The FIH this week confirmed the format for World League round three, the tournament from which Ireland will hope to earn an Olympic ticket during a wide-ranging press conference with FIH president Leandro Negre in Bhubaneswar this week
Nicholas Wilmshofer netted his second consecutive hat-trick to fire Railway to joint top of the indoor league with TRR; Clontarf recorded their first win of the indoor league with victory over a wasterful Wicklow.
After what could prove a pivotal weekend in the Leinster women’s division one season, Hermes have emerged from the pack to lead the way by five points going into the winter break; Railway II end Pembroke II's unbeaten run in women's division two
Monkstown produced a blistering show of form to crush Pembroke 5-1 at Serpentine Avenue on Saturday evening and reignite their Irish Hockey League challenge; the race for the IHL places hots up in the Leinster league while Corinthian reach Neville Cup final
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Pembroke and Monkstown will meet in their much-anticipated Irish Hockey League Pool A refixture this Saturday in Serpentine Avenue; just two ties remain in Leinster's division one with a number of matches refixed
A double weekend for four of the top five sides in women’s Leinster Division One looks set to have a huge bearing on the destination of the top four places and qualification for the expanded Irish Hockey League.
High School secured their place in the semi-finals of the Leinster schoolgirls senior Premier League with a 5-2 victory over Rathdown in their all-or-nothing tie on a dark midweek afternoon with temperatures below freezing.
Corinthian closed the gap on the top four with a 2-1 win over Rathgar on Tuesday night in their refixed tie on a cold and windy night in Whitechurch after the initial tussle rained off in early November.
Hermes went top of women’s Leinster division one with a comprehensive victory against Corinthian in St Andrew’s on Monday evening. Rosie Carrigan scored a brace in the first half, both from penalty corners, to send the home side 2-0 up at half time.
On a packed weekend of women's hockey in Leinster, Old Alex moved within three points of the top five in the league while UCD, Hermes, Pembroke and Loreto progressed their IHL hopes; Muckross stun Pembroke in the Jacqui Potter Cup with Railway also through
The race for the four automatic places in next year’s expanded Irish Hockey League saw a first major split in division one occur following YMCA’s 2-1 win over Railway Union in the Leinster senior league; three Leinster sides advance in Irish Hockey Trophy
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It’s the top half of the table versus the bottom half in men's Leinster division one, as time starts to tick on teams ambitions for the rest of the season, with some hoping for an early Christmas miracle.