Cillian Hynes’s double gave Dublin University their first win of the men’s Leinster Division One campaign, eventually beating a youthful Kilkenny 3-2, moving them up a couple of notches in the table.
Sean Murray smashed home a last minute winner for Lisnagarvey to grab a memorable opening round 3-2 result over local rivals, eliminating the reigning Irish Senior Cup champions Banbridge.
In a precursor to next week’s intervarsities, UCD belatedly shook off Munster Division One leaders UCC to run up a 4-1 victory and advance to the second round of the women’s Irish Senior Cup.
Check out all the results from a busy day across the EYHL, men's Leinster Senior Cup, the Irish Hockey Trophy and more
Glenanne produced a superb comeback to suggest they could be a dark horse for title contention while there were also wins for Lisnagarvey, Banbridge, Cork C of I and Monkstown
UCD moved to the top of the women’s EY Hockey League but five sides remain unbeaten in the league with first to ninth place covered by just three points after three weekends of the competition
King’s Hospital, in conjunction with the EHF and Hockey Ireland, have launched a new highlights show in the past fortnight, covering the men’s and women’s EY Hockey League.
Shirley McCay has revealed that she is set to quit international hockey following next year's World Cup in London after Ireland sealed their place at the showpiece on Thursday.
A half-dozen men’s EY Hockey League clubs will battle on both league and Irish Senior Cup fronts while further changes are also on the horizon.
The catch-up rounds of the EY Hockey League lost to the umpires' impasse begin this weekend, making for a double-weekend for many clubs with Irish Senior Cup games on Sunday.
World Cup qualification arrived this morning as Australia ran up their inevitably huge victory over Papua New Guinea, crossing the final t and dotting the final i required to send Ireland’s women to their first event of this magnitude since 2002.
Three first-half goals saw Avoca land their first win of the Leinster women’s Division One season, leaving Glenanne frustrated at a third successive single-goal defeat.
Queen's University secured an important win over Lurgan in the weekend's top Ulster Premier league clash at Upper Malone as they defeated the reigning champions 3-2
Five teams sit on six points in men’s Leinster Division One with initial favourites Corinthian and YMCA the two sides with perfect records still intact at this early stage.
Banbridge were unable to produce the heroics of 12 months ago as they fell to slightly inflated 6-0 and 6-2 defeats to WKS Grunwald Poznan and Racing Club de Bruxelles over the weekend in Barcelona.
The Santry Avenue students edged out Pembroke to land an important win; UCD bounced back in style while no team has a perfect record anymore after Cork Harlequins, Ards and Pegasus all drew
Glenanne and Three Rock Rovers both moved up to six points in the men's EYHL thanks to their respective wins; Cork C of I were caught late on by Annadale while Pembroke and Monkstown drew too
Carl Allen pays tribute to Philip Duke who passed away this week following his untimely death; most recently, Dukie was in Valencia working with the Irish Under-21s, the latest in a myriad of roles he was involved in
All the key results from the EYHL and the Leinster and Munster Division Ones after a busy Saturday of action
The “double-goal” introduced for the Euro Hockey League added a harsher look to an already inflated scoreline as they fell 6-0 to Poland’s WKS Grunwald Poznan in their opening game in Barcelona.
With last season’s top two both losing on opening day, the second day of the women’s EY Hockey League will help give a good idea of whether a new order is developing and who can emerge from the pack.
Glenanne’s men start a new departure on Saturday as they make the move from the club’s spiritual west Dublin base to St Andrew’s College for their home games this season.
With two wins in four days, UCD’s men showed few ill-effects of their relegation to Leinster Division One, marking themselves out as one to watch this season.