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2020 Club Grant Awards

2020 Club Grant Awards

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January 21st, 2020

More than 1.2million was recently paid out to GAA Clubs across Leinster as part of the Associations Club Development Grant programme. The funding programme run by Leinster GAA and Croke Park is providing vital financial assistance to clubs involved in ground development works.

A presentation of cheques was made in ras Laighean last night by Cathaoirleach Comhairle Laighean Jim Bolger and the GAAs National Finance Manager in Croke Park, Kathy Slattery. Mr Bolger complimented the pride and ambition that exists within the GAA Clubs in Leinster who are committed to developing and upgrading their facilities.

Mr Bolger added: To be able to support the hard work and ambition of the volunteers within these clubs is fantastic. The figures we have been able to contribute, alongside Ard Comhairle, have increased by almost 50 since 2016. The performances of our Championships have left us in a position to do this. For this our thank you must go to the supporters, without your passion we would not be able to contribute back to the sections of our association who need it most. The volunteer and the club are hand in hand at the heart of our organisation, supporting them is something I feel passionately about and will endeavour to do so in all future roles.

The GAA has a proud tradition of investing in our Clubs and in supporting their developments where we can. The growth and popularity of our Games places a demand on pitches and facilities. This year the contribution from Ard Comhairle was of 850,000 with Comhairle Laighean contributing a further 447,000. In total 145 Clubs and 9 Schools received grant aid towards development work.

GAA National Finance Manager Kathy Slattery and Jim Bolger Right, Cathoirleach, Comhairle Laighean pictured presenting a cheque for 6,000 to Clonmore GAA Club. Co. Carlow represented by from left, Matthew Cullen, Treasurer and Clive Lambe, Secretary.


GAA National Finance Manager Kathy Slattery and Jim Bolger Right, Cathoirleach, Comhairle Laighean pictured presenting a cheque for 31,200 to Glyde Rangers GAA Club. Co. Louth represented by Anthony Nulty, Chairman.

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