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Tower roll out red the carpet for Ciarán Carr Foundation

NEXT Saturday night in Clondalkin, the Ciarán Carr Foundation will present Round Tower's adult footballers, hurlers, camogie and ladies footballers with defibrillators.

The Foundation continues to promote the importance of accessibility to life-saving equipment and awareness of defibrillator use and life-saving CPR within clubs and the community.

The Foundation will also sponsor the club's under-8 footballers and hurlers, and presentations will be made to both teams.

The night will feature music and spot prizes. And it is an occasion that will continue to honour the memory and legacy of the fine young footballer and gentleman. Throw-in 8.30pm.

Admission is free.

All welcome.


COISTE Culturtha Átha Cliath has organised a Table Quiz as Gaeilge to celebrate Seachtain na Gaeilge. It takes place tomorrow at Lucan Sarsfields (8.30pm).

Cost €25 per team

Scór Átha Cliath is now on Facebook.

"If you are on Facebook, search scorathacliath and you will find us," advises Barbara O'Neill.

"If clubs are organising activities for Seachtain na Gaeilge, let us know.

Coiste Cultúrtha is always willing to advertise activities which clubs are organising to promote our language and culture.

They can send us details and we will put them on Facebook.

"We always like to know what is going on in clubs.

"We are reviewing Scór in Dublin at the moment, so if clubs have any views on the issue, please contact us.

"If there is anything we can do to help clubs in relation to the Irish Language, please get in touch," adds Barbara.

Oifigeach na Gaeilge Átha Claith, 086-3782419 or scorathclaith.