EVENT: Legends vs Present Day

WOW! This is going to be a great day for all the family. Come an watch the legends from ARP’s past take on the present team.

The clubhouse will be open for refreshments and we will be having prizes on the day.

Adults €5

All proceeds going to Arklow Cancer Support

Hope to see you there!

FIXTURES – October 2018

As our season draws to a close we have some very exciting matches coming up.  All these teams deserve your support so fly the Rocks colours when you and where you can!


Saturday 6th October 2018
Under 11 Hurling Finals Divsion 1
2.00pm Ballinakill
Pitch 1 A Carnew Emmets V St Patricks Blue (Referee: TBC)
Pitch 1 B ARP V Kilcoole (Referee: TBC)
There will be a €3 collection on the gate or €5 per car Donations to Wicklow Hospices & West Wicklow Day-care centre.

Sunday 7th October 2018
County Intermediate Hurling Championship – Semi Finals
11:00am Dubar Park, Wicklow (extra time if necessary)
ARP v Kilcoole

Wednesday 10th October 2018

Under 13 Hurling B Championship
ARP V Michael Dwyers Navy 7.00pm Ballinakill (Referee: TBC);

Monday 15th October 2018

Under 13 Hurling B Championship
7.00pm Ballinakill
ARP V Michael Dwyers Blue  (Referee: TBC)
Sunday 21st October 2018
Under 17 County Final Replay
12:45pm Joule Park Aughrim
Avondale Parnells v Carnew Emmets
Monday 22nd October 2018
Under 13 Hurling Division 1 A, B, C Championship Finals Ballinakill

Friday 26 October 2018
Under 15 Hurling A Shield Final
7.15pm Ballinakill
Luke O Tooles v ARP  (Referee: TBC)

Summer Camp 2018


The countdown is on for the Arklow Rocks Fun 3-day Summer Camp from Tuesday 24th to Thursday 26th July.

All boys and girls welcome from ages 4 to 12.  This is a great way to introduce them to the amazing game of hurling and camogie, no matter what there age or skill level.  Camp includes fun games, skill challenges (although no previous knowledge required) and all run by qualified coaches.

Excited to see you all !

Camp Registration Form


Come and join is on Saturday 30th June 2018 for what will be a great night and all in aid of a great cause.  Fun, music and food all being served up at the Clubhouse.




The winner of the two tickets for tonight’s “2 Johnnies” show is Derek Tobin. Well done. Your tickets can be collected from the Box Office in The Arklow Bay Hotel from 7pm.

For everyone else tickets are still available from The Arklow Bay Hotel or send us a message. See you tonight!


This Friday, 18th May, we have our Senior team playing in the Quarter Final of the Leinster Hurling League against in Rathdrum against Avondale.  come and support the Rocks.

Throw in is at 7.30 p.m.

Good luck to all our hurlers!




This week weekend we have out Senior team playing in the Leinster Hurling League on Saturday 14th April 2018 in Pearses Park against Carlow Town.  Throw in is at 3.30 p.m.

Also on Saturday we have our U7s are playing in a blitz in Ballinakill at 2:30pm.

On Monday, 16th April 2018, our U13s team are away to Eire Óg in Greystones (throw in at 7pm) and our U17s team Avondale Parnells take on Luke O’Tooles in the Hurling Division 1 – Round 3.

Good luck to all our hurlers!

Mary Hickey is coming back!

Saturday 2pm – She is coming home!

Arklow’s very own MARY HICKEY is returning to the town this coming Saturday. After 104 days and 1500 miles and running in the the worst weather she is finally going to be back in Arklow.

The 65 year old veteran marathon runner, is completing her Lap of the Map in aid of the RNLI. She has raised over €35,000 for these brave men and women who risk their lives in all weather.

All clubs are asked to take part in the welcome on Saturday so we are asking our members and parents to put on their Rocks colours and gather as a group to be part of home-coming! Details of times and gathering venue will be issued as soon as they are available from the organisers. ARP is proud to be associated with the RNLI and with the amazing Mary Hickey who is truly a wonderful example to our young people!


After both recieving semi final bys, Arklow Rocks played host to Saint Columba’s of Kildare in the Cross Border Championship final in Pearse Park.  Both sides were well prepared and eager to hurl and a highly entertaining game insued.  It was nip and tuck for the start of the first half with both defences proving highly efficient especially the two O’Murchú brothers, Liam and Donnocha, who where solid in the full back line for “D Rocks”.

The break through came when the trojan center back, Kyle Byrne drove a long ball out and the nippy Tiernan Gahan got the ball and took off.  He soloed through and put the ball in the roof of the net! He then added another point! St Colomba’s battled hard and soon got a goal of their own. Straight from the puck out “D rocks” battled hard through Adam O’Farrell and Aarron Keogh and the ball broke to Cian Redmond.  He pulled to the back of the net, oldstyle stuff at its best.  Half time score ARP 2.1 – Sr Columba’s 1.0.

The Kildare side started brightly and scored 1.1 without reply but it was like pressing a trigger for “D Rocks”. As they upped their levels through some fine plays led by the able hands of Patrick “Padge” Shaw. He put over a point worthy of the television before Adam O’Leary found his wings and took flight rattling the net and putting the Rocks back in front. Young Gahan then added another goal before Redmond struck again sealing a fine win for this very young Rocks team.

So the Cross Border Cup goes to the young men of D Rocks!


Rocks team:  Kian Fluskey, Liam Murphy, Donnacha Murphy, Jamie Somers, Bartley Crummy, Kyle Byrne, Patrick Shaw, Niall Donovan, Tiernan Gahan, Paudraig Kelly, Cian Redmond, Adam O’Farrell, Bill Conors, Thomas Barnes, Fionn McDonald