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Intermediate Hurling 18-05-2024

  • ARP Lotto 10May2024
  • Intermediate Hurling ARP V Carnew Emmets 06-05-2024
  • U13 Hurling ARP V Bray Emmets 07-05-2024

    It was great to see the U13s Playing at home on Tuesday, they played well and looking at the skill of these young men we look forward to the rest of their season.

  • Intermediate Hurling ARP V Western Gaels Saturday 28th April 2024

    Great Game played by our Intermediate Hurlers in their first Home Match this year.
  • Saturday Academy 04-05-2024
  • Senior Camogie Fixtures Update

    Our Senior Camogie League match will be played in Glenealy. The change of venue this evening is due our pitch being waterlogged.

  • LOTTO 27-04-2024
  • SATURDAY ACADEMY 20-04-2024

    What a difference a week made

    We are lucky to have this very important talk on April 26th with the fantastic sportsman, Ciaran Carey and his team. This event highlights important issues of drug awareness, addiction, and mental health. This free event is open to anyone aged 16 and over.

    It may be of special interest to any parent of teenagers or young adults.

    To confirm your place please use the QR on the video or link:

  • Playing County Football

    Well done to Rocks man Adam O’Leary playing for Wicklow u20 footballers last night


  • LOTTO DRAW 29-03-24

    March the 17th fell on a very rare dry day this year and we took great advantage of it. Great fun was had marching this year and while we know we have some of the best hurlers and camogie players we certainly have some of the loudest. It was a great family event with children and parents young and old involved.

    Many thanks to the children for being so full of fun and being so well behaved, to our youth players who turned up to help and to our parents and coaches who gave up their time yet again.
  • LOTTO DRAW 15-03-2024

    No Jackpot winner this week. An Chead tharraingt eile 29th of March

    Next draw on the start of the Easter Weekend 29th of March with a Jackpot of €2200

    Two luckydip winners this week, Philip Byrne and Mary Copeland

    Thanks to everyone who took part.


    Please register your interest by following this link or using the QR code below.

  • Arklow Rocks invite you to…

    Be part of the fastest field game in the world!

    📌Join in the fun and give hurling/camogie a go with Arklow Rocks. Great for both boys and girls.

    📌Hurls and helmets are provided, so all you need to do is turn up.


    Go raibh maith agaibh, Denise, Julianne agus Sally Ann. We are looking forward to all the events you have planned for us this year

  • Fighting Period Poverty

    This morning our Healthy Clubs committee Denise, Sallyann and Julieann met with Lorraine Dunne from Wicklow County Council. Lorraine presented the club with free period products to help combat period poverty. We are delighted to say free period products will be available in our toilets for any ladies that need them. Thanks again Wicklow County Council.

  • Healthy Clubs Update

    Our Healthy Clubs committee handing over a cheque for €750 to Arklow Cancer Support from our healthy walk last month.

    Thank you to all who donated to such a worthy cause helping so many in our community. Arklow Cancer Support do amazing work.

  • Lá Fhéile Vailintín sona daoibh go léir! 

  • 2024 FOURTH LOTTO DRAW 02-02-24

    Go raibh maith agaibh to everyone who took part in our 4TH Draw anocht. Tús maith leath na hoibre.

    The numbers were 7, 9,14,31- unfortunately there was no Jackpot winner this week, however we had two lucky dip winners of €25 each, Damhnait McGuire and Eibhlis Forde.

    Many thanks to Philip Byrne our Runaí for presenting the draw.

    Our next draw will be on the 16th of February. As the Jackpot was not won the Pota óir nua ná €1900

    Thank you for helping Arklow Rock Parnells to raise the funds needed to make our pitch and facilities better for the growing members and leading it to be usable all year round. It will go towards drainage of the pitch, a new astro surface and flood lights.

    Get you ticéad crannchuir now using the link below. There is a repeat option if you can give your continued support. Ádh mhór! 💚

  • 2024 THIRD LOTTO DRAW 19-01-2024

    Go raibh maith agaibh to everyone who took part in our 3RD Draw. Tús maith leath na hoibre.

    The numbers were 7, 11, 22 & 24- unfortunately there was no Jackpot winner however we had two lucky dip winners of €25 each, Joanne Murphy and Bill Murphy.

    Many thanks to Ida Ryan the Captain of our new and first Senior Camogie Team for presenting the draw.

    Our next draw will be on the 2nd of February. As the Jackpot was not won the Pota óir nua ná €1800

    This is a great way to support Arklow Rocks to raise the funds needed to make our pitch and facilities better for the growing members and usable all year round. It will go towards drainage of the pitch, a new astro surface and flood lights.

    Get you ticéad crannchuir now using the link below. There is a repeat option if you can give your continued support. Ádh mhór! 💚
  • 2024 2ND LOTTO DRAW 05-01-2024

    Go raibh maith agaibh to everyone who took part in our 2nd Draw. Tús maith leath na hoibre.

    The numbers were 5, 22, 25, 30- unfortunately there was no Jackpot winner however we had two lucky dip Winners of €25 each, Fiona Walker and Kieran Mellon.

    Our next draw will be on the 19th of January. As the Jackpot was not won the Pota óir nua ná €1700

    This is a great way to support Arklow Rocks to raise the funds needed to make our pitch and facilities better for the growing members and usable all year round. It will go towards drainage of the pitch, a new astro surface and flood lights.

    Get you ticéad crannchuir now using the link below. There is a repeat option if you can give your continued support. Ádh mhór! 💚…/arklow-rock…

    Táimid faoi chomaoin mhór agat as do chabhair






    Membership now open for 2024 through

    All the usual academy/juvenile/senior options are available with a few new additions for 2024.

    We have introduced a cap on a family payment of €400. There are five family options available, but if your family does not fall into these five options, please contact the club registrar and we will assist.

    Another new edition is a club charge of €40 for male players registered in different GAA clubs…..this is to help cover club costs

    We will also hold a registration day in the clubhouse, later this month for those who do not want to register online.


    Is fearr an tsláinte ná na táinte! Health is our Wealth and our New Officer of Health Denise Pierce takes this seriously. She started the new year with a bang by organising a large number of people to began their year having a lovely walk with their families on behalf of Arklow Cancer Support. It was a brilliant family event with young and old joining in. Many thanks to all that helped Denise and Sallyann today.


    Thanks to everyone who took part in our first Draw. Tús maith leath na hoibre.

    Our next draw will be on the 5th of January. As the Jackpot was not won the new jackpot number will be €1600. A nice amount to help through a long lean January.

    This is a great way to support Arklow Rocks to raise the funds needed to make our pitch and facilities better for the growing members and usable all year round. It will go towards drainage of the pitch, a new astro surface and flood lights.

    Get you tickets now using the link below. There is a repeat option if you can give your continued support. Good luck 💚…/arklow-rock…

    Táimid faoi chomaoin mhór agat as do chabhair




    Ba mhaith linn go mbuailfeá le cuid de bhaill choiste Gaeilge nua do chlub.

    They have a short message for all our friends, supportors and sponsors.

    Overseen by our Irish Cultural Officer Anna Wolohan and our Cathaoirleach Jason Redmond we are looking forward to what they have planned next year

    Táimid ar bís le Nollaig ag teacht agus ag tnúth go mór le Daidí na Nollag. Nollag shona daoibh agus athbhliain faoi mhaise

    Go raibh maith agat Gaelscoil an Inbhir Mhóir agus an Gaelcholaiste na Mara for your support with this video.




    We will be launching the new club development lotto 22nd Dec 2023 at the Corner House 8pm

    Please support this so we can help develop the pitch and amenities for all our teams ! #arklowrockslotto

    Over 18s can play only!

  • 2023 U7 & U9 GO GAMES

    All young hurlers love a trip to Aughrim to show their skills

  • 2023 Leinster Camogie Junior B Final
    Leinster Final Here We Come
  • 2023 Wicklow Camogie Intermediate Championship

    Great write up by the Wicklow People’s Kevin Stapleton (16Oct2023)

    Classy Ciara Lancaster guides Arklow Rocks to stunning victory over Glenealy in Wicklow Intermediate camogie final

    Arklow side jump from Junior to Senior in two seasons

    Arklow Rocks 1-9

    Glenealy 0-11

    Two frees from Ciara Lancaster deep into injury-time snatched victory from the jaws of defeat for Arklow Rocks in the 2023 Intermediate camogie final at Pearse’s Park. Arklow, on Sunday.

    Leading for the majority of the game, Lancaster was unnerved as her side fell behind in the 57th minute and split the posts with accurate precision to cap a remarkable 12 months for her club.

    In 2022, the Rocks captured Junior honours and just over 12 months later they are celebrating a further championship title and Senior status for 2024.

    The final game of the triple header in Arklow, this decider was the best battle on show for the day with Laura Manley and Ciara Lancaster going toe-to-toe for their sides.

    In the opening half, the Arklow girls looked very athletic with Lizzie Bourke showing threat with direct runs at speed at the Glenealy defence. Lancaster opened the scoring in this bout in the seventh minute with a free and added another in the 12th.

    Glenealy had goalkeeper Jessica Driver to thank for preventing a disastrous opening 15 minutes when she somehow managed to keep an Arklow effort out and prevented a goal.

    For Arklow and for Ciara Lancaster, sometimes things seem to go your way. Lancaster generated a bit of space to get a shot away that was excellently blocked but the ball rebounded straight back into Lancaster’s hand who made certain the second time around and opened a three-point lead for her side. Aoife Weir almost opened Glenealy’s account with a goal chance saved by Íde Ryan and Kelly Somers blocking the rebound. Jessica Driver was equal to Arklow’s effort at the other end with the Glenealy stopper thwarting Elizabeth Bourke in the 15th minute. Laura Manley finally got Glenealy up and running with 17 minutes on the clock with a well taken free.

    Manley was to play a huge role for her side from placed balls and her accuracy over the course of the hour was another plot line in this encounter.

    The Glkenealy ace brought the gap back to a single point with another fine free in the 23rd minute but Arklow’s free-taker Ciara Lancaster was equally adept from placed balls and responded with a free of her own two minutes later.

    Glenealy were finding it hard to break down a crowded defence with Arklow’s Emma Breen and Jessica Mellon providing tight coverage around the Arklow goal and defending valiantly in the game. A 45 from Laura Manley brought it back to a single score coming up to the break but an excellent score from play from Ciara Lancaster made it 0-5 to 0-3 at the interval.

    Laura Manley was just as capable at finding her teammates with long-range frees as she was at splitting the post and the Glenealy captain found Erynn O’Brien on one such occasion in the fifth minute of the half to split the posts.

    Manley followed up with a levelling score with another trademark free and the tide was looking to be turning in Glenealy’s favour. However, the game’s only major arrived in the 10th minute with Glenealy desperately unfortunate to concede.

    Jessica Driver again made a fantastic save to prevent a Ciara Lancaster goal but the rebound off the save resulted in a small ruck forming just away from the goal. When the ball was touched out of the crowd of bodies, it was Catherine Bourke who got on the end of the loose ball and charged down on the Glenealy goal and fired a powerful effort to the back of the net.

    Glenealy had the perfect response to this with three unanswered points coming from Leah Condell, and a double from Manley.

    Both sides should be credited with playing the game at a great pace with Doireann Killoran and Lizzie Bourke establishing a platform with quick play for Arklow and Laura Manley and Lottie Cullen providing the ammunition for Glenealy around the middle of the park.

    Ciara Lancaster was the beneficiary of good work from Killoran to put the Rocks back in front in the 50th minute but another Manley free restored parity only minutes later.

    A fantastic Arklow score came from the puckout with Íde Ryan finding Lizzie Bourke, who in turn fired a long-range pass down to Roisin Murphy. Murphy showed a deft touch to control the ball on the hurl and turn and fire over a fantastic score.

    Another goal chance came Glenealy’s way with Aoife Weir unlucky to see her effort turned wide for a 45 with Manley firing over the leveller.

    Laura Manley was in powerful form and anything from 65 yards was well within her range. She showed exactly how lethal she is with a free from just outside the 65 line sailing over the bar to give Glenealy the lead in the 57th minute.

    This score was a fantastic strike and probably should have seen Glenealy kick on from this point and see the game out, but this was not in Arklow’s make up.

    Lancaster stood tall to fire over a leveller in the first minute of additional time and with time almost up, and a very difficult angle facing her, the Arklow sharpshooter fired over an equally impressive score much to the delight of the Arklow crowd on the roadside of the ground.

    Glenealy had time to launch one final attack, but Arklow turned over the ball, drew a free and ran out the clock to come out deserving winners and bounce into Senior ranks for 2024. With many young, athletic players in their ranks, they can really look forward to a bright future.

    Arklow: Íde Ryan; Chloe Dobson, Jessica Mellon, Kelly Somers; Niamh Killoran, Emma Breen, Doireann Kavanagh; Doireann Killoran, Elizabeth Bourke; Aine Byrne, Roisin Murphy (0-1), Ciara Lancaster (0-8, 6f). Subs: Aife O’Brien, Maisie Mellon, Catherine Bourke (1-0); Aoife Kavanagh for A O’Brien

    Glenealy: Jessica Driver; Grace Drumgoole, Ailbhe Dowling, Nicola Souster; Naoise O’Neill, Lisa Hogan, Niamh O’Brien; Laura Manley (0-9, 6f, 2 45s), Lottie Cullen; Kelly O’Neill, Abi Farrell, Erynn O’Brien (0-1); Shauna Kelly, Aoife Weir, April Dickenson. Subs: Nessa Drumgoole for L Cullen, Rebecca Murphy (0-1) for S Kelly, Ciara Jameson for A Farrell

    Referee: Frank Hegarty

  • 2023 Leinster Junior B Semi-final
    A great write up from the Wicklow People’s Liam O’Loughlin (14Nov2023)

    An extraordinary Leinster debut for Arklow Rocks as they secure place in provincial final

    Late Bardon goal sends Wicklow Intermediate champions through to Junior ‘B’ decider.

    Arklow Rocks 1-6

    Burren Rangers 2-1

    Wicklow Intermediate camogie champions Arklow Rock Parnells made an extraordinary debut in the Leinster Junior ‘B’ camogie championship when they played host to Carlow champions Burren Rangers at Pearse’s Park in Arklow on Saturday last, November 11. The Arklow side, who trailed their Carlow opponents for the entire game from the seventh minute onwards, only got their noses in front one minute into added time when Erin Bardon got the crucial touch in a goalmouth scramble to give her side the lead for the first time in the game as the finishing post approached. And they held on for a thrilling victory by 1-6 to 2-1.

    While it’s difficult to be ungrateful for the good fortune to move ahead at just the right moment, in truth it was a break that ARP richly deserved. They dominated the second half, enjoying at least 60 per cent of possession, as they battled to overturn a deficit of two goals at half-time. Burren Rangers had got off to the better start in the opening half and half-forward Lynsey Ward put them in front on the scoreboard with a good point after two minutes. Play was evenly contested at this stage and Ciara Lancaster brought the sides level at 0-1 apiece when she pointed a free. Lady Luck appeared to have a vendetta against the Rocks side and the first instance of this occurred after eight minutes. Rangers’ Emer Deacon shot for a point from the right wing, but the ball dropped short. Ida Ryan appeared to have things in control, but the ball deflected to the net just inside her left post to leave the visitors 1-1 to 0-1 ahead. Rangers were growing in confidence and Helena Cranny, Niamh Cox and Aoife Carroll were prominent as they began to vigorously contest. The Arklow side, through Niamh and Doireann Killoran, Lizzie and Catherine Bourke, Aine Byrne, Ciara Lancaster and Maisie Mellon were more than holding their own, but the scores were not coming. Lady Luck struck another blow coming up to half-time. Rangers’ Sarah Cox was short with a free which dropped into the Rocks goalmouth, but the ball took a deflection off a defender’s hurley and finished in the net. This left Burren Rangers 2-1 to 0-1 ahead at the break. The Rocks began the second half in a very determined fashion. Ciara Lancaster pointed a free after three minutes and when Maisie Mellon batted home the rebound from a Marie O’Neill save in the visitors’ goal, Rocks thought they were back in business. But that old Lady Luck was still in foul mood and the goal was disallowed, presumably for a square infringement. The home side battled on and points from a Ciara Lancaster free and 45 left a goal between the sides as we went into the final quarter. Excitement was building as the Rocks kept up the pressure. In fairness to Burren Rangers, they weren’t exactly surrendering easily as they battled to hold on. Their goalie Marie O’Neill was proving to be a good shot stopper and invariably the ball kept coming back out of defence. The Rocks must have forced up to half a dozen fruitless 45s to no avail, but they kept battling on. Lizzie Bourke pointed from play and when Ciara Lancaster pointed a free the gap was down to the minimum with 10 minutes to go.

    Burren Rangers continued to defend heroically and must have felt that they might just hold on as the game moved into four minutes of added time. However, it was then that Lady Luck eventually relented, and Erin Bardon rescued the game with her goal. The Rocks held on for a famous win. It was no more than they deserved. Burren Rangers defended gamely in the second half but failed to add to their half-time score. ARP: Ide Ryan; Aoife Kavanagh, Jessica Mellon, Kelly Somers; Niamh Killoran, Emma Breen, Chloe Dobson; Doireann Killoran, Lizzie Bourke (0-1); Aine Byrne, Catherine Bourke, Ciara Lancaster (0-5, 4f, 45); Aoife O’Brien, Maisie Mellon, Erin Bardon (1-0). Sub: Zara Fennell. Burren Rangers: Marie O’Neill; Edelle Morrissey, Amy Maloney, Helena Cranny; Caoimhe Byrne, Niamh Cox, Aibhe Kiernan; Aoife Carroll, Mia Collier; Sarah Cox (1-0, f), Roisin Connolly, Lynsey Ward (0-1); Sami Salter Bermingham, Eimear Ralleigh, Eimear Deacon (1-0). Referee: Paddy O’Reilly (Kilkenny)

  • AIB Leinster Junior B Final Fixture

    The final is nearly here!

    AIB Leinster Junior B Club Championship Final St Munnas (Westmeath) V on Saturday, November 25th at 1.30pm at Donaghmore Ashbourne GAA, Ashbourne, Co. Meath.

    Entry to all fixtures in the AIB Leinster Club Championship is by ticket only.

    AIB Leinster Junior B Final Tickets

  • John ‘Tickler’ Byrne

    We wish to send our sincere sympathies to our Wicklow Chairman, Damian Byrne, and his family on the passing of his father John ‘Tickler’ Byrne.

    Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

  • Club Development Lotto

    We were very excited to launch our new Development Lotto at the 70th Anniversary Dinner Dance Saturday Night. This is a vital fundraiser for the club with a starting jackpot of €1500. Please use the QR code or follow the link below to purchase a ticket where there is a few options to suit all people. Thank you for your continued support, from all the team at ARP.

  • Dots Doherty’s 13th Dublin Marathon

    Our very own Eugene “Dots” Doherty is running his 13th Dublin Marathon!

    This year he is running in aid of Wicklow Hospice. Please use the link below to donate. All help appreciated.

    Good luck Dots 💚

  • 2023 Junior B Final Replay- ARP Vs Kilcoole 22/10/2023

    Great win for the Men. #UptheRocks

  • 2023 Junior B Final ARP Vs Kilcoole 14/10/2023

    Good game but resulted in a Draw, so a replay to be scheduled

  • 2023 Minor Final ARP Vs Luke O Tooles 15-10-2023.

    A disappointing result for our boys but they will be back next year even more hungry. #UPTHEROCKS

  • 2023 ARP Vs Eire Og, Minors Semi Final 04-10-2023

    ARP Vs Eire Og, Minors 04-10-2023. Great Match, Great Team! #uptherocks

  • 2023 Minors ARP Vs Western Gaels 25/09/2023

    ARP Minors took a road trip over to Blessington, unfortunately it was not their night but spirits were get up with some singing on the way home. Hopefully they stick with the hurling and don’t try starting a boy band.

  • 2022 Fundraising for Féile

    A lot of work happened behind the scenes to get the Hurlers and Camogie players to Feile but they had fun getting involved too.

  • 2023 Coiníní Cásca

    Tháinig Coiníní Cásca chugainn aréir. Easter Bunnies visited last night and left lots of lovely Easter eggs for the children of the Academy and our Bainisteoirí made sure we had fun with them before they could be eaten.

  • 2023 Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig

    Great excitement for St Patricks Day with all the Rocks children, not just because they get to eat lots of sweets and take part in a parade, It means the Hurling-Camogie season is starting and it wont be long before they are spending their evenings on the pitch, training and playing their favorite sport.

  • 2023 Minor Hurling ARP V’s Bray Emmets
  • 2023 Minor Team

    ARP V’s Luke O Tooles 21/08/2023

  • 2023 ARP Summer Camp

    It wouldn’t be an ARP summer camp without ice cream and water fights.

  • 2022 Juvenile Awards Night

    Great excitement for young and old

  • 2022 Minor Team
  • 2022 Its Not All hard work
  • 2022 U11 Champs
  • 2022 Go Raibh Maith Agat! Na Rocks Abú
  • 2022 U15 Hurling League Winners
  • 2022 U15 County Champions
  • 2022 U15 Feile
  • Annual Dinner Dance

    Please save the date for our end of year dinner dance.

  • 2022 ARP Summer Camp

    CLICK HERE – Camp Online Registration Form 2022

    Camp Terms and Conditions 2022

    It is back and the countdown is on for the Arklow Rocks Fun 3 day Summer Camp.

    From Tuesday 9th August to Thursday 11th August 2022.  All boys and girls welcome up to ages 12.  We vary and mix the camps up every year and improving each year.

    Camp includes fun games, skill challenges (although no previous skill necessary!) and all run by qualified coaches.

    Not to be missed this year as the water fight looks to be making a comeback for the first time in a few years!

  • On This Week at the Rocks:

    Monday 4th July
    U17 ARP/Kilcoole v Bray in Bray @ 7pm

    Tuesday 5th July
    U14 Camogie ARP V Avondale @ 6:30pm in Arklow
    Camogie Junior ARP v Ballinacor @7:30pm in Arklow

    Wednesday 6th July
    U11 Hurling ARP V St Pat’s @7pm in Arklow
    U15 Hurling Michael Dwyers v ARP @ 6.30pm

    Friday 8th July
    U13 Camogie ARP V Avondale at 6pm in Arklow

  • Wicklow Yearbook 2021

    The Wicklow GAA Yearbook is available online again this year. To see all seven volumes CLICK HERE

    2021 Camogie – Wicklow
    2021 Hurling – Clubs A
    2021 County

  • 2021 AGM – Rescheduled

    Our AGM has been rescheduled.

    WHEN: Friday 21st January 2022
    WHERE: Glenart College
    AT: 7:30pm (please arrive at 7:15pm for a prompt start)

    We would ask you to participate and get involved as much as you can.

    All members attending are asked to please wear a mask and bring their Covid certificate as this is required for entry.

    See you all soon,
    ARP Executive Committee


    Tonight, Monday 19 July 2021

    ARP v Barndarrig

    Throw in 8pm

    Aughrim Community Grounds

    €5 entry, free for under 15s

  • A Note From Miley’s Family

    Rosemary, Tim, Jennifer and Miley’s extended family would like to express their gratitude to all of the Arklow Rocks community for their kindness during his illness and in the weeks since his passing.

    The loss of Miley has been a devastating blow for our family as we know it has been for many of you.

    As a family we were overwhelmed by the huge number that turned out to accompany Miley on his final journey to his place of rest.

    We know it would be impossible to thank each individual so we would like to take this opportunity to express our deep gratitude to you all.

    Miley was a proud life long member of the Arklow Rocks. We know that we don’t need to tell you all how much he enjoyed his trips to The Field, the matches and the pub for a sing song and some craic. Miley valued the many many friends that he made as part of the club. As he so often said ‘Up the Rocks’ 💚🤍💚🤍

  • Arklow Rocks Locker Room

    Can you help?

  • Fly High Little Angels

    It is with great sadness, we as a club have to make this announcement.

    The passing has occurred of our two newest Rockette and Rock Star, Cadhla and Tadhg Kavanagh.

    Children of Lorraine and Chris Kavanagh, brother and sister to Saoirse, Sean and Fiadh, all part of our Rocks community! There are no words to describe the hurt amongst the club and it’s community at this time.

    We extend our deepest sympathy to all the Kavanagh and Kelleher families at this time.

    We ask you to show your support and prayers online and respect the privacy of the family at this very difficult time!

    Fly high little angels!

  • Hurls Ready

    We are coming back!

    From 26 April 2021 juveniles can train in groups of 15.
    Send in photos of those hurls at the ready

    If your boys or girls have never tried, after a long time in lockdown, this would be a great time to let them have a go. All Covid precautions abided by and we have a huge pitch.
    See you soon!


  • Talk To Tom Fundraiser

    Arklow Rocks Hurling and Camogie Club is delighted to join forces with Ballymanus GAA and several other local clubs on Saturday 1st May to help raise awareness and much needed funds for Talk to Tom. Talk to Tom is a local suicide prevention charity based in Gorey that is hoping to open a centre in Arklow later this year. We are asking everyone in the community to take part and support this fundraising event. All monies raised will help towards the service Talk To Tom provides.

    Starting at 6pm, we will come together (adhering to social distancing rules), to create a 24 hour continuous cycle in socially distance pairs. A shout out to our friends at Coral Leisure Centre Arklow for the use of the bikes.

    If you are interested in taking part please CLICK HERE to let us know your preferred time slot etc. or you can contact any of the following:
    Jason Redmond 086 256 5541
    Sean Pierce 086 693 7453
    Penni Heald 086 864 0135

    If you cannot give your time please donate ensuring you include Arklow Rock Parnells as the club you are taking part with.

  • Rocking Cheltenham 2022

    Can you pick the winners? If you think you can then enter our competition and win 50% of the total pot.

    Hurry with your entries and good luck!


    • Pick a horse from the first two races of each day, eight in total.
    • To help you select your winners, racecards can be viewed HERE.
    • Complete the ONLINE FORM and submit to enter
    • €10 per entry.
    • Pay by:  Revolut at 086 864 0135 or Paypal
    • Please remember to include your name and mobile number in the notes
    • Entries must be received and paid for by Tuesday 16th March @1pm.


    • Winner will be the person with the most winners selected over the four days.
    • Organiser has final say.
    • In the event of a tie, pot is split between the winners.
    • No points for non-runners