Monthly Archives: April 2013

Towers enjoy a perfect night

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The Evening Herald's Niall Scully report arising from Saturday night. Picture from our very own Peter Parker. Mick Byrne's pictures of the match can be viewed here


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Ciarán Carr Foundation Defibrillator Presentation

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A defibrillator presented to the Ciarán Carr Foundation by Heartsafety Solutions will be presented to a worthy local organisation seeking to create awareness surrounding Sudden Adult Death Syndrome and to protect the lives of those engaged with it. 


Resolute Senior hurlers claim championship draw

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Round Tower Senior hurlers had the honour of gracing the Monastery Road playing pitch prior to the Dublin v Galway senior football intercounty challenge to mark the official opening of the new state-of-the-art playing facilities, writes Mick McGlynn. .....

Row in the Cow: Boxer Profiles

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With just over a week to go before the 'Row in the Cow' on Saturday 18th May, we are now beginning to profile those who will take to the ring in the Red Cow. Tickets are available from either club and more information about the event is available


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In league football, the seniors lost to St. Pat’s Donabate, the inters defeated Ballymun Kickhams and the minors defeated St. Annes. Membership is now overdue. Renewal forms available on the club website or in reception in the clubrooms. Any adult players that have failed to pay are not co .....

Under 12 hurlers beat Thomas Davis

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Our venue changed thanks again to our beautiful Irish weather, so it was off to the foot of the Dublin mountains to play against Thomas Davis, writes team mentor Eric Byrne. Our wily foes having played us many a time decided that the fierce wind would be like an extra man in the first half, but t .....

Under 10 camogie blitz as Under 8’s wanted

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Well done to the Round Tower Under 10 Camogie team who hosted a six team blitz Sunday morning on the All Weather surface, writes mentor Colm Kelly.  We had a great turnout of players with 16 girls turning up for Towers and each player definitely played their part.  To .....

Intermediate footballers maintain good start with Ballymun win

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Round Tower’s inter footballers made it two wins from two in the Community Centre last weekend to continue their strong start to the AFL4 campaign, holding off Ballymun Kickhams late surge, this week's Clondalkin Gazette newspaper reports. Niall Connaughton's match pictures can be .....