Dublin North got off the mark in men’s Leinster Division One as they fought back in the Fingal derby to beat Portrane 4-2 in Donabate.
Irish rugby international Paula Fitzpatrick showed her value to Glenanne as she scored a hat trick to make it two wins from two in women’s Leinster Division One at a very wet St Andrew’s against Avoca.
Abbie Russell’s first half double earned UCD a fine win over Loreto; Aine Connery’s hat trick saw Alex continue their good start; Pegasus stay top; Pembroke and Cork Quins off the mark
Banbridge eked out a one-point lead at the top as Pembroke and Lisnagarvey both lost; Glenanne remain unbeaten with superb second half show as Rovers and Monkstown win too
Queen's, Corinthian and Monkstown all made it two wins from two while Catholic Institute won their opening tie as women's EYHL2 heats up.
The opening day of Pool A and B of the newly introduced EY Hockey League Division 2 produced two wildly contrasting ties with the former characterised by two close-run battles while Pool B saw big scorelines.
Pembroke and Cork Harlequins got off the mark in the women's EYHL; Banbridge went clear at the top in the men's while there was a full boat of EYHL2 action; here's the key results
Dave Passmore has named a number of extensive selections as the Irish Under-21 women set their sights on next July’s Junior European Championships in Valencia.
Loreto Foxrock started the new schoolgirls Premier League season in ominous form as they ran up an impressive 5-0 win over St Gerard’s on the opening day of the campaign.
The men’s EY Hockey League Division 2 hits the stage for the first time this weekend with eight hopefuls in the line-up.
Three Rock Rovers return to domestic action following their success at the Euro Hockey League ROUND1 in Barcelona, winning through to the KO16 on goal difference.
It's often said that there's no substitute for playing and Vanessa Beattie (formerly Surgeoner) is living proof of the old adage, having been forced to take a year out as she bids to recover from injury.
Pegasus and Loreto maintained their perfect starts to the women’s EY Hockey League season with strong wins in Dublin to lead the way in the division at this early stage.
Three sides share top spot at the head of the men’s EY Hockey League after three games with the last two perfect records falling by the wayside and all clubs off the mark in terms of points.
A busy day saw no side keep their men's EYHL 100% record in place while all sides now have a point; Loreto and Pegasus shine in women's EYHL; check the full scores from there and all the cups
Luke Madeley’s equaliser with 70 seconds to go earned Three Rock Rovers a 1-1 draw with Junior FC at the Euro Hockey League in Barcelona, giving them a chance at qualifying for the KO16.
The women’s EY Hockey League’s early phases feature another series of intriguing ties with Pembroke’s second away day to Ulster in succession a highlight.
Banbridge and Lisnagarvey clash head-on at Comber Road in the most intriguing tie in round three of the EY Irish Hockey League on Saturday, writes John Flack.
Roisin Upton showed what an impact she can have for her original club as she took just six minutes to score in Catholic Institute’s thumping 5-1 win over UCC; Munster team by team preview
Trinity started off their campaign with an emphatic 6-0 success – built on five second half goals – over Genesis at St Raphaela’s, bouncing back quickly form their 2-1 defeat on the opening day of EYHL2.
Dave Egner will have seriously split loyalties this weekend as Cork Harlequins face UCC; here's an overview of the Munster men's Division One teams and their weekend ahead.
Kilkenny’s men continued their flying start to Leinster Division One with a 3-1 win over Trinity, backing it up with a midweek 5-1 win over Bray in the Neville Cup, keeping their perfect start rolling.
Three Rock Rovers produced the biggest win by an Irish club in Euro Hockey League history as they smashed Racing Club de France 6-0, giving them a great shot at reaching the KO16 in Barcelona.