This brand new unique cricket ground equipment product, the Cricket Pitch Transformer Module, has been designed as a multifunctional module and can be used as a cover.
It can also be used for the germination of grass seeds and 24/7 pitch drying; which will alleviate some of the issues groundsmen have pre and early season to achieve their goal of hard dry pitches for the start of the season.
It has a patent pending and is already creating interest amongst first class counties, premier league clubs and schools in the UK.
Keith Exton has been involved in turf maintenance from an early age, helping his father out at Buckminster Cricket Club in Leicestershire as a child, where he inherited a lifelong passion for cricket and other sports. Following 3 years studying at Brooksby Agricultural College, he worked for Buckminster Estates and continued in as voluntary Groundsman at Buckminster CC.
In 1992, he was appointed Head Groundsman at Oakham School and whilst at Oakham, he joined the Institute of Groundsmen (IOG) and was able to further develop the knowledge and experience of looking after grass pitches, in particular cricket.
After 16 years at Oakham School, he joined Glamorgan County Cricket Club as Head Groundsman and realised a lifetime ambition of curating an Ashes Test match. During his 7 years at Glamorgan he prepared, grounds for test matches, all formats of international cricket and domestic First Class County Cricket.
In 2015, he relocated back to the Grantham area and set up Perfect Pitches using the knowledge and expertise gained over 40 years in the business to assist sports clubs across the UK.
He has been Head Groundsman at Grantham Cricket Club since October 2015 and is enjoying being part of a local club again.
Perfect Pitches now works with over 40 sports clubs from small village clubs to County Cricket Clubs and Premier League football clubs and continues to deliver a quality service with experience.
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