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groundsman

a person employed to maintain a sports ground, park, etc.
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Groundsman across grassroots football on Merseyside are almost all volunteers, dedicating hours of their time to provide the best pitches possible utilising limited resources.
Paul Wilson receives his much-deserved Step 7 National Groundsman of the Year Award
The youngster worked alongside head groundsman Karl Standley to ensure the pitch was in pristine condition for today's Chelsea v Spurs clash.
CCFC have this week published advertisements on the club website to fill the roles of junior groundsman and part-time Academy coach.
Williams has been suspended from his duties at the Cathedral School, in Llandaff, where he is still listed on its website as a groundsman.
Assistant Robin Saxton, who moved to Wales from Worcestershire two years ago, has been put in charge of groundsman duties for those back-to-back Twenty20 shootouts and prepare the designated pitch for the women's and men's internationals between England and Australia along with Andrew Noyes and Kenny Lawrence.
The Welsh county had already suspended head groundsman Exton ahead of Monday's double-header between England and Australia at Cardiff's Swalec Stadium.
Groundsman Grant Lavery was putting up a fence when he was hit in the leg.
Lord's head groundsman Mick Hunt said: "Maybe he's had a bit too much sun.
He took over duties from his father George in 1975 and was the head groundsman until his retirement in 2006.
FED-UP football groundsman Harry Fairley has hit out at thieves who stole metal fencing worth more than pounds 1,000 from his club for the second time in six weeks.
JURORS in the trial of a Sunderland football club groundsman accused of violence have failed to reach a verdict.