Round Tower GAA Club is bringing together its 2013 Juvenile and Christmas Draws in a concerted effort to support the development and promotion of Gaelic Games amongst children and teenagers within the club and wider Clondalkin community.
We are kindly asking our Members, supporters, friends and the wider community to support this very important fundraiser if they are in a position to do so. Funding raised from it will play a lead role in supporting the club in the employment of a full-time Games Promotion Officer – an exciting and ambitious objective in the club’s recently launched five year strategic plan.

Round Tower GAA Club has taken the decision the sole focus of its annual Christmas fundraising draw will be on the promotion of Gaelic Games amongst young people within the club and wider community and the development of their playing skills.

The Draw
This fundraiser incorporates our 2013 Juvenile and Christmas Draws. It is a unique and very different draw from others. A total 2,000 tickets are being sold and tickets are priced between 1cent and €20. Each ticket has a unique price and buyers are not aware of the cost of the ticket until they open the envelope it is contained within. All tickets – irrespective of pricing – have an equal chance of winning a share of the €4,000 prize fund. Ten fantastic cash prizes on offer are as follows:
• 1st prize: €2,000
• 2nd prizes: 2 x €500
• 3rd prizes: 2 x €250
• 4th prizes: 5 x €100

Tickets are available from:
• All juvenile mentors
• Catherine Moran, Juvenile Chair: 086 8303207
• Noel Kelly, Juvenile Vice Chair, 0876567942
• Kevin Walsh, 086 0772905
• Ed O’Malley, 087 8073391
• Bernie Cronin, 087087 2256104
• Billy O’Connor, 087 2766825
• Frank Cosgrove, 086 3786356
• From behind the bar in the clubhouse

The draw will take place Wednesday 18th December in Round Tower GAA Club.

Catherine Moran, Round Tower GAA Club Juvenile Chair said; “This draw will be of crucial importance in enabling Round Tower GAA Club nurture and develop the immense enthusiasm for Gaelic Games within our club and local schools over the coming year. The success of the Dublin Footballers and our very own Jim Gavin has created great excitement for our national games and children and teenagers are eager to participate. The Games Promotion Officer will engage with Mentors within our club and our local schools to support them in the coaching of Gaelic Games. I encourage our Juvenile Mentors, parents of juvenile’s playing with our Club and people with an interest in supporting young people in Clondalkin to play GAA to support this very important fundraiser.”

Tony Delaney, Club Chairman, stated: “I encourage all our Members who are in a position to support this very important fundraiser to try do so. Our annual Christmas draw is a very important fundraiser on the club calendar and we have decided this year it will combine with our Juvenile draw and this will enable all proceeds to promote Gaelic Games in Clondalkin and develop playing talent within our club, local schools and wider community. Developing children and teenagers interest in Gaelic Games brings fitness and social benefits to the wider community and if people are in a position to support the draw I kindly ask you do so. We are very thankful and appreciative of the ongoing support of our Members and the wider community and appreciate pressures people are under at present.”