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groundsman

a person employed to maintain a sports ground, park, etc.
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As part of its continued support for grassroots rugby, PGI Welsh Beef is launching its Groundskeeper of the Year awards.
Following his release he secured groundskeeper work with a conservation charity in Belfast's Poleglass area.
Dan, 56, said: "I actually got Groundskeeper Willie's accent from watching Michael Palin do his Scottish bit in the Monty Python sci– sketch.
It's rare that we get snow as bad as we've had this winter,'' said Nicole McFadyen, head groundskeeper at Camden Yards in Baltimore.
Among the recurring characters in the American animated TV series The Simpsons (Twentieth Century Fox, 1989-present), and among the people in the Actional town of Springfield where this satirical series is set, Willie is the head groundskeeper at the local elementary school (for the TV series in general, see Alberti, 2003; Brown-Logan, 2006; Cantor, 1999; Weinstein, 1998, all of whom also briefly treat the figure of Willie).
We had one supervisor, one technician and one part-time groundskeeper," he recalls.
The groundskeeper was a big, scruffy-looking man with tangles of graying hair pushing out from his baseball cap.
According to court papers, the 55-year-old woman allegedly attacked Seagal's groundskeeper by "forcefully kicking him twice, in the groin, and on his shin, causing a two-inch contusion on his leg" before she threw rocks on Seagal's window, reports The Daily Express.
He worked in the seed and feed business for 50 years, and worked as groundskeeper for the U.
Liang Wenchong, the first Chinese golfer to play the British Open, practiced his swing as a teenager using sticks of firewood and balls his mother brought home from her job as a groundskeeper on China's first modern course.
Groundskeeper Frost has given an absolute masterclass this week in the traditional British art of passing the buck.