On the final day of our Countdown to the All-Ireland, we’ve brought together a selection of best wishes for Jim, Frank and the Dublin panel. Included in the best wishes are Towers personnel who are at home and abroad, Andy Kettle, Chair of the Dublin County Board,  and Dublin Hurlers. 
 
 
“Very proud to see Jim Gavin lead the Dublin footballers to an Ireland Football Final and I wish Jim and the Dublin footballers the very best this Sunday,” Jim Nolan, Round Tower GAA Club President
 
 
“Clondalkin and the Towers Club are very proud of your achievements Jim, Best wishes to you and the Dubs on Sunday,” Tommy Keogh, Round Tower GAA Club Vice President  
 
 
“I’m delighted to take this opportunity to wish Jim and the Dublin team best wishes. Jim is a proud Clondalkin man who never strayed far from his roots. This is a huge day for him, the players and the backroom team and we’re all behind him and all involved,” Andy Kettle, Dublin County Board Chairman
“I wish Jim and the Dublin team the very best this coming Sunday and hope to see this local hero return to the proud GAA town of Clondalkin with Sam Maguire in tow,” Antoín Ó Dubhslaine, Round Tower GAA Club Cathoirleach 
 
 
“I am very proud to extend best wishes to Jim Gavin and the Dublin team as chair of Round Tower GAA Club Juvenile Section. The children, teenagers and mentors look up to Jim and see him as a role model. It is fantastic to see someone who wore the green and white manage the Dublin team to an All Ireland Football Final. We’ll all be excitedly cheering on the Dubs this weekend and we hope it proves very memorable. Best of luck Jim from all within the Juvenille section of Round Tower GAA Club!” Catherine Moran, Chair Round Tower GAA Club Juvenile Section
 
 
“The staff and pupils of Clonburris National School are very proud of the achievements of Jim, Frank, Seamus and the entire Dublin team and we wish them the very best of luck in the All Ireland Final,” Aideen Ryan, Principal, Clonburris National School
 
“I’d like to wish Jim and all the footballers the very best of luck on Sunday. It’s been a great journey so far – go finish it off now. We’ll all be in cheering you on,” Johnny McCaffery, Dublin Senior Hurler
 
 
“Best of luck to Jim and the Dublin footballers this weekend. You have the backing of the whole county -even the blow ins. Make us proud and achieve great things with an exceptional team,” Ryan O’Dwyer, Dublin Senior Hurler, Kilmacud Crokes
 
 
“Myself and Philip would like to wish Jim, Frank & the team all the best on Sunday. Jim is a true gentleman, who has bent backwards to help us in everyway. Jim has been a super ambassador for Towers over the years, with his success with Dublin 21’s and now his first season with Dublin team. We will be all shouting for a victory on Sunday. The best of luck to you all you should be very proud,” Gemma Carr, Round Tower GAA Club
 
 
 
“To all involved in the Dublin Senior team – in particular Jim Gavin and Frank Roebuck – the very best of luck for the All Ireland final on 22nd September.  I will be up watching from 2.30am New Zealand kicking every ball.  I have no doubt that all the prep will be done and the team will bring Sam home.  Come on you boys in blue!” Fergal Dardis, Dunedin, New Zealand
 
 
“Jim’s natural attacking bias as a forward all his life is clearly coming through in the fantastic open and attacking style of football that this team is playing. I am sure like all of Clondalkin and especially those with a connection to Round Towers I am thrilled for Jim, his family and for Dublin GAA. I am very proud to say that I know Jim and had the pleasure of playing with him on a number of teams. My boys are really impressed that I know the Dublin manager. Sincere best wishes to Jim and the Dubs on Sunday. Unfortunately I will be in a bar in Baltimore watching in a pub rather than sitting in the Hogan Stand. I hope that Jim and all the extended Gavin family enjoy the occasion,” John Jordan, Ontario, California
 
 
 
“It has been a marvellous year already to be on the cusp of a League and Championship double and hopefully Jim and Frankie will round it all off with victory on Sunday. Best of luck lads,” Bernie Cronin, Round Tower GAA Club
 
 
 
“We recall the days the goalposts were in the garden Jim and you played football with Barry, Brían and Fergal. You were you the youngest but they didn’t go easy on you at all – you never gave in and fought like hell and have since you have been a young kid. You have always been a very polite, hard-working and determined person. We’re immensely proud of what you have accomplished and we wish you, Frank and the Dublin footballers the very best this coming Sunday,” Aidan & Mary Dardis, Round Tower GAA Club
 
 
 
“Best of luck to Jim, Frankie and all the lads. Hope you get your just rewards for all the hours of hard work and attention to detail you’ve put in for the last nine months! Win, lose or draw, you’ve done your county proud! Go and get what ye deserve!!!” Paul Casey, ex Dublin Footballer, Lucan Sarsfields
 
 
 
“I would like to wish Jim, his selectors, backroom staff and all the panel the best of luck in the final. Great to see a great friend and team mate leading the troops, looking forward to a great day and Sam returning to his real home!” Niall Cosgrove, Round Tower GAA Club
 
 
 
“As a former Round Tower member I would like to pass on my congratulations and best wished to Jim, Frank, the wider Dublin panel and back room team. I know they will do us proud on Sunday, Is mise le meas, Dáithí Ó Muirí, Cathoirleach, Coiste Na nÓg, Chill Mhantáin
 
 
 
“Wishing Jim, Frank and the panel the very best of luck on Sunday. We are all very proud of your achievements,” Darren Byrne, Round Tower GAA Club
 
 
“Just wanted to wish all the best to Jim and Frankie hope all goes to plan, up the Dubs!, Larzer, Round Tower GAA Club
 
 
“Would like to wish Jim Gavin and the Dublin senior football team the very best of luck in the All Ireland Final – let’s bring it home!!!” Gary Quinlivan, Round Tower GAA Club and Dublin Minor Hurler
 
 
“Hard to believe on Sunday we will get to see a fella who already has given us so much to be proud of as a member of our club lead the Dubs into an All Ireland Final. 95 was special and this will be better. All the best Jim and enjoy – you deserve to. UP THE DUBS,” Pat Cubby Murphy, Round Tower GAA Club
 
 
“Greetings from Australia! I would just like to wish Jimmy Gavin and Frankie Roebuck all the best for the coming weekends All Ireland Final. What an achievement for both Clondalkin and Clonburris men. I’m very proud to say I have played with Jim in my first year at senior level for the club and he made the transition very easy. As for Frankie, he handed me one of my first Gaelic footballs in Clonburris National School! He has a huge passion for the game and it’s great to see him on the biggest stage of all this Sunday with Jim. Two great Clonburris men and two exemplary Towers men. We’re all so proud of you both, let’s hope the result goes Dublin’s way this Sunday in Croker! COYBIB!” Mark Healy, Sydney, Australia
 
 
“Good Luck to Jim and the lads on the 22nd, look forward to seeing Jim bring Sam back to Clondalkin! From all at St Judes GAA Club, Fergus McNally, PRO St Judes GAA Club