Pembroke II finally crossed the mathematical threshold to claim women's Leinster Division Two on Wednesday night at Grange Road as they swept to a 3-0 victory over Three Rock Ladies in a weather-affected refix.
Top Irish umpire, Colin Hutchinson recently retired from international hockey having reached the current age limit of 47 for umpires. During a highly successful career, he reached 100 international caps and the very peak of the umpiring ladder
Ben Campbell inspired St Andrew's to a second half comeback against Wesley to claim their third piece of senior silverware this year at the expense of their fierce rivals; St Columba's claimed the senior B league title
UCD squeaked to a narrow 1-0 win over Hermes for the second time this season as Gillian Pinder's first goal in Collidge colours downed her former club in their opening Irish Hockey League tie at Belfield on Sunday.
Trinity continued their remarkable form in this year's Jacqui Potter Cup to keep alive their hopes of ending an 81-year drought as they saw off Pembroke on penalty strokes at Holy Child Killiney on Sunday.
Monkstown and Pembroke will fly the Leinster flag in the semi-finals of the men's Irish Junior Cup after they produced away wins at Three Rock Rovers and Lisnagarvey, respectively, while Cork Harlequins and Cookstown also advanced.
Greenfields' debut in the women's Irish Hockey League saw them score within a minute of tip off but ultimately fell to Cathlolic Institute in Pool A; Loreto came from 2-0 down beat Cork Harlequins while northern sides Pegasus and Ards won big
Pembroke, Lisnagarvey and Three Rock made strong opening statements in Pool A of the men's Irish Hockey League while Banbridge and Monkstown showed their mettle in Pool as the fancied sides started their respective campaigns well
All the scores from today's Irish Hockey League games as well as the scores from the Irish Hockey Challenge and Junior Cup from a busy day of action; all Leinster league tables have also been updated. Anything missing? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
St Andrew's claimed the first Leinster A schoolboys title of the season when their U-13s saw off High School 2-0 on Wednesday afternoon; quick match report along with all the other key scores from this week in the Leinster schoolboys competitions
Phoebe Lyons' early goal on Monday night meant that Pembroke II's wait for the women's Leinster division two title will be put on hold for another little while as Loreto II kept a small sliver of hope alive that they might deny them.
Following a stunning season to date, UCD are very much the team to beat in the women’s Irish Hockey League that gets under way this weekend as Ireland’s top 12 teams battle it out for the top title in the club game.
Leinster club representatives appeared reasonably receptive to a "full Irish Hockey League" following the IHA forum last night in the Stillorgan Park Hotel though there were fears over the potential nature of promotion and relegation
Rathdown and St Andrew's will showdown in a repeat of the Senior Premier League final as they both made it through the semi-finals of the Senior Cup via sudden death penalties off the back of 1-1 draws against Loreto Beaufort and High School respectively.
Chloe Brown strengthened her reputation as the biggest exponent of the indoor game in Ireland with a truly stunning performance for Ards at the EuroHockey Indoor Club Champions Challenge I in Budapest last weekend
Corinthian assured their place in women's Leinster division one next season as they put in an assured performance to beat Glenanne 2-0 in Tallaght last Saturday, rendering North Kildare's final day 1-0 defeat to Old Alex moot