Over one million euro allocated to Donegal sporting organisations

sport_imageJust over a million euro is coming to Donegal through the government's Capital Sports allocation programme.

The biggest allocation is to Castlefin Celtic Football Club which receives 100 thousand euro while Drumkeen United gets 90 thousand euro.

Other beneficiaries include the Sheephaven Sub Aqua Club, the Lifford and Rosses Athletic Clubs Mountcharles Rowing Club and the St. Johnston Cricket Club.

Cloughaneely, Killybegs, Kilcar and Ardara GAA cubs also receive an allocation.

Some of the larger allocations break down as follows:

Castlefin Celtic Football Club                                                             €100,000

Drumkeen United F.C.                                                                        €90,000

Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Cill Charthaigh                                      €90,000

Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Ard an Rátha                                         €75,000

Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Na Cealla Beaga                                    €40,000

Sheephaven Sub Aqua Club                                                             €25,000

Cumann na gCurrach- Cloich Chionnaola                                   €12,000

Lifford Athletic Club                                                                         €50,000

Mountcharles Rowing Club                                                            €24,000

Rosses Athletic Club                                                                         €4,000

St. Johnston Cricket Club                                                              €24,000

There were a total of 96 applications from County Donegal. The reasons for unsuccessful applications will be conveyed to the Clubs within the next few days which should assist with future applications.