Declan Curtin, Commercial Development and Alan Milton, Round Tower GAA Club

Round Tower GAA Club and SIAC are delighted to announce a three year sponsorship arrangement

The deal will see SIAC Construction become premier juvenile sponsors of the club and four teams – across both the football and hurling sections - will carry the distinctive SIAC Construction logo on their playing jerseys for the next three seasons.

The club and SIAC have been neighbours in the Clondalkin area since the mid-1980s when ‘Towers purchased their current playing pitch on Monastery Road adjacent to SIAC’s headquarters.

Today’s announcement is an extension of the positive relations and goodwill that have been generated between the two bodies in the period since.

Round Tower GAA Club Chairman, Mr Paul Curran, welcomed confirmation of the support of a locally based business that is held in such regard across the country and further afield.

He said: “As a club we are delighted to announce that SIAC will be supporting our juvenile section over the course of the next 36 months.

“Fundraising initiatives such as this are vital to ensure the ongoing promotion of Gaelic Games in the Clondalkin area and we would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank all in SIAC who have made this arrangement possible.

“Vital sponsorships like this – from whatever source – are always welcome. However, when it happens to involve a locally based company with a distinguished reputation like SIAC’s, it is an added bonus.

“Relations between ourselves and our near neighbours have never been anything but cordial and we would hope that this development can be the next step in what should be a long and fruitful relationship in the years ahead.”


For more information contact Alan Milton (Round Tower GAA Club Vice-Chairman) on 087 9299488.

Background information on SIAC Construction: Founded in 1913 SIAC Construction is one of Ireland’s largest contractors with a turnover of €276m in 2006. The company has been involved in a variety of high profile infra-structural projects of national significance such as road-building on the M1 and M4 and the construction of the landmark Boyne Bridge near Drogheda, to mention but a few. The company is also working on the current M50 upgrade, which on its completion, should have a massive positive knock on effect for the Clondalkin area.

Background information on Round Tower GAA Club: Round Tower GAA Club is the oldest GAA club in Dublin and amongst the oldest in the country. The largest voluntary body in the Clondalkin area has played a central role in life in the area since its inception in 1884 and fields in excess of 40 teams in football, hurling, ladies football and camogie from nursery level to senior grades. More information on the club is available at

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