Planning permission has been approved for the development of new training grounds in Co. Monaghan after a sinkhole appeared there last year.
The clubhouse and pitches of Magheracloone Mitchells GAA club were closed following subsidence caused by a flooded mine.
Neighbouring houses were also affected, roads were closed and a school was evacuated.
In a statement issued after the sinkholes emerged last September, Gyproc said pillars in the mine had collapsed after water had been transported and stored in a section that had not previously been used for water storage.
The club used neighbouring club grounds for training, and a GoFundMe campaign raised more than €10,000 to replace training equipment.
Monaghan County Council has approved the development of two training pitches with flood-lighting and ball stops, a prefabricated dressing room and car parking.