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“Mayo clubs should apply now for sports capital funding,” said Fine Gael Mayo TD, John O’Mahony. Deputy O’Mahony was speaking after confirmation from the Minister for Sport, Michael Ring, that an extra €40 million has been secured for Sports Capital Programme in 2015.
Galway clubs should apply now for Sports Capital funding, according to Fine Gael Galway West TD, Sean Kyne who was speaking after confirmation from the Minister for Sport, Michael Ring TD, that an extra €40 million has been secured for Sports Capital Programme in 2015.
Labour TD Willie Penrose is welcoming the announcement of a €58,000 grant for a skatepark in Mullingar. The grant is part of a €3million fund from the Department of Sport for local recreation facilities around the country.
If City Hall is serious about supporting sporting organisations in Galway, it will start creating plans with such groups to access new funds that will become available next year.
The members of the Claremorris electoral area committee have given their full backing to a planning application from Davitts GAA club to upgrade its existing facilities including the construction of new serviced dressing rooms and septic tank facilities at Castlemagarret Park New, Ballindine, despite the application being listed to be refused permission by Mayo County Council. The June meeting of the committee was told by John McMyler, senior executive planner for Mayo County Council, that the development was listed for refusal because the development was on a national primary road and the junction onto the N17 was deemed unsafe.
Skilled tradesmen associated with sports clubs should be let carry out maintenance work for their club and that work count towards the portion of funds clubs are expected to raise for any renovations.