28 Meath GAA clubs have benefited to the tune of €1,474,000 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 Meath GAA club applicants.
Ballivor: Construction of synthetic pitch €88,500
Carnaross: Clubhouse extension and up grade €94,000
Castletown: Security fence and community walkway €18,500
Clonard: All weather pitch and grass playing pitch €85,500
Cortown: Clubhouse refurbishment and ground development €74,000
Curraha: Install new ball stop nets €6,500
Donaghmore Ashbourne: Pitch resurfacing, pitch development, ball wall and wall stopper €33,000
Drumconrath: Multi purpose fitness room, gymnasium €48,500
Dunsany: Pitch upgrade (drainage, fencing, lighting) €67,500
Gaeil Colmcille: 2 changing rooms/showers/toilets/referee changing room €87,000
Kilbride: Astro pitch €45,500
Kildalkey: Hurling wall, artificial playing surface build €65,000
Killyon: Floodlights, light up walk way and hurling wall €31,000
Kilmessan: Development of new pitch and exciting grounds €94,000
Na Fianna: New All Weather pitch €47,500
Nobber: New Dressing rooms Phase 1 €77,500
Oldcastle: Public walkway/running track €57,500
Rathkenny: Facility improvement €47,500
Ratoath: Multi use games area - Astro Pitch and Ball Wall €77,500
Seneschalstown: Floodlighting €43,000
Simonstown: New juvenile pitch and upgrade training pitch €23,000
Skryne: Specialist mower, walking path, drainage works €27,500
St. Colmcilles: Clubhouse redevelopment €83,000
St. Marys: Dressing rooms, shower, toilets install €63,500
St. Michaels: Phase 2 Deerpark Development €2,000
St. Ultans: Development of Sport and Recreation facilities €38,000
St. Vincents: Goalposts and training equipment €1,000
Wolfe Tones: Kilberry pitch development €47,000