Less ruts more rucks
13 August 2010
The world of rugby is ever changing with the IRB introducing new laws to help improve the game.These changes are forward thinking actions to maximize the game as a spectacle and make it a more inviting sport for today’s youth. The latest development for consideration is the use of synthetic pitches for competitive matches.
TigerTurf have already gained a positive reputation within the rugby world with installations at many of England’s Premiership training grounds, Twickenham and the WRU head quarters in the Vale hotel Cardiff.
TigerTurf are confident in how their products perform, with systems already in place that surpasses the IRB and FIFA performance standards. The latest developments in synthetic turf have given rise a very natural feeling surface and without the negative effects the bad weather brings this may allow, for a more attractive brand of rugby to played.
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