24 Cavan GAA clubs have benefited to the tune of €737,300 from the Government Sports Capital Grants.
A total of €56m will be distributed to clubs and authorities around the country in the latest round of sports capital grants, it was confirmed this morning.
The programme is the primary means of providing Government funding for capital projects to sport and community organisations at local, regional and national level.
The 2017 round for applications closed in February with a record number of 2,320 received.
Here is the list of successful Cavan GAA club applicants.
Bailieborough Shamrocks: GAA Refurbish sport hall, gym and disability access, €28,500
Ballyhaise: GAA Floodlight Upgrade Phase 2, €12,000
Belturbet: Install natural grass surface with walking track, €67,500
Cootehill: GAA club (& community) new training facility, €57,000
Corlough: Upgrade pitch surface facilities and training area, €13,000
Cornafean: Upgrade walking track and install lights, €8,500
Crosserlough: Redevelopment of main pitch with walking track, €41,500
Cuchulainns: 400m tarmac athletics track and training field, €55,000
Cavan Gaels: Walking/Running track at Terry Coyle Park, €12,000
Denn: Dressing Rooms and Gym, €22,000
Drumgoon: Boyle Park Sports Hall Completion, €9,000
Drung: New dressing rooms, shower and toilet facilities, €55,000
Kill Shamrocks: Develop of new playing pitch, €29,000
Killinkere: Additional changing room application, €41,000
Knockbride: Main pitch upgrade, €30,000
Lavey: Refurbishments and track construction at Lavey GAA, €18,000
Gowna: Upgrading of playing pitch, €21,000
Mullahoran: Redevelopment of main playing pitch surface, €36,000
Munterconnacht: Enhancements to existing club facilities, €1,300
Ramor United: Upgrade of lights, playing surface, drainage and gym, €33,500
Redhills: Redevelopment of main playing pitch, €35,000
Swanlinbar: St Marys GFC Swanlinbar, €40,500
Shercock: Dressing rooms and gym development, €41,000
Templeport: Upgrade of club rooms for the wider community, €30,000