The Executive Committee of Lusk United A.F.C. are delighted to inform you of the great news of our successful application for funding to the 2021 sports equipment grant of Fingal County Council (Sports Office). Lusk United A.F.C. will receive a payment of €2,000 which will partially support the upgrade works to the fencing at our all-weather training area at Station Road, Lusk. The Executive Committee of Lusk United expressed their gratitude to those involved for making this happen and they look forward to working with all stakeholders,particularly Fingal County Council, in delivering these upgrade works over the months ahead. Once again, it has been a busy month for the Lusk United Youth Council, as they continue to work to foster team spirit in our underage players while they are unable to train and play. This month saw the Easter Hunt. Local children firstly enjoyed painting rocks with an Easter theme, then heading out on Easter Sunday, with no doubt a belly full of chocolate, on a hunt for painted rocks. It is so heartening to see the Youth Council go from strength to strength and strive to provide children in our community with such fun activities. Meanwhile, it is all systems go as we prepare for the return to play. Pitches have been fertilised, reshaped and goalposts moved as we make facilities even better for our players and their long awaited return. If anyone wishes to get involved with our club as a volunteer, we would be delighted! The more the merrier as we #workhard and #havefun at Lusk United, aiming to make a better community for all.