• Back Where They All Belong LEADERBOARD

Official Aras Mumhan Website

12th December 2019

Munster GAA in conjunction with Central Council has announced details of the 2019 Development Grant Scheme, which has provided €1,321,934 in funding for Club and School capital development projects across the Province.


List of organisations who will receive Munster GAA Development Grants in 2019


Under the scheme, Clare received €235,117 from 41 applications, Cork received €263,411 from 52 applications, Limerick received €216,824 from 37 applications, Kerry received €272,660 from 59 applications, Tipperary received €292,002 from 63 applications and Waterford received €41,920 from 19 applications. Funding is allocated based on the amount spent and on the category of development.

Munster GAA Chairman Liam Lenihan said “I am delighted to announce the awarding of over €1.3 million in grants supporting development projects in 255 Clubs and 16 Schools throughout Munster. These grants have supported an impressive range of capital development projects, with Clubs investing €11,223,394 in upgrading their facilities. This level of expenditure is testament to the strength of the GAA in the Province and reflects the impressive vision of our Clubs to continually improve facilities for players and supporters alike.”

He added “The grants provided would not be possible without the great support we get from the many thousands of people who attend our games each year. We are very fortunate to have such loyal support in the Province and we are delighted to be able to redistribute income from games to the Clubs and Schools.”

Of the fund available this year, Central Council provided €640,000, with the balance of €681,934 coming from Munster GAA’s own resources.


List of organisations who will receive Munster GAA Development Grants in 2019


2019 Munster GAA Development Grants – Total Amounts by Club Breakdown

CLARE: Bodyke – €7,735.66; Broadford – €700; Clondegad – €2,122.55; Clooney Quin – €18,537.02; Corofin – €2,472.53; Dromindoora NS – €5,000; Éire Óg Inis – €3,436.97; Inagh Kilnamona – €6,517.72; Kilkisheen NS – €5,000; Kilmaley – €20,000; Kilmurry Ibrickane – €8,093.66; Kilmurry NS – €5,000; Lissycasey – €923.52; Meelick – €1,749.71; Naomh Eoin – €1,491.62; Newmarket-on-Fergus – €12,000; O’Callaghans Mills – €20,000; Parteen – €18,572.33; Rineen NS, Miltown – €5,000; Ruan – €5,306.38; Scarriff – €25,306.38; Scoil Na Mainistreach Quinn – €5,000; Shannon Gaels – €1,286.88 ; Sixmilebridge – €23,878.71; St Conaires NS – €5,000; St Josephs Doora Barefield – €3,903.29; Tuamgraney Handball Club – €2,500; Tubber – €7,969.23 and Wolfe Tones Shannon -€10,612.76.

CORK: Aghinagh – €4,301.35; Ballinhassig – €2,915.75; Ballinora – €7,959.57; Ballygarvan – €2,000; Ballyhea – €2,000; Ballymartle – €2,589.94; Bantry Blues – €13,891.42; Bishopstown – €4,456.83; Blackrock – €4,159.17; Blarney – €788.32; Bride Rovers – €7,327.90; Carrigtwohill – €25,306.38; Castlelyons – €40,000; Castletownroche – €700; Charleville – €867.06; Cill Na Marta – €4,228.64; Crosshaven – €7,891.01; Donoughmore – €1,716.30; Dungourney – €1,628; Éire Óg – €2,337.67; Erins Own – €7,671.43; Fermoy – €3,183.83; Glen Rovers – €12,500; Kanturk – €10,133.70; Kilbrittian – €20,000; Kildorrery – €636.77; Killeagh – €5,306.38; Midleton – €21,225.52; Milford – €2,500.69; Mitchelstown – €10,612.76; Muintir Bhaire – €2,190.37; Nemo Rangers – €2,000; Newcestown – €5,993.56; Passage West – €1,275.44; St Finbarrs – €12,500; St Marys – €3,467.83; St Michaels – €2,000; Tracton – €2,500.79 and Valley Rovers – €646.95.

KERRY: Ballydonoghue – €25,628.90; Ballyduff – €14,784.85; Churchill Pearse Brothers – €23,928.10; Cordal – €6,368.93; Cromane – €2,000; Crotta O’Neills – €7,974.22; Currow – €3,247; Daingean Ui Chuis – €3,009.89; Derrynane – €1,348.67; Dr. Crokes – €9,879.13; Finuge – €2,000; Fossa – €2,000; Gaeltacht – €8,200.06; Glenbeigh Glencar – €7,101.33; Glenbeigh Handball Club – €700; Gneeveguilla – €9,750; Kenmare Shamrocks – €22,026.60; Kerins O’Rahillys – €1,872.75; Kilcummin – €24,261.34; Kilgarvan – €12,736.68; Knockanure – €10,612.76; Listowel Emmets – €554.09; Lixnaw – €4,595.33; Miltown Castlemaine – €1,870.39; Moyvane – €10,612.76; Nagle Rice PS – €5,000; Rathmore – €2,000; St Brendans College Killarney – €5,000; St Mary Cahersiveen – €2,047.73; St Marys Asdee – €9,396.65; St Michaels Listowel – €5,000; St Senans – €4,029.97; Tarbert – €7,154 and Waterville – €15,967.54.

LIMERICK: Ahane – €8,321.70; Athea – €4,345.18; Ballybricken Bohermore – €4,289.33; Ballinacurra Gaels – €700; Cappagh – €2,966.20; Cappamore – €14,590.43; Claughaun – €2,444.64; Doon – €700; Doon NS – €3,600; Dromin Athlacca – €25,902.63; Feenagh Kilmeedy – €1,593.07; Granagh Ballingarry – €26,407.67; Killeedy – €6,395.10; Kiloughteen NS – €5,000; Kilmallock – €2,000; Monagea – €1,245.41; Mungret – €36,984; Na Piarsaigh – €15,177.30; Patrickswell – €22,789.44; St Marys Rathkeale – €4,333.72; St Patricks – €13,571.60; St Senans – €700 and Tournafulla – €12,767.

TIPPERARY: Aherlow – €1,631.71; Arravale Rovers – €5,650.40; Boherlahan Dualla – €11,612.74; Borris-Ileigh – €5,539.86; Borrisokane – €2,605.22; Borrisokane CC – €5,000; Cahir – €22,619.40; Cappawhite – €700; Carrick Swan – €22,079.77; Clonmel Óg – €2,000; Clonakenny – €10,188; Clonoulty Rossmore – €4,927.53; Drom & Inch – €6,097.52; Éire Óg Nenagh – €30,000; Fr Sheehys – €2,763.78; Galtee Rovers – €5,306.38; Gortnahoe Glengoole – €11,312.76; Holycross Ballycahill – €26,554.62; Kiladangan – €31,164.63; Kilruane MacDonaghs – €7,959.57; Moycarkey-Borris – €28,647.50; Moyne Templetuohy – €700; Nenagh CC – €5,000; Newport – €700; Newport NS – €5,000; Portroe – €2,833.17; Roscrea – €1,961.56; Sean Treacys – €10,605.12; St Josephs NS Templemore – €2,427.45; St Mary Clonmel – €4,260.07; St Patricks – €2,034.04; Thurles Gaels €4,472.54 and Thurles Sarsfields – €7,646.71.

WATERFORD: Ballyduff Lower – €7,771.94; Ballygunner – €1,579.29; Butlerstown – €1,640; Cappoquin – €2,000; Colligan – €1,991.93; De Le Salle – €3,761.29; Dungarvan – €880.86; Erins Own – €2,000; Lismore – €2,945.47; Rathgormack – €700; SN Baile Mhic Airt, Old Parish – €5,000; St Declans Ardmore – €700; St Marys Sliabh gCua – €1,822.06; St Saviours – €2,000 and Stradbally – €7,126.79.

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