Monthly Archives: March 2012

Round Tower C Club Notes 2nd April 2012

By | On category Uncategorized

Many thanks to all who helped with the juvenile section GAA-a-thon last Sunday. The Easter camps run from Monday 2nd April in Monastery Road from 10am-2pm Monday-Thursday. €30 per child. Please contact Catherine Moran 086-8303207, Noel Kelly 087-6567942, or Paul Faughnan 087-6613104 for more .....

A Night for Ciaran Pictures

By | On category Uncategorized

A Night for Ciaran proved to be a great success as family, friends and club members turned out for a special night that remembered Ciaran fondly and raised thousands of euro for the Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY Unit) in Tallaght Hospital. Pictures from the night in the club house on March .....

Minor Footballers v Fingallians

By | On category Uncategorized

Our Minor Footballers have enjoyed a succesful start to the season with two wins from two in Division 3. Last Sunday. March 25th, they beat Fingallians 4-13 to 1-3 in the Community Centre. Tommy Keogh was there to capture the action and you can view his pictures here:

Junior Ladies v Stars of Erin

By | On category Uncategorized

It was a comprehensive victory for our Junior Ladies in their league clash with Stars of Erin last Wednesday evening, March 28th. Our ladies ran out 7-22 to 1-4 winners with Tami Sheridan, Sinead Collins, Caitriona McGrath, Jenny Cleary amongst the goalscorers. You can now view Niall Co .....

GAA-A-THON 2012 – photos from Mick Byrne & Tommy Keogh

By | On category Uncategorized

It was a great day for the club as hundreds representing the juvenille section turned out for GAA-A-Thon 2012. Thanks to all who were involved in organising this very succesful event. Mick Byrne & Tommy Keogh were on hand to capture the action and you can view their pictures by clicking here: .....

Inter hurlers v Parnells

By | On category Uncategorized

Our Intermediate Hurlers came out on the losing side in their Division 3 league clash v Parnells last Sunday, March 25th. Towers came out on the losing side of a 0-11 to 4-8 scoreline. Tommy Keogh's pictures of the clash can be viewed here: