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I have been informed that the deadline for the application of the €100 water grant is extended until October 22nd. If anyone is having difficulty applying for the grant please contact my office on (0504) 22022
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Delight to announce the that the following applications were successful in getting funding through the National Sports Grant which was allocated today.

The recipients of this years allocation are as follows;
Tipperary - Total; €1,247,356
Arravale Rovers GAA - €30,000
Ballina GAA Club -- €25,000
Ballinahinch GAA Club - €6,000
Blackcastle Templemore HARPS (aka BT HARPS) €16,000
Boherlahan Dualla Ladies Football - €5,000
Borrisoleigh Gaa Club - €80,000
Cahir Park AFC - €80,000
Cahir Rowing Club - €22,000
Carrick United AFC lTD - €18,000
Cashel R.F.C. €40,000
Castleview Lawn Tennis club - €50,000
Clanwilliam Football Club - €60,000
Clerihan Community Council - €75,000
Clonmel Boxing Club Ltd - €18,000
Clonmel Og Hurling & Football Club - €42,000
Clonmel Rowing Club - €57,000
Clonmel Town Football Club - €30,000
Clonmel Triathlon Club - €10,000
Clonoulty Rossmore GAA Club - €40,000
Donohill Development Council Ltd - €75,000
Galtee Rovers St Pecaun's GAA Club - €60,000
Hillview (Clonmel) Sports Club - €75,000
Lakeside pitch and Putt - €13,000
Littleton Development Association Ltd - €16,000
Lough Derg Sub Aqua Club - €13,000
Moycarkey Borris GAA Club - €80,000
Nenagh Celtic FC - €17,000
Newport Athletic Club - €6,000
Portroe Camogie Club - €2,500
Rearcross Football Club - €14,000
Roscrea Hurling Club - €40,000
St Michaels AFC - €20,000
st nicholas boxing club - €4,000
Templemore Badminton Club Ltd - €16,000
Thurles boxing club - €14,856
Thurles Golf Club Ltd - €35,000
Tipperary County Council - €14,000
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