Five former Kate Russell All-Ireland Championship winners from the past decade will convene in Booterstown on Thursday and Friday to try and win back the biggest prize in schoolgirls hockey with Sporting Limerick live-streaming every second.
Kate McKenna’s goal out of nothing continued Railway Union’s dominance in the Jacqui Potter Cup as they won for the sixth time in nine years, making it four trophies in one day for the Park Avenue club.
Pegasus extended their lead at the top of the women's EYHL table as they benefited from Belfast Harlequins' excellent comeback draw against Loreto; Ards made a big move as Cork Harlequins strengthen their playoff place
Lisnagarvey took advantage of a Glenanne and Banbridge's draw to move to the head of the men's EYHL as Rovers moved into the top four for the first time in 2019; Monkstown ran up another impressive victory with a 7-1 win over YMCA
Adam Walker’s pair of pacy drag-flicks saw Wesley come from a goal down to beat St Andrew’s and land the Leinster Schoolboys Junior Cup title at Grange Road; round-up of the latest results from the schoolboys season
Wallace High kept on course for a rare Ulster schoolboy hockey double success on Wednesday when they defeated Banbridge Academy 4-1 at Lisnagarvey to book their place in the John Minnis Estate Agents Burney Cup final, writes John Flack.