Round Tower GAA Club Members and the wider Clondalkin community are now invited to club’s annual Night at the Dogs, which will take place Friday 2nd May and this year will see a generous donation made to Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services, Harold’s Cross.
It’s always a great night of sporting entertainment for excellent value and tickets priced at just €10 entail:
· Admission to Harold’s Cross
· Transport to and from the event
· Admission to the club for post-dogs musical entertainment
"We extend an invitation to the wider community to join us for this excellent night of sporting fun," Pat Lawless of Round Tower GAA Club states. "You will enjoy great craic at an important fundraiser for the club that will also see Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services Supported by those who attend. The money raised from the occasion brings benefits from juvenile to senior level for the 40+ teams that are fielded by the club.”
Buses will depart from the club 6.30pm and 7.00pm on Friday and you can also purchase your ticket on the night.
Tickets or a dog can be purchased from the club by contacting the following: Pat Lawless at 087 9860883 or Jimmy Lee at 087 7453478, Dean Alford at 086 1035874, Sally Gilligan at 086 0535178, Ed O’Malley at 087 8073391.