Clondalkin welcome Jim Gavin & All Ireland Champions Dublin

By on September 24, 2013
Round Tower GAA Club are delighted to announce we will welcome Jim Gavin and All Ireland Football Champions Dublin to Clondalkin this Sunday, 29th September. 
The people of Clondalkin and surrounding areas are invited to join club members in welcoming the Jim and the players as they take an open-top bus tour around the village to celebrate their success. This will prove to be a very memorable and special occasion as we will celebrate with our very own Clondalkin man Jim Gavin, the triumphant Dublin manager. 
The parade will begin at 6pm at Castle Shops and will move down Monastery Road, past the Steering Wheel and then turn left up Convent Road before finishing at Round Tower GAA Club. The club invites young and old alike to line the streets of the village to welcome home the All Ireland Football Champions 2013. Wear your jersey and wave your flag! This will prove a very memorable opportunity for children and adults alike and we encourage supporters to line the route and salute the team. The achievement of Jim and the team is magnificent and memories of this parade will live on for many years.
Round Tower Member Function
Following the parade, a function will be held in Round Tower GAA Club strictly for Club Members. Due to severe space restrictions, the club is extremely limited in the numbers it can accommodate. We are now asking Members to register their interest by email for this ticket only event that is for adults only. Please be advised registering does not guarantee a ticket. You will receive an acknowledgement of your mailing and will subsequently be informed if you have been successful in your application to attend the function. You are asked to register your interest by mailing You must register by 5pm Friday, 27th September. 
This event is strictly limited to Members of Round Tower GAA Club. We further advise Members the Sam Maguire will be visiting the club at a later date and this will provide an opportunity for children and adults to be pictured with the cup in the club.
Mick McGlynn,
Round Tower GAA Club PRO