NRL to A-League Sportsfield Changeover in Just Hours

Sportsfield Maintenance

Green Options Sportsfield Maintenance Work

One of Green Options’ Major Sports Stadiums is having a huge weekend this coming Saturday (the 18th February). This sets a standard for stadiums across the world, with different sporting codes using the same oval over the same weekend.

On Saturday, the Manly Sea Eagles and the Sydney Roosters will play off in the Holden Cup and a NRL trial game. On Sunday, the A-League will kick off with the Mariners versing Melbourne Victory.

This is where Green Options’ Sportsfield Maintenance expertise comes into play, over the weekend our team will be present at the stadium ready to change the entire stadium from a NRL stadium to an A-League Stadium in just hours. Our skilled tradesmen will green out the NRL lines, take the rugby league posts down, install the Football Posts, roll and cut the pitch and remark the entire oval ready for the A-League game on Sunday.

This dedication to our sites and our ability to change Sportsfields to suit different sports codes so quickly is what separates Green Options from the rest. We are the experts in Sportsfield Maintenance and multipurpose surfaces, we have the expertise to bring any surface up to a world class standard.

Green Options Featured in Daily Telegraph
Green Options Staff Featured in Daily Telegraph

Images sourced from the Daily Telegraph

This changeover has made it into the newspaper with our Head Groundsman featured in the Daily Telegraph with questions about Green Options’ attitude going into this event. When asked if Green Options was up to the stadium changeover challenge this coming weekend, our response was ‘We see it every day and don’t have any concerns at all’.

We’re extremely proud of our work and we’ll be following these games closely this weekend, we’ll post the game results below, stay tuned. Good luck to all teams playing at Green Options’ venues this weekend.


Full Results

Holden Cup: Roosters – 28 vs Manly – 12

Intrust Super Cup: Sea Eagles – 40 vs Wyong Roos – 16

NRL: Sea Eagles – 24 vs Roosters – 22

A-League: Melbourne Victory – 3 vs Central Coast Mariners – 0