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12/June/19 - Brian Jarrard's funeral is on 17th June, 10:30am at St John's Church in Winsford CW7 2LH.
21/May/19 - I'm sorry to inform you that Brian Jarrard has died of a heart attack. Brian was CAG secretary from 2009 to 2016. The following is a reaction from CAG Chair Richard Cragg -
Brian was a lovely, warmhearted man with a friendly, beaming smile.
He was a knowledgeable, long-serving and dedicated groundsman who skilfully transformed Tattenhall's square into a set of first- rate tracks worthy of recent Cheshire county cricket on the ground.
His small groundsman's shed was immaculately neat and well organised; it stood as a symbol of his precision and care as a true cricketing groundsman.
He will be sorely missed by many.
21/May/19 - Click here to read about Wetting Agents
17/May/19 - Click Here to read a report of angry groundsmen from Turf Matters
10/May/19 - Click here to see the May Newsletter - contact me, Dave Twiney, if you are interested in the Autumn Renovation course.
24/Apr/19 - Click here to see an advert for a Chafer Beetle trap from Pitchcare - tried and approved by Pat at Oakmere CC
15/Jan/19 - Click here for information on getting your outfield looked at - subsidised by the Cheshire Cricket Board
30/July/18 - We have pitch marks ! Choose Information then Pitch Marks
29/June/12 - With the latest restrictions on spraying, CAG can now offer a spraying service by PA1 and PA6 qualified personnel. If your square needs spraying for worms or selective weed killing then CAG now offers this service. The cost is £50 plus travel and can be arranged either through Nick James mobile 07808 723110 or Paul Agar mobile 07801 300614.
4/Aug/11 - Click here to hear an interview with Nick James - talking about groundsmanship and the CAG