Rockwell Rovers HC
Rockwell Rovers is a Gaelic Athletic Association hurling and gaelic football club located in the village of New Inn in Tipperary, Ireland. The Rockwell GAA club was founded on 20 October 1887 and the scroll prescribing this is displayed in Rockwell College. The club was originally located in Rockwell College but moved to the village in 1932. The club came to national attention in 2009 when they took part in the second series of the reality TV programme Celebrity Bainisteoir, when they were managed by Tipperary model Andrea Roche.
Rockwell won 5 Intermediate West Football Titles in a row between 2007 and 2011 inclusive, beating Arravale Rovers, Golden/Kilfeacle twice, Cappawhite and Emly in the finals. The club also won the 2013 title beating Cashel 0-16 to 2-06 in the final, the 2014 decider beating Golden/Kilfeacle by a record margin of 28 points, 5-17 to 0-4 and the 2015 final beating Cashel again by 1-15 to 1-02. The club also won two O'Donoghue Cup Senior Football Titles during this period, again beating Golden/Kilfeacle and Arravale Rovers in the deciders. The club also won the West Title in this grade in 1979, 1981, 1984, 1987 and 1998. O'Donoghue Cups were also won in 1983 and 1984.