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Briggs & Stratton - Pitch To Win Competition

Briggs & Stratton's Ian Small with the winners of this year's Pitch To WIn competition South Newton & Wishford FC.

Previously the manufacturer focused its search on finding the football pitch in most need of a makeover. This year however it is opening the field to include rugby and cricket pitches too.

Clubs from the three sports will battle it out in each category to be in with a chance of winning a £3,000 pitch makeover. Then an overall winner will be chosen to receive an additional £1,000 towards their renovation. Those clubs who come second will receive £500, while third placed clubs will get £250 for their club kitty. All nine winning teams will receive a new kit and pitch side sponsorship.

The increased prize fund is not the only change for Pitch to Win. For the 2014/2015 search, Briggs & Stratton has joined forces with the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) in a bid to help improve the quality of turf pitches at a grassroots level. The IOG will help judge the pitches to choose the team most in need of help and will provide the winners with expert advice and a technical evaluation report on how best to maintain their pitch in the future.

Pitch to Win is open to all amateur football, rugby league or cricket teams in Britain with an under 18s team, both boys and girls. To enter simply visit complete the entry form and submit some photos. More information can be found on the competition’s Twitter page @pitch_towin.

Teams have until 31 March 2015 to enter.

Why not enter - what have you got to lose !