Monthly Archives: March 2016

Under 15’s travel to Cork

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Best of Luck to our under 15 footballers who travel to Cork to represent the club in the Pa O Brien memorial on Saturday 26thMarch. Some of the teams in the tournament are , Ratoath, Douglas, Austin Stacks, Mitchelstown, Sam Maguire, Carrigaline, Clonmore & Kilmacud Crokes. All the best to the l .....

The Kube – Thank you

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Thank you to all who supported The Kube and helped make it the very memorable night that it was. To our sponsors, led by Brian McElroy Funeral Directors who were the title sponsors, thanks for your generosity. Those who turned out helped generate the special atmosphere at the occasion and big thank .....

Best wishes Caroline & Stephen

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On behalf of the Camogie and Ladies Football Sections, and all at Round Tower, we would like to wish Caroline Fallon and Stephen Mahony the very best of luck on their wedding this weekend. We hope you have a fantastic day and we wish you both a lifetime of health and happiness!   .....

Bingo jackpot! Congratulations Carol

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Congratulations to Carol Scott who was the €1,000 winner of our Bingo Jackpot at Tuesday’s Bingo, 15th March. Bingo continues next Tuesday 22nd in the club, with first call 8.30pm. The jackpot this week is €1,000 for a full house if checked within 47 numbers – otherwise €20 for a f .....

Under 13 Camogie Update

By | On category Match Reports
Well done to the U13s who drew yesterday in their second league game to Fingallans Sunday morning. The game finished Fingallians 3-2 to Towers 2-5. Towers lead by 5 points at half time 1-3 to a point, but 2 early goals in the second half put Fingallians back in the lead. But a strong power play... .....

Under 10 Girls Footballers

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Our under 10 girls continued their league campaign at home on Saturday March 13th at the Community Centre. This was the second game of our league campaign at home to our neighbours from Thomas Davis. It was also the girl’s first home game on grass, getting used to the bigger and wider pitches but .....