Warrington Wolves has one of the most popular stadiums in the Super League.
Halliwell Jones Stadium offers one of the best game day atmospheres as well as one of the best lawns in the country.
And, to further improve that, the club has undergone field treatment to install a new underground irrigation system that will make the turf even more impressive.
Irrigation, of course, is where controlled amounts of water are added to the land to primarily help produce crops, but it is also used to grow landscape plants and lawns.
For Warrington, 2022 is part of a rebuild following the departure of former head coach Steve Price.
With Daryl Powell entering, people like Greg Minikin, Peter Mata’utia and Oliver Holmes were all signed while those like Jake Mamo and Tom Lineham left for new pastures.
Work is progressing well for the installation of a new underground irrigation system for the sacred grass HJ 🍃
Many thanks to MD Tool Hire 👏 pic.twitter.com/2dDafwk23v
– Wolves of Warrington (@WarringtonRLFC) October 13, 2021