Named after the Ryan name Lacken. Known locally as "The Park", it has been a fortress for all age groups. It has 4 changing rooms(Home on right) both have showering and toilet facilities. With a Club house at the end with many Newport bits of GAA memorabilia as well as a kitchen a Referee's room while a meeting room also in the building. There are three pitches, a main pitch with a stand and great floodlight facilities. Separating the two Juvenile pitches and the main pitch is a hurling wall. The Juvenile pitch is very well designed with "The Hill" behind the far goal where the younger supporters watch on from. The Juvenile pitch is also floodlit, while the even younger teams(U8-10) play in a junior pitch with smaller goals and a shorter pitch. The U8-10s train in the GYM in the winter beside St.Mary's Secondary School. While the rest train in the Ball Alleys beside Newport College (Vocational School) in Newport, while the pitch is unplayable.