Pro Series Indoor (PSi) is set to revolutionise indoor hockey in Ireland in the new year with the introduction of their groundbreaking format to the country following 11 years of epic events in South Africa.
Glenanne extended their lead at the top of the men's EYHL to 10-points; Garvey remain in the hunt with a 3-1 win over Banbridge; Alan Sothern snatched a late draw for Pembroke while Cork C of I drew at Annadale
Three Rock Rovers have traversed four time zones this week to represent Ireland at the EuroHockey Indoor Club Challenge II in Tbilisi, Georgia, gunning for a top two finish from their seven team competition.
Muckross’s young troops scored a formative 2-1 win over Old Alex at Milltown, moving them top of the Leinster women’s Division One table at a key stage of the season; YM close gap ever more in men's Division One
Saturday's top Ulster Premier clash between Belfast Harlequins and Instonians certainly lived up to its billing as the hosts came from 3-2 down to secure a dramatic 4-3 win with two goals in the last 10 minutes at Deramore.
Anna O’Flanagan’s silky deflection with three minutes from time saw Ireland’s women snatch a thrilling 3-2 comeback win over Spain, earning a share of the spoils from their four-match series in Malaga.
Glens’ seven-point lead remains intact despite draw with C of I; Garvey ones to watch after another icy weekend
Glenanne dropped a couple of points but still ended the weekend with their seven-point lead in tact at the top of men's EY Hockey League with Three Rock held by Annadale while Garvey swept aside Monkstown
Cork C of I’s Julian Dale and Glenanne’s Sam O’Connor have received the biggest call-ups of their international careers, earning a place in the Irish men’s squad to play in the Sultan Azlan Shah tournament in Malaysia.
YMCA have made significant inroads in the gap to leaders Corinthian in men's Division One; Old Alex and Muckross face a potential title decider in the women's league; here's a preview of the Leinster weekend
Bangor have leapfrogged Instonians to go back to the top of the Ulster Premier League following a 7-0 drubbing of Queen's at the Dub on Saturday; Dungannon have joined Ballymoney at the top of the women's Ulster Premier