Alexander Cox has rung the changes in the Irish men’s squad for the next stage in the Olympic qualifying process – June’s FIH Series Finals in Le Touquet, France – with six changes from December’s World Cup line-up.
Having won six trophies for a second successive season, the old hands around Grange Road were struggling to recall a run of results quite like it as they signed off their season with Irish Senior Cup glory, their sixth trophy of the season
New potential stars will get their chance to shine as the women’s Irish Senior Cup final will see both Cork Harlequins and Loreto shorn of some of their biggest names for the showdown at Grange Road on Saturday (1.30pm).
A forceful contingent of the Three Rock Rovers trophy-gathering machine are hoping to sign off with one more victory before heading for pastures new as they meet Lisnagarvey in the men's Irish Senior Cup final on Saturday (3.45pm, Grange Road)
UCD and Loreto hope to continue Leinster control of women’s Champs Trophy as Pegs plan without McCay
UCD and Loreto will both be hoping to be the side to continue Leinster clubs’ dominance in the women’s EY Champions Trophy with the title remaining in the province since its inauguration in 2016 with Pegasus and Cork Harlequins looking to break that run.
When you are hosting a party, the last thing you want is to have to leave early while the rest of the guests enjoy themselves and that's the case with Banbridge this weekend as they prepare for the Champions Trophy event at Havelock Park.