On the second day of national cup finals at Belfield this weekend, UCD II and Pembroke II took home the Irish Junior Cup titles while Limerick closed out a lively weekend with a comeback win against Portrush
Munster's Cork C of I and Clonakilty made it a memorable day for clubs from the southern province as they won the women's Irish Hockey Trophy and Challenge titles respectively while Newry closed out a stunning season with their third title of 2013/14
The Irish Hockey League wildcard playoffs looks set to be a fraught affair for Old Alex this weekend with just one place left in the 2014/15 competition with four teams vying for it; six IHA finals also take place over the course of Saturday and Sunday
Ireland's men play England this evening and tomorrow morning in two challenge matches as part of their build-up to the Champions Challenge I in Malaysia in what will be Craig Fulton's first game in charge.
Relive the best bits from last Sunday's Irish Hockey League finals at Havelock Park with thanks to Guy Robbins' highlights package; camera work from Rick Robbins, commentary from Rob Abbott and Donal O'Mearain
Peter Caruth timed his return to action perfectly as his double strike powered Monkstown to the Irish Hockey League title, seeing off Havelock Park hosts Banbridge in the final for the second year running.
UCD completed Irish hockey's elite double in dramatic fashion at Havelock Park, prevailing against reigning champions Railway Union on penalties to add the Irish Hockey League title to the Senior Cup crown they won last month.
Kyle Good's sublimely taken finish two minutes into silver goal extra time dashed Three Rock's hopes of an IHL/ISC double, keeping alive the Glenageary club's dream of retaining the title as they edged the battle of Leinster's top two.
Railway's hopes of a fourth IHL title in five years prevail as Rachel Barnett made three crucial saves at the latter end of their penalty shoot-out with Pegasus, allowing Sinead Dooley to slot the winning effort in the second semi-final.