Cups

Irish Senior Cup draw format adjusted for 2018/19 season

Irish Senior Cup draw format adjusted for 2018/19 season

September 7, 2018 | 920 views | Leave a comment

The Irish Senior Cup will move away from the open draw format this season, reverting back to the tiered entry-format which was in vogue around 15 years ago.

“Hidden gem” Nidge no longer an Irish secret weapon

“Hidden gem” Nidge no longer an Irish secret weapon

August 11, 2018 | 1,396 views | Leave a comment

In one of Craig Fulton’s last games in charge of the Irish men, he witnessed fine goalkeeping displays from David Fitzgerald and Jamie Carr in a 2-1 win over Germany in the absence of David Harte.

Glens fast start ends 23-year wait in a perfect weekend

Glens fast start ends 23-year wait in a perfect weekend

April 15, 2018 | 280 views | Leave a comment

Glenanne produced an excellent first half performance to win the men’s Irish Junior Cup for the third time, ending a 23-year wait to win back the trophy, making it one of the biggest weekend’s in their club history.

Rovers return ISC as penalty corner machine proves crucial

Rovers return ISC as penalty corner machine proves crucial

April 8, 2018 | 571 views | Leave a comment

Three Rock Rovers’ penalty corner machine saw them land the Irish Senior Cup for the 11th time as Luke Madeley struck three times from the set piece to see off Pembroke 5-2 at Belfield.

UCD show their class to sweep to another ISC crown

UCD show their class to sweep to another ISC crown

April 8, 2018 | 432 views | Leave a comment

UCD swept to the women’s Irish Senior Cup title – their fourth in seven years – with an excellent 4-0 win over Pegasus as they proved too strong for the Ulster side at Belfield

Pembroke to face TRR while UCD defend title against Pegs

Pembroke to face TRR while UCD defend title against Pegs

April 8, 2018 | 853 views | Leave a comment

Pembroke will face Three Rock Rovers in the men’s Irish Senior Cup final while holders UCD will take on Pegasus in the women’s decider following Saturday’s semi-finals.

Bandon finally bring home Irish Hockey Trophy title

Bandon finally bring home Irish Hockey Trophy title

April 7, 2018 | 510 views | Comments (1)

Bandon won the men’s Irish Hockey Trophy at the fourth attempt, eventually beating Portrane in a shoot-out at Belfield in the final after defeats at the last hurdle in 2014, 2015 and 2016.

Meagher magic helps NUIG prevail in IHC decider

Meagher magic helps NUIG prevail in IHC decider

April 7, 2018 | 411 views | Leave a comment

A stunning second half performance saw NUIG seconds race to the women’s Irish Hockey Challenge title as they proved too strong for 2016 champions Blackrock at Belfield.

Institute snatch shoot-out chance with glee for Trophy glory

Institute snatch shoot-out chance with glee for Trophy glory

April 7, 2018 | 380 views | Leave a comment

Catholic Institute held their nerve in a shoot-out to beat Mossley and land the Irish Hockey Trophy title for the second time, snatching the title when it looked all but lost with five minutes left of normal time.

Glens, TRR, Pembroke and Garvey all looking to end ISC wait

Glens, TRR, Pembroke and Garvey all looking to end ISC wait

April 6, 2018 | 588 views | Leave a comment

The current men’s EY Hockey League top four in the league are all present and correct for the Irish Senior Cup semi-finals as Glenanne take on Three Rock Rovers while Pembroke face Lisnagarvey.

Senior Cup reaches rapid-fire conclusion as Alex boost hopes of place on national stage

Senior Cup reaches rapid-fire conclusion as Alex boost hopes of place on national stage

April 6, 2018 | 438 views | Leave a comment

The women’s Irish Senior Cup reaches a swift conclusion over the weekend with UCD facing Loreto at Santry Avenue and Belfast Harlequins meeting Pegasus, making for a Leinster/Ulster decider

Hinch quality eventually pays dividends in IHC final

Hinch quality eventually pays dividends in IHC final

March 26, 2018 | 400 views | Leave a comment

Two goals in three minutes saw Ballynahinch eventually break through against Catholic Institute to land the Irish Hockey Challenge title for the second time in their history.

McKenna the creative force as Railway retain IJC

McKenna the creative force as Railway retain IJC

March 26, 2018 | 671 views | Leave a comment

Railway Union’s experience prevailed as their combinaton of decorated senior players and talented young guns proved too strong for UCD in the women’s Irish Junior Cup final, retaining the crown for a second successive season.

Enniscorthy make Leinster breakthrough in Potter Plate

Enniscorthy make Leinster breakthrough in Potter Plate

March 20, 2018 | 316 views | Leave a comment

March 17th 2018 will go down in the annals of Irish rugby as the day the historic third men’s Grand Slam was secured, but a small corner of Dublin will also hold a place in the record books for Enniscorthy

Rovers eventually pull clear of Reds

Rovers eventually pull clear of Reds

March 17, 2018 | 788 views | Leave a comment

Three Rock Rovers’ midfield eventually over-ran Corinthian to get a handle on the Leinster Senior Mills Cup for the second time in five years at Grange Road, their fourth piece of silverware already this season.

Railway young guns retain Jacqui Potter Cup crown

Railway young guns retain Jacqui Potter Cup crown

March 17, 2018 | 868 views | Leave a comment

Railway Union’s young guns produced a superb performance to beat UCD in the Jacqui Potter Cup final for the second year running, notching up a 3-0 win at Grange Road and their fifth success in the competition.

Final fever in Leinster and Munster with eight titles up for grabs

Final fever in Leinster and Munster with eight titles up for grabs

March 16, 2018 | 617 views | Leave a comment

Its final fantasy time in Leinster and Munster with five finals set to take place at Grange Road on Saturday while there is a tranche of important showdowns in Munster and a trio of Irish Senior Cup quarter-finals on the card.

Railway end North Kildare’s fairytale Jacqui Potter run

Railway end North Kildare’s fairytale Jacqui Potter run

March 13, 2018 | 539 views | Leave a comment

Second half goals from Niamh Carey and Jodie Douglas saw Railway Union put an end to North Kildare’s groundbreaking run in the Jacqui Potter Cup as they won through to Saturday’s final with a 2-0 win.

Loreto knock Railway off track; UCD fight back at Lurgan

Loreto knock Railway off track; UCD fight back at Lurgan

February 25, 2018 | 568 views | Leave a comment

Siofra O’Brien’s early goal proved enough for Loreto to join Pegasus and UCD in the Irish Senior Cup semi-finals while Belfast Harlequins advanced to the quarters.

Belfast Quins and Pembroke hope to finally beat the frost

Belfast Quins and Pembroke hope to finally beat the frost

February 23, 2018 | 401 views | Leave a comment

After almost three months, Belfast Harlequins and Pembroke will hope they can finally get the go-ahead for their Irish Senior Cup second round date at Deramore Park.