The development works have been completed on the GAA Training Pitch, a direct result of the LipSync fundraiser activities, writes Dara Clarke. The upgrade has brought a face-lift to the area and opened up the training pitch for all to see as they enter Kilcullen, not to mention the benefits to both the Juvenile and Senior teams in the club.
The improvements include dressing rooms with heaters and lights; toilet cubicles with new water and sewer connections; old containers removed, allowing extra parking; the provision of an external drinking water tap; a First Aid station; new signage to dressing rooms; external sensor lighting to the car park and over all doors; and the evergreen trees on the Athy Road end removed with the old gate painted and the stone wall repointed.
There's also new signage to the Scoil Bhride pitch identifying it as our third pitch, and all low-lying branches on trees along the path have been cut back for safety.
Thank you to the local contractors who helped complete the works — Iomar Kelly Groundworks, Elite Electrical, Michael The Signmaker, and MFL Steel.