Laois GAA have confirmed to their clubs exactly how much money they will receive from the JP McManus donation.
The Limerick business guru announced last month that he would donate €3.2 million to the County Boards which was to be distributed among their clubs.
This works out at €100,000 per county and Laois GAA have revealed that each of the clubs will receive €2,083.
There are 48 affiliated clubs in the O’Moore County and the money will be shared among them.
Niall Handy said: “I wish to confirm that Laois GAA will be making this payment to all our affiliated Clubs in equal proportion.
“This donation of €2,083 per Club will be available for collection from Laois GAA Office from next Monday morning 8 October.
“Please note each Club will be requested to sign for Cheque on collection as requested.”
McManus has been a main sponsor of Limerick GAA for several years and is heavily involved in sport, including horse racing and the upcoming JP McManus Pro-Am at Adare Manor in 2020.
A letter sent to each county board secretary detailed that the €100,000 donation is for the continued development of Gaelic Games in the country and is to be spread equally among clubs in the county.