The following list includes papers published in local and international journals:
Planning to build a new pitch? Pitchcare Journal, July 2015
Why are there still failures in sports pitch drainage? Pitchcare Journal, 26 April 2013.
Performance Quality Standards. Pitchcare Journal, 20 September 2013.
Appreciation of limitations in the condition of the sub-grade. European Turfgrass Society Conference. Oslo, Norway. May 2012.
Myths in sports pitch drainage. SAPCA Technical meeting. Loughborough, 5 December 2012
Assessing the merits of cambering a winter sports pitch in theUK. European Turfgrass Society Conference. Angers, France, April 2010
Role of water run-off in sports pitch construction. European Turfgrass Society Conference. Pisa, Italy. May 2008
Imminent water restrictions offer new challenges. Pitchcare Journal, July 2006.
Reconstruction of community sports pitches in Lewisham. The Groundsman, November 2006.
Restricting drainage outfall from reconstructed football pitches.Int. Turfgrass Soc. Res. Jnl 10
An economic appraisal of methods to overcome surface drainage problems on the golf course. Int. Turfgrass Soc. Res. Jnl 9
Long-term improvement in drainage and aeration within impermeable golf greens. Int. Turfgrass Soc. Res. Jnl. 7:426-429.
An assessment of current methods for establishing steep cut slopes by establishing vegetation. Proc. Grassld, Soc. sth. Afr. 15:105-109.
Investigation into the need for turfgrass research in southern Africa Proc. Grassld. Soc. sth. Afr. 13:84-88.
Critical area planting in the United States of America, Proc. Grassld. Soc. sth. Afr. 10:85-90.
An appraisal of two qualitative field trials comparing methods of erosion control on earthen slopes (co-author D. Van Zyl). 6th Reg. Conf. for Africa: Soil Mech. and Found. Eng. Durban, South Africa.
Treatments for stabilising steep slopes for grassing. The Civil Engineer in South Africa 3:301-303.
A further investigation into the treatments for adapting difficult slopes for grassing. Proc. Grassld. Soc. sth. Afr. 8:97-100.
The establishment of vegetation in civil engineering work. Proc. Grassld. Soc. sth. Afr. 6:181-194.