Park safely at The Rockies Club on Church Road for The All-Ireland Quarter Finals at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. €5 per car, coaches are free (limited coach spaces). Enjoy the pre match atmosphere at the club bar with food stalls, bar and DJ. Just 1.5km to the stadium.
After a tough start to their league campaign, our Junior A team has won the last 4 league matches and stormed up the table. The latest victory was a convincing win over city rivals Glen Rovers on a scoreline of 3-13 to 0-10.
The next round of the Senior Championship versus Ballymartle has been changed to Friday June 23rd @ Pairc Uí Rinn, SHC R2A, 7.30pm ET if needed.
Two good wins in the junior and senior leagues tonight. The Junior A team were impressive in defeating Na Piarsaigh 3-14 to 1-11 while the Seniors beat the old rivals The Barrs in Church Road by 0-19 to 2-10. Good stuff all round.
The Rockies are out twice this week in the Red FM Senior Hurling League. Tuesday night at Church Road versus The Barrs at 7.15pm and Friday night away to Newcestown at 7.30pm.
Following their previous performance at the Rockies Club, we are all looking forward to a return visit from Gerri Deane & Country Collective on Friday June 23rd
Say hello to Rocky our new mascot!
He'll be making an appearance at the Rockies Academy on Saturday mornings. Training from 10.00-11.30 for all age groups!
In the 2nd Round of the Intermediate Championship, Blackrock had two points to spare over Eire Og, 0-14 to 0-12. When Eire Og’s Daniel O’Connor levelled the match in the 59th minute, extra-time looked on the cards, but a free from goalkeeper Gavin Connolly and another point from Luke Fogarty
J.H.C.(B) Blackrock 4 - 17 V Ballinure 1 - 03 @ Church Road @ 19.15.
Our Junior Hurlers easily accounted for Ballinure in the first round of the Junior Hurling (B) Championship at Church Road this evening, and so completed a quartet of first round championship wins for our adult teams.
What a day! One of the biggest and best events ever at the club. The street leagues finals were a roaring success! Brilliant matches, colour, fun and most importantly a fantastic sense of community spirit and pride in the club. Hundreds were in attendance for the games, the food and