Artificial Rugby Pitch Expertise, born from Real Rugby
What makes the Perfect Artificial Rugby Pitch?
Leading Irish and UK artificial sports surfaces installation experts, McSweeney Sports Surfaces offer artificial and synthetic rugby pitch construction as part of their range. Based in Limerick, home of twice European Champions Munster Rugby, Mike and Marie McSweeney know a thing or two about what makes for quality and enduring artificial sports pitches.
Technical features and standards for a synthetic rugby pitch
The McSweeney approach is like the game of rugby itself, do the simple things well and the result will look beautiful and be effective. Working to IRB and IRFU standards, the artificial rugby pitch surface is laid to meet a 1.3 metres critical fall height. The 65mm pile height as recommended offers player satisfaction and safety for training and playing. The IRB standards for ‘shock pad’ as set out here in there regulation 22 are strictly enforced and observed by McSweeney’s Construction team: http://www.irb.com/mm/document/lawsregs/0/regulation22080611_6080.pdf
Many Rugby Clubs and schools are considering investing in synthetic rugby pitch facilities for many reasons. Principally, training pitches cut up due to overuse in the winter months, and this can affect team performance. Serious clubs and coaches demand consistency from teams and players, and teams and players need consistent training facilities. McSweeney Sports Surfaces based in Limerick, a place often touted as Ireland’s rugby capital, know and understand this. They are one of Ireland and the UKs leading artificial sports pitches installers. Experts in all weather pitch construction for soccer, rugby, GAA and hockey, McSweeney Sports Surfaces adhere to the strictest governing body recommendations for each sporting code, so you know your payers can play and train in the safest possible environment.
Dealing with McSweeney’s will put a smile on the faces of each of the Treasurer, the Coaching Team, and the Safety Officer. The rugby pitch installation is efficient, and the end product is safe and enduring. With specific to rugby requirements and fabrication, players will excel on the very fibres that set McSweeney Sports Surfaces apart – our ‘fibrillated Scrummager’ and the ‘mono-filament Rugger’ materials.
Michael McSweeney set up McSweeney Sports Surfaces over a decade ago. Experts in football playing surfaces, school gym flooring, golf putting surfaces and rugby pitch installations, Michael and Mari McSweeney ensure every sport’s governing body’s recommended standards are fully adhered to. For more information on the McSweeney Sports Surfaces indoor and outdoor surfaces and playground facilities in Ireland and the UK, please contact us at 00 353 61 395786, mcsweeneysportssurfaces.ie or firstname.lastname@example.org