Jim Ronayne (born 28 February 1959) is a former Gaelic footballer for Dublin, and Clontarf GAA club.[2]

Ronayne made his debut for the Dublin senior football team in the 1979 Leinster Senior Football Championship final against Offaly.[3] He won an All-Ireland Senior Football Championship medal in 1983 when a twelve-man Dublin team, dubbed the ‘Twelve Apostles’,[4] defeated Galway in what was a tempestuous affair.[5] In addition he won a total of four Leinster Senior Football Championship medals 1979, 1983, 1984, 1985,[6] and an under 21 Leinster Football Championship medal in 1980.[5] He won a National Football League medal with Dublin in 1987 beating Kerry 1-11 to 0-11 in the final.[5]

During his career, Ronayne played for Dublin in four All-Ireland Senior Football Championship finals,[7] eight Leinster Senior Football Championship Finals, two National Football League Finals, one Under-21 All-Ireland Football Championship Final, one Leinster Minor Football Championship Final and one Dublin Senior Football Championship Final with Clontarf.[8]