St Mary’s Rosslare are a Gaelic Athletic Association club in County Wexford. St Mary’s were the first winners of the Wexford Senior Football Championship in 1886 under the name of Rosslare Tigers. They include such famous hurlers as 1996 All Ireland winning Wexford manager Liam Griffin and one of Wexford’s most experienced players of all time, former Wexford Football Captain & centre back David Murphy.

St Marys Rosslare was founded in 1886. The parish includes from Kilrane, Rosslare Harbour, Tagoat and Rosslare Strand. They won the first ever Wexford Senior Football Championship beating Crossabeg Ballymurn Gaa in the final.

The club’s main playing field and training centre is the Paddy Roche Centre at Tagoat, just 15 km south of Wexford town and 5 km from Rosslare Europort.