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2015 Sports Capital Programme Laois Allocations
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2015 Sports Capital Programme Laois Allocations

Laois clubs, societies and organisations received a total of €968,280 in the 2015 allocation. Well done to all the successful applicants. These funds will add to the already impressive facilities dotted around our county.

Borris in Ossory GAA €12,000
Camross Community Hall €85,000
Camross GAA Club €48,000
Castletown GAA €5,000
Clonaslee Community Development Association Ltd €25,000
Clonin Sportsfield Committee €18,000
Combat Kick Boxing Laois €7,000
Community Hall Vicarstown Ltd €9,000
Courtwood GAA €56,000

Which of these Courtwood players will take to the floor?

Courtwood GAA celebrating success on and off the field.

Crettyard United Soccer Club €96,000
Kilcavan Gaa €63,000
Killeshin Community Centre Committee €35,000

Crettyard United now celebrating their allocation as well. Photo courtesy of the Club.

Crettyard United now celebrating their allocation as well. Photo courtesy of www.facebook.com/crettyard.utd

Laois County Council €102,000
Laois Cycling & Touring Club €10,000
Laois Kayak and Canoe Club €8,000

Laois Canoe and Kayaking club making waves

Laois Canoe and Kayaking Club also got a grant.

Laois Lions Wheelchair Rugby Club €24,000
Laois Sports Partnership Ltd €4,000
Mountmellick Community Sports Complex Ltd €10,000
Mountmellick United FC €52,000
Oughaval Athletic Club €20,000
Piranha Swim Club €7,000
Portarlington Community Centre Ltd €6,000
Portarlington Golf Club €8,000
Portarlington Lawn Tennis Club €8,000
Portlaoise Active Retirement €3,000
Portlaoise Amateur Boxing Club €37,280

European Games 75 kg Gold Medallist Michael O' Reilly. Photo courtesy of www.rte.ie

The grant will help the next Michael O’ Reilly emerge. Photo courtesy of www.rte.ie

Rathdowney GAA €63,000
St Aengus Football Club €4,000
St Fintans GAA Club Mountrath €18,000
Stradbally GAA Club €80,000
Timahoe GAA Club €40,000
Woodenbridge Paddlers Association €5,000