Crescent College Comprehensive became the first Munster side to win the Kate Russell All-Ireland Schoolgirls Championships since 2006 when they beat Salerno 4-0 on Friday afternoon in Galway on goal difference.
Cork C of I reached the final for the first time since 1999 as they scored a perfect five from five penalties to win a shoot-out with Railway Union; Banbridge proved too good for Pembroke as they ran out 4-0 winners in the second semi-final
Cork C of I and Banbridge will contest their first Irish Senior Cup of this millennium following their wins today; Clontarf and Bandon are through in the men's IHT while Cork C of I and Galway are in the women's equivalent; here's Saturday's key results
A sixth different men’s Irish Senior Cup champions in six years will be declared on Sunday as Railway Union, Cork C of I, Banbridge and Pembroke lock horns in the final four at Belfield; Fingal and Clontarf battle for IHT final spot; four LHA finals up for grabs
An Ulster Hockey SGM last night voted in favour of Motion 1, namely that “Ulster Clubs continue to support the UHU structures going forward into 2015/16”, with 57.5% supporting the motion as opposed to 42.5% in favour of supporting the full IHL passed last October at an IHA meeting.
Ireland’s women put in a breathtaking first half performance to seal progression to the final phase of the Olympic qualifying process as they beat Belarus 7-0 at the UDG Healthcare World League Round 2 in Belfield.
Irish Hockey Association acting chairman Rob Johnson has written directly to the constituent members in Ulster to “assist your understanding of the new full season IHL and the critical importance of the IHA remaining as a united family".
Muckross Park closed out their season in some style last Friday when they won the Schoolgirls Senior Plate final with a 7-0 win against Mount Sackville with joint captains Sophie Barnwell and Molly Cole lifting the trophy.
The Irish women's and men's masters have put out the call for anyone interested in taking part in this year's interprovincial series to come along to training sessions this Sunday as they build toward the tournament on April 17 to 19
Most eyes will be on Serpentine Avenue as the battle for the final Irish Hockey League semi-final place will be played out by Pembroke and Instonians, bidding to join Three Rock Rovers and all-but-qualified reigning champions Monkstown in the final four.