Thirty Tipperary sports club and groups share €854,623 in grants

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring has announced almost €26 million in new funding for local sports projects across the country, the first round of sports capital funding in four years.

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring has announced almost €26 million in new funding for local sports projects across the country, the first round of sports capital funding in four years.

Thirty clubs and groups in County Tipperary received €854,623 between them.

The highest grants went to Holycross FC and Portroe GAA Club.

The full list of funding is -

Ballina GAA Club, €56,000

Ballymackey Football Club Ltd., €58,000

Ballyporeen \ Skeheenarinky GAA Field Development Committee, €18,000,

Borrisokane Athletic Club, €5,700

Cappawhite N.S. and Cappawhite Community Council Limited, €25,000

Carrick on Suir Athletic Club, Carrick on Suir Community Games and Sean Kelly Sports Centre, €60,000

Carrick United AFC Limited, €28,000

Cashel Kings Cormacs GAA, €36,923

Cashel Rugby Football Club, €30,000

Castleview Lawn Tennis Club Ltd., €19,000

Clanwilliam Football Club, €28,000

Clonmel Celtic Football Club, €30,000

Clonmel CommercialsG.F.C / St Marys H.C, €28,000

Drangan Community Centre Ltd., €20,000

Galtee Rovers-St. Pecaun’s GAA Club, €30,000

Grangemockler Community Sportsfield, €22,000

Holycross Football Club, €67,000

Kildangan GAA Club, €15,000

KPLAN Community Centre Limited, €20,000

Lahorna Handball Club, €15,000

Newport G.A.A. club, €40,000

Ormond Special Olympics Club, Nenagh, €2,000

Peake Villa Football Club, €15,000

Portroe GAA, €63,000

Rearcross Football Club, €5,000

Riverdale Pitch and Putt club., €15,000

Silvermines GAA Club, €35,000

Thurles Boxing Club, €10,000

Tipperary Town Football Club, €20,000

Upperchurch Drombane GAA Club, €38,000