundcare professional Jamie Foyster. Doesn’t time fly when you’re having fun!
Well we are well into the season now with league games well underway and colts matches all over the place, writes Jamie Foyster in his latest monthly piece for Cricket World.
It's bank holiday weekend Sunday so naturally it has rained today, writes Jamie Foyster in his latest monthly groundcare piece for Cricket World.
Well finally Spring has sprung here in Essex and indeed for pretty much everyone around the UK. Scotland having 21C one day last week when I was basking in 10C wasn’t great though, writes Jamie Foyster.
Jamie Foyster explains why March is an important month for your club's cricket square in the first of a regular series of features designed to help local club volunteers look after their square.