The announcement of €80,000 to Cahir Park FC and €22,000 to Cahir Rowing Club in capital sports grants is another welcome boost to the area. Cllr Andy Moloney says that these 2 clubs can now plan the future of many generations to come by providing facilities in the town that will be there for years to come. Cahir Rowing Club have proving in their short existence that they are a very proactive group and have achieved all Ireland success without ever owning a boat. Cahir Park FC have stood the test of time and moved with the needs of the community and their plans for a floodlit all weather pitch will add a new dimension to the area. Moloney says that this is all coming on the back of plans to add new public toilets for next year, renovating the Ha Ha and developments at St Declans Grove and Philip Quinns work in the Inch Field will add to the town immessley. We were up 5 points in Tidy Towns this year and Moloney says the last 12 months have been exciting times with festivals and Fairs and retail grants and is upbeat about 2016.A further €57k to Clonmel rowing show the commitment to water sports in the area and €75k to Clerihan Community field were others to benefit from the recent announcement by Tom Hayes.