Louth clubs receive €1.3m in funding from Sports Capital Grants

Dundalk GAA club Clan na Gael plan a second pitch on the Ecco Road with the €107,000 they have received

Dundalk GAA club Clan na Gael plan a second pitch on the Ecco Road with the €107,000 they have received

Louth sports clubs and organisations have received over €1.3 million in funding in Sports Capital Grants.

The largest amount went to Cooley Kickhams GFC, who will received €130,000, while Dundalk GAA club Clan na Gael GFC will receive €107,000.

Louth County Council will receive €100,000 while Dundalk Rugby Club are to get €90,000.

In total €1,300,292 will go to Louth clubs, with local TD Peter Fitzpatrick welcoming the news. He said: “I have worked very closely with many of the clubs involved and I am thrilled that they are receiving much needed funding.”

The full list of those who benefitted is as follows:

  • Albion Rovers Football Club €80,000
  • Ardee Celtic FC €15,000
  • Ardee Rugby Football Club €55,000
  • Boyne AC €9,000
  • Boyne RFC €51,000
  • Clan Na Gael GAA €107,000
  • Co Louth Committee Irish Water Safety €7,000
  • Cooley Kickhams GAA €130,000
  • Cúchulainn Archers €7,000
  • Cuchulainn Gaels €85,000
  • Drogheda Amateur Boxing club €25,000
  • Drogheda Special Olympics Club Ltd €52,000
  • Drogheda Sub Aqua Club €28,000
  • Drogheda Triathlon Club €300
  • Dundalk RFC €90,000
  • Holy Family Boxing Club €65,000
  • Lannleire GFC €30,000
  • Louth County Council €100,000
  • Mac Bride Pitch and Putt Club €4,000
  • Newtown Blues GFC €90,000
  • O’Hanlon Park Boxing Club €25,000
  • Oliver Plunketts GFC €90,000
  • Omeath District Development Company Ltd €15,000
  • Philipstown Centre Limited €500
  • Rock Celtic FC €36,492
  • Shamrocks Football Club €3,000
  • St. Dominics Football Club €30,000
  • St. Kevins GAA €18,000
  • Westerns GFC €52,000

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