copy of GAA to make multi million euro increase in Club grants


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GAA Clubs are Lee Chin goal set to hit the jackpot through a massive increase in the millions of euro being made available by Croke Park towards the development of club pitches and club facilities.ee

Uachtarán CLG John Horan has told the latest edition of the GAA Club Newsletter of plans to double the payments being made annually to clubs from €2m to €4m over the next four years.

This will mean that more clubs than ever before will be able to receive financial assistance towards the redevelopment of their pitches, clubhouses and club facilities.

In the last six years there has been more than €12m made available specifically for club redevelopments all across the country through payments from the National Finance Management Committee.

In 2017 there was €2.1m made available and this year Uachtarán Horan has said there will be an increase up to €2.5m.

GAA Clubs are Lee Chin goal  set to hit the jackpot through a massive increase in the millions of euro being made available by Croke Park towards the development of club pitches and club facilities.ee

Uachtarán CLG John Horan has told the latest edition of the GAA Club Newsletter of plans to double the payments being made annually to clubs from €2m to €4m over the next four years.

This will mean that more clubs than ever before will be able to receive financial assistance towards the redevelopment of their pitches, clubhouses and club facilities.

In the last six years there has been more than €12m made available specifically for club redevelopments all across the country through payments from the National Finance Management Committee.

In 2017 there was €2.1m made available and this year Uachtarán Horan has said there will be an increase up to €2.5m.