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 info. Membership is now overdue. Discount on club cards will be cut for those who have not renewed. Renewal forms are available on the club website or in reception in the Clubrooms. In league action the Senior footballers beat Naomh Mearnog, the Junior A team defeated Wanderers, the Junior B team drew away to Erins Isle while the Minor hurlers lost to Castleknock respectively. This week’s numbers were 2 – 19 – 24 – 28 Bonus Ball 30. There was no winner of this week’s Jackpot of €6,500. Congratulations to Dean Alford, Martin Reape. Jnr. and John Ennis, who were the three €100 winners. Match 3 + Bonus Ball N/A. Next Week’s Jackpot €6,600. Come along and join us in celebration as the Senior Ladies Football Championship presentation night on Saturday April 14th in the Round Tower GAA Clubrooms for what promises to be a great night!. A three course sit-down meal and music by FitzaFrenic along with the presentation of medals to the Intermediate Championship winning panel followed by dancing and tickets are priced at just €20. Tickets can be purchased from Ed O’Malley on 0878073391 or Caitriona McGrath on 0879619466 The Lotto committee are looking for your assistance to sell Towers Lotto tickets on a Friday evening for one hour once a month. There will be four teams and each team will be rostered once a month and no more than one hour will be needed. If you are able to help please contact Matt McCormack on 0876836737 or email Penthouse Menswear, Liffey Valley are the latest business to team up with Round Towers! Round Tower GAA Members can now assist their club by shopping in Penthouse Menswear – when making a purchase simply display your Towers Membership card and 10% of the sale will be redistributed to Round Tower GAA Club. Whether it is casual wear or formal suits, look no further than Penthouse Menswear. We would urge all club members to support Penthouse Menswear and help your club while picking up the latest fashions! The club shop is open in the club every Monday night from 7.30-8.30pm. You can call Betty Ward or Catherine Moran direct if you have any particular enquiries on 0876752238 or 0868303207 respectively. Get your general knowledge books out! Round Tower GAA Club’s Under 14 hurlers are holding a table quiz to raise money for their participation in the All-Ireland Féile competition. The quiz is being held in the clubrooms on Thursday April 5th and will test your knowledge on a wide range of topics. This is a team quiz and a table for four will cost €20. Spot prizes can be won on the night and the fun will begin at 8.30pm. All members, supporters and the wider Clondalkin community are invited to attend this event! Further information about the event is available by contacting Alan at 086 0611264. Doing a Spring Clean? Round Tower GAA Club wants to help you out and in doing so you can help the club purchase life-saving equipment. Anyone with old clothes, shoes, bags, belts, sheets, towels or suitcases are asked to donate them to the club. Ripped and torn items are perfectly acceptable and you can donate any goods you have by contacting Carol Cryan at 086 8117646. Money raised through recycling the goods will help the club raise funds to purhcase a defibrillator. Michelle Walsh, Round Tower GAA Club Child Protection Officer, will be contacting all juvenile teams asking their players, mentorsand parents/guardians sign up to the Code and you can contact Michelle bye-mailing Bingo continues this Tuesday. Doors open at 8pm with first call at 8.30pm. Cash prizes. A line is €10, full house €20. Books €10 for eleven games with game six being a rollover. Dean Alford Rúnaí