GAA club split in row over proposed €350,000 gym grant
Successful Roscommon club appealed against rejection of funding after project failed audit process
One of the country’s best known GAA clubs is deeply divided amid a row over a proposed €356,000 state grant.
St Brigid‘s GAA Club won the All Ireland football club title in 2013 and have won seven of the last ten county football finals in Roscommon.
A split has occurred over an application for €356,000 in state funding to pay for the construction of a new gym and meeting room.
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