The clubhouse at Streamstown was officially opened on the 10th of September 1978, by the then president of the IRFU, Kevin Quiligan. The building cost in excess of 40,000 pounds, which was a huge financial undertaking at the time. It comprised of four spacious dressingrooms, showers and toilets, kitchen, function room giving Roscrea one of the best of it's kind in the country. An exhibition game was held and the President's XV, which comprised of players from Garyowen, Shannon, Trinity and Old Cresent, defeated a Roscrea selection by 20pts. to 12.
Recently major renovations were carried out on the clubhouse. The bar has had a major facelift and would be the pride of any club. The pitch has also recieved a lot of work, and week to week attention and it is now one of the finest playing sufaces in the league. The second pitch is currently being upgraded and will be ready for the beginning of the season.