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groundsman

a person employed to maintain a sports ground, park, etc.
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Peter Henry Brittain, 77, of Haygate Road, Wellington, was a retired groundsman for Telford Council, and had worked in the aftermath of the 1983 fire.
Ashley Barratt - Lincoln City's assistant groundsman - posted a string of tweets dating back to 2017.
Barwell was also presented with the awards' marquee accolade of Groundsman of the Year, which represents groundstaff across a variety of sports and industries.
But after meeting with award-winning former Falkirk groundsman Jim Dawson on Tuesday, Rodgers said: "It will hopefully make for a good game then.
Emery said at his press conference: "I read this week in the newspapers in the match against Manchester City I say to the (groundsman) 'Don't put water on the pitch' - it's not true!
London [UK], Sep 15 ( ANI ): The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) has appointed Karl McDermott as the new head groundsman of the Lord's Cricket Ground ahead of the World Cup.
The groundsman's lawyers said he was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2014, having used Roundup and a similar Monsanto product, Ranger Pro, in large quantities while working.
Judges included grass consultant Charlie Morgan, ex Glamorgan Cricket Club groundsman Len Smith and Wales rugby star Dan Lydiate.
Paul Wilson receives his much-deserved Step 7 National Groundsman of the Year Award
Williams has been suspended from his duties at the Cathedral School, in Llandaff, where he is still listed on its website as a groundsman.
He dreamed up former roles as a trainee groundsman at some of sport's biggest venues, including London's Wembley Stadium, Barcelona's Nou Camp and Lord's cricket ground - and his lies did the trick, landing him the job.
GLAMORGAN will wait until the end of the season before confirming arrangements for the appointment of a Head Groundsman to replace Keith Exton at the SSE SWALEC.