After nine warm-up matches in 2015 already, Craig Fulton’s Irish senior men formally start their Olympic qualifying bid at Chula Vista in California at the World League round two, needing a top three finish to keep their road to Rio on course.
Alexandra College will face St Gerard’s in the Leinster Schoolgirls Senior Cup final on Thursday, March 5 after they fought their way through semi-finals at Grange Road this afternoon against Loreto St Stephen's Green and Holy Child, Killiney respectively.
In the end, getting over the line proved a slightly drawn out affair but Pembroke II claimed the Leinster women’s division two title on Sunday, surviving a dramatic last gasp corner to draw 0-0 with Old Alex II.
A last minute winner from Jazze Henry saw Monkstown beat YMCA 2-1 and move a step closer to winning Leinster's division one; TRR and Railway tie in dramatic fashion; Pembroke land IHL place while Rathgar and Glenanne also win; Town IIs also progress title hopes
Hermes will face the Ulster Elks in the final of the women’s Irish Senior Cup following their victories over Cork Harlequins and Railway Union, respectively, in contrasting ties; Loreto, Pembroke and UCD all won in division one
Hermes will face the Ulster Elks in the women's Irish Senior Cup Final; Monkstown and Pembroke on the men's side and UCD on the women's became the first sides to qualify for next season's Irish Hockey League; here's all the key results from today's action
The first national finalists of the 2014/15 season will become known on Saturday afternoon as Leinster leaders Hermes and Railway Union hit the road for the Irish Senior Cup semi-finals to meet Cork Harlequins and Ulster Elks, respectively.
Pembroke’s women are set travel to Minsk in May for the EuroHockey Club Champions Trophy in the wake of Railway Union’s decision to withdraw from the competition due to a large unavailability of players.
Enniskerry native Emma Russell has added another award to her collection in the US as she was one of four members of the Syracuse University team to be named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Team.
YMCA won the Under-14 Tommy O’Sullivan Indoor Cup title for the second time in three years last week in Donabate Portrane Community Centre in great style, going unbeaten over the course of the competition.
The men’s Irish Junior Cup semi-final picture cleared up to some extent with Monkstown II and Lisnagarvey II confirming their spots in the final four while Annadale and Cookstown moved into the quarter-finals over the weekend.
Railway Union and Pembroke go into the women’s Irish Junior Cup semi-final draw along with Queen’s University and Bandon following this weekend’s quarter-finals. Pembroke II look all but certain of landing the women’s division two league after another confident performance
Hermes get huge boost in women's Leinster Division One title push as Railway and Pembroke tie; Loreto squeeze past North Kildare while Glenanne and Corinthian play out stalemate while UCD pick off strong win over Old Alex; Railway and Hermes into JP semi-finals
Monkstown moved within touching distance of retaining the Leinster men's division one with a narrow 2-1 win over Three Rock; they are six clear of Pembroke who drew with Glenanne; YM beat Corinthian 3-0 while Avoca were 7-1 winners over Rathgar