Cookstown

Barbour retires after a quarter century in red

Barbour retires after a quarter century in red

July 1, 2019 | 258 views | Leave a comment

Cookstown legend Andy Barbour has called time on his time with the first team after 25 seasons playing at the top level for the Coolnafranky club.

Holcombe raid Cheevers tournament to land title in Tyrone

Holcombe raid Cheevers tournament to land title in Tyrone

September 17, 2018 | 260 views | Leave a comment

Holcombe off their pre-season by claiming the Nigel Cheevers Memorial Tournament trophy for the second time with a defiant 4-0 victory over hosts Cookstown.

Rainey and Cookstown win Nigel Cheevers Memorial

Rainey and Cookstown win Nigel Cheevers Memorial

September 5, 2017 | 334 views | Leave a comment

Rainey HC and Cookstown HC were crowned champions at the 2017 Nigel Cheevers Memorial Tournament at Steelweld Park in Cookstown on Saturday.

Cookstown land Anderson Cup for fifth time

Cookstown land Anderson Cup for fifth time

May 17, 2017 | 274 views | Leave a comment

Cookstown ended their productive season by claiming their fifth Anderson Cup title with a dominant performance at Havelock Park on Tuesday night, beating Kilkeel 5-2.

UCD second half salvo earns promotion as Cookstown go down

UCD second half salvo earns promotion as Cookstown go down

May 1, 2016 | 2,687 views | Leave a comment

Second half set piece goals from Jeremy Duncan and David Nolan sent UCD into the dreamland of the EY Hockey League as they earned promotion in Havelock Park with a 2-1 win over Cookstown whom they replace in the top tier.

Bann to give Monkstown fiery reception as men’s EY season reaches its climax

Bann to give Monkstown fiery reception as men’s EY season reaches its climax

April 29, 2016 | 1,650 views | Leave a comment

The inaugural men’s EY Hockey League season reaches its climax this weekend with the Champions Trophy at Havelock Park where the new all-Ireland champion will be decided.

Dale ends C of I’s winless streak in style; playoff race still no clearer

Dale ends C of I’s winless streak in style; playoff race still no clearer

April 9, 2016 | 2,986 views | Leave a comment

The battle for the fourth EYHL playoff place remains as close as ever with Three Rock and Pembroke drawing while Railway also drew with Annadale. Cork C of I won for the first time since October while Town confirmed their Champions Trophy spot

Cookstown and Dale draw in key relegation tie

Cookstown and Dale draw in key relegation tie

February 28, 2016 | 606 views | Leave a comment

Cookstown made it seven points from their last nine available as they picked up a 2-2 draw at Annadale in this key battle to avoid the relegation spaces.

Double-weekend set to test men’s EYHL sides’ mettle

Double-weekend set to test men’s EYHL sides’ mettle

November 13, 2015 | 2,773 views | Leave a comment

A double weekend in the men’s EY Hockey League can see plenty of momentum shifts across the board both in the top and bottom halves of the table.

Nine clubs accept invitations to expanded IHL

Nine clubs accept invitations to expanded IHL

April 8, 2015 | 1,831 views | Leave a comment

The men’s Irish Hockey League took a step closer to being realised late on Sunday evening with the news that Ulster clubs Lisnagarvey, Banbridge, Annadale and Cookstown have accepted invitations to the expanded version of the competition.

Cooks spoils Monkstown’s broth to keep five alive in Pool A; Bann, TRR and Garvey still unbeaten

Cooks spoils Monkstown’s broth to keep five alive in Pool A; Bann, TRR and Garvey still unbeaten

November 30, 2014 | 864 views | Leave a comment

Cookstown’s draw at Monkstown ups the ante for their refix with Pembroke in the Irish Hockey League with five sides still in the interest in Pool A; Banbridge, Lisnagarvey and Three Rock will contest the semi-final fight in Pool B of the competition

Bann’s Bears and Pegasus Flyers land first cups of 2014/15 season

Bann’s Bears and Pegasus Flyers land first cups of 2014/15 season

September 1, 2014 | 332 views | Leave a comment

Banbridge Bears and the Pegasus Flyers claimed the first trophies of the Irish hockey club season in Havelock Park on Sunday as they won the Anderson Cup and McCausland, Light and Rankin Cup, respectively.

Six Leinster sides progress to Irish Senior quarters

Six Leinster sides progress to Irish Senior quarters

December 1, 2013 | 887 views | Leave a comment

The men’s Irish Senior Cup quarter-finals will be populated by a glut of Leinster sides as they won out against Ulster opposition in the majority of the last 16 ties on Saturday afternoon

Town hold Leinster hopes in men’s Irish Hockey League finale

Town hold Leinster hopes in men’s Irish Hockey League finale

May 3, 2013 | 401 views | Comments (5)

Having been nearly men for a number of years, Monkstown enter the Irish Hockey League finals weekend in Grange Road hoping to confirm that they have well and truly arrived.

Banbridge and Monkstown through to men’s IHL semi-finals with week to spare

Banbridge and Monkstown through to men’s IHL semi-finals with week to spare

April 21, 2013 | 163 views | Leave a comment

Lee Cole’s late winner saw Monkstown land the first semi-final berth in Pool A as his side saw off Cookstown 2-1; the Co Tyrone side are almost there but Annadale could still pip them; Banbridge cruised through with Lisnagarvey likely to join them

Men’s final four places to be sealed this weekend

Men’s final four places to be sealed this weekend

April 19, 2013 | 129 views | Leave a comment

While last week’s double weekend was the making or breaking of many teams, Saturday’s fourth round is likely to see some men’s Irish Hockey League final four tickets nailed down.

Ames and Sloan confirm English intentions

Ames and Sloan confirm English intentions

January 3, 2013 | 879 views | Comments (73)

David Ames and Ian Sloan became the third and fourth Ulster players to switch allegiances from Ireland to England in recent times, following in the footsteps of Mark Gleghorne and Iain Lewers.

Cork C of I and Cookstown claim festive crowns

Cork C of I and Cookstown claim festive crowns

December 26, 2012 | 269 views | Leave a comment

Cork C of I made it three in-a-row in the Peard Cup at Harlequins’ Farmer’s Cross home; Cookstown picked up a surprisingly comfortable 3-1 win over Irish Hockey League champions Lisnagarvey to land their fifth Kirk Cup title

Blakeney’s five the highlight of big Leinster performance in men’s senior cup

Blakeney’s five the highlight of big Leinster performance in men’s senior cup

November 4, 2012 | 165 views | Comments (1)

Leinster will make up five of the last eight men’s Irish Senior Cup entrants on a day when a number of sides raided Ulster with success

Leinster/Ulster tussles to find new IHL champ

Leinster/Ulster tussles to find new IHL champ

May 4, 2012 | 193 views | Comments (4)

The men’s Irish Hockey League will have a new champion this weekend as the final four of Lisnagarvey, Cookstown, Monkstown and YMCA vye for the ultimate prize in Hillsborough this weekend.