The Irish Hockey Association will host an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) in the Stillorgan Park Hotel on Sunday, October 5 at 11.30 am to vote on proposed changes to the format of the Irish Hockey League for the 2015/16 season.
Some pretty great videos available this week around the internet. First off check out Gertjie Lamprecht’s individual goal for North West against KZN in the South African IPT competition earlier this month.
Three Rock Rovers and Pembroke’s early season title credentials face a major test in Leinster division one as last year’s Irish Senior Cup finalists show down in the first big game of the new campaign.
Pembroke have called on a couple of familiar faces to take charge of their men’s second team, as they look to build on a successful 2013/14 season last year, winning Leinster division two and the Irish Junior Cup.
In a whistle-stop highlights tour around a couple of games in the Netherlands and Belgium last weekend, David Harte enjoyed the most fruitful weekend with a clean sheet in Kampong's 3-0 win over Rotterdam in the Dutch Hoofdklasse's opening game of the season.
Following a requisition from Dublin University Ladies Hockey Club, an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Leinster Hockey Association will be held on Monday, September 22 in Bewley's Hotel, Newlands Cross at 7.30pm.
Dublin City FM's Declan Hughes caught up with four of the coaches of the men's Leinster division one sides to get their thoughts on how their side got on, speaking to Paddy Conlon, David Bane, Trevor Dagg and Mark Cullen.
Trevor Dagg's Corinthian got their season off to a flyer as they beat his former club Avoca 3-1 in Newpark on Leinster men's division one's opening day; Monkstown were held 1-1 by Glenanne; Pembroke's incision saw off Railway Union while Three Rock beat Rathgar
As the final part of The Hook's preseason build-up, we have enlisted the help of Twitter's finest Leinster Hockey analyst - or "Eastern Conference" as he prefers to call it - to give us his predictions for the new season!
Jack McCann runs his eye over tound one of the men's Leinster season which features a series of well-matched fixtures with Avoca battling Corinthian, Pembroke and Railway in the Sandymount derby, and Monkstown travelling to Glenanne while Rathgar host TRR
New season and ten new-look squads begin their men’s Leinster division one campaign after an extremely busy summer of transfer dealings as the chasing pack attempt to close the gap to Monkstown, winners last year after a 40-year wait.