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Browne and O’Connor nick last ditch draws for UCD and Glenanne

Browne and O’Connor nick last ditch draws for UCD and Glenanne

September 25, 2016 | 1,715 views | Leave a comment

Drama galore late in the day at both Belfield and Glenanne Park as UCD and Glenanne nabbed late draws in the closing minutes; Lisnagarvey thump Railway; Monkstown go two from two and Cork C of I ease by Pembroke

Promoted UCD and Inst push playoff sides close but secure no points on opening day

Promoted UCD and Inst push playoff sides close but secure no points on opening day

September 25, 2016 | 1,701 views | Comments (3)

The two promoted sides Inst and UCD pushed last season’s playoff teams Pembroke and Lisnagarvey all the way but ended up without points; Monkstown won handily as did Railway while Banbridge won a thriller against Three Rock

Cork C of I – Men’s EYHL preview

Cork C of I – Men’s EYHL preview

September 22, 2016 | 1,272 views | Comments (1)

Former C of I player Neil Welch is back at the coaching helm having coached UCC for the past five seasons; he previously coached the team from 2005 to 2008.

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 | 3,241 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

C of I see off reigning champs to claim fifth IJC title

C of I see off reigning champs to claim fifth IJC title

April 3, 2016 | 1,887 views | Leave a comment

A supremely composed second half, capped by thumping goals from Richard Lynch and Bernhard Fohrmann, saw Cork C of I land the men’s Irish Junior Cup for the fifth time, seeing off reigning champions Monkstown 2-0 at Belfield.

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

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

November 13, 2015 | 4,953 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.

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 | 411 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 | 341 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.

Cork C of I and Cookstown claim festive crowns

Cork C of I and Cookstown claim festive crowns

December 26, 2012 | 528 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

Leinster sides on IHL comeback trail

Leinster sides on IHL comeback trail

April 13, 2012 | 346 views | Leave a comment

After five months of domestic competition, the Irish Hockey League returns on Saturday with most of Leinster’s men’s entrants in the chasers roles after Ulster sides shaded the first three rounds of competition.

Reigning champs fall as Pembroke, Glens and Railway push forth

Reigning champs fall as Pembroke, Glens and Railway push forth

November 13, 2011 | 463 views | Comments (6)

Both of last season’s finalists fell by the wayside in round two of the Irish Senior Cup as Cookstown and Monkstown came out the worse for wear from provincial derbies.

Leinster mens IHL dreams all take knocks

Leinster mens IHL dreams all take knocks

November 6, 2011 | 428 views | Comments (3)

A rough day for Leinster sides in the Irish Hockey League as all five men’s representatives were beaten to dent progression chances going into the winter break in proceedings

YM and Annadale pick of ISC first round ties

YM and Annadale pick of ISC first round ties

August 4, 2011 | 319 views | Comments (4)

Annadale and YMCA is the sole all-IHL tie to be drawn together in the men’s Irish Senior Cup first round which will be played on October 8; On the women’s side, all three provincial champions have picked up byes

Judgement day for men’s IHL hopefuls

Judgement day for men’s IHL hopefuls

March 18, 2011 | 365 views | Comments (13)

With Lisnagarvey winning 3-1 in Cookstown on Thursday night, their home tie with Corinthian is very much the key tie on the men’s IHL Pool A’s judgement day. Four sides, meanwhile, are in the mix in Pool B

Leinster quartet move into IHL playoff places

Leinster quartet move into IHL playoff places

March 14, 2011 | 422 views | Comments (3)

In stark contrast to the Irish Senior Cup, Leinster sides currently occupy all of the men’s IHL playoff places after a weekend which saw Monkstown, YM, Corinthian and Glenanne win with only Pembroke faltering

Half dozen on edge of IHL elimination

Half dozen on edge of IHL elimination

March 11, 2011 | 4,833 views | Comments (4)

Pronounced splits between top and bottom halves of the men’s IHL tables have the chance to be wedged further apart as the top three in each group will face a side less well off on Saturday.

Bulls trample on Badger set but Chiefs routed

Bulls trample on Badger set but Chiefs routed

February 12, 2011 | 364 views | Comments (32)

Clontarf continued their awesome recent form to make it into the final four of the Irish Hockey Trophy, the last Leinster team standing after the Rathgar Chiefs were trumped by UCC. Also includes ISC, IJC, IHT and IHC results

Ulster stun Leinster leaders to dominate quarters draw

Ulster stun Leinster leaders to dominate quarters draw

January 30, 2011 | 464 views | Comments (4)

Just two Leinster sides remain standing in the men’s Irish Senior Cup as Ulster sides Lisnagarvey and Annadale raided Dublin to ensure there will be a new Irish entrant in the EuroHockey League in the 2011/12 season.

Passing of Chambers marks sad day for Irish hockey

Passing of Chambers marks sad day for Irish hockey

November 15, 2010 | 716 views | Comments (9)

The tragic passing of Andrew Chambers will forever be the abiding memory on Saturday afternoon as the results of  the first round of the Irish Senior Cup became a mere footnote on a sad day for the sport in the country.

Butler ends Pembroke Irish Senior reign

Butler ends Pembroke Irish Senior reign

January 30, 2010 | 310 views | Leave a comment

Stephen Butler’s 54th minute corner strike ended Pembroke’s two-year reign as Irish Senior Cup champions at Serpentine Avenue and advance to the last eight of the competition. The fixture will scarcely make it into the pantheon of great ties between the sides with a total of 14 time-stoppages in play – only two for injury […]