Cricket Ireland Club Facilities Grant 2019 – now open

November 7th 2019 by Craig Easdown | Other

Cricket Ireland Club Facilities Grant 2019 – now open

Cricket Ireland has invested €150,000 over the last three years in club facilities

Clubs are the hub of our sport and are central to the long-term sustainable development of the game in Ireland. In order to support cricket clubs around Ireland, Cricket Ireland - in partnership with provincial unions -  provides direct investment into club facilities, infrastructure and equipment through the Cricket Ireland Club Facilities Grant scheme.

The Cricket Ireland Club Facilities Grant assists cricket clubs to improve grounds, pavilions and equipment. Over the last three years €150,000 has been invested in clubs through the Club Facilities Grant.

In the last round of grants, 53 cricket clubs from across the four Provincial Unions benefitted, with projects including:

Adamstown: Sightscreens and flat sheets
Knockharley: Bowling machine and flat sheet
Laois: General groundworks and laying of new mat
Ardmore: Extension of sightscreens and purchase of germination sheets
Brigade: New PVC windows for clubhouse
Sion Mills: Artificial pitch
Derriaghy: Flat sheets and boundary rope
Donaghcloney Mill: Batting cage, flat sheets, coconut mat, germination sheets and netting
Instonians: Mobile dome cover tops and heavy duty germination sheets
Co Kerry: Toilets/showers and ground fencing
Limerick: Mower, roller, scoreboard and ground improvements
Co Galway: Clubhouse renewal

The 2019 application process is now open, with applications closing 6 December 2019.

Read more about the programme and the application process here.

 

 


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