Three Rock Rovers captain Ali Haughton is looking forward to leading his club out in front of a fervent home support next weekend as they host the Tilman Brewin Dolphin EuroHockey Club Champions Trophy from May 22 to May 25.
Andy Smyth has named a panel of 18 players for the Under-18 boys European championships in Santander from July 19 to 25.
Two final quarter goals saw UCD fall out of touch with Surbiton, ultimately falling 4-1 to the English champions, meaning they finished sixth in the EuroHockey Club Champions Cup in Bilthoven last Monday.
UCD ladies will finish in Ireland’s best position in the EuroHockey Club Champions Cup since Randalstown in 1995 no matter what the outcome of their tie with English champions Surbiton on Monday.
UCD coach Jonathan Harte admitted he was “raging” as his side were denied an equaliser in contentious fashion as they fell 2-1 to Rot Weiss Koln in their EuroHockey Club Champions Cup in Bilthoven; a frustrating tie in which the students held sway for long periods in most facets bar the scoreboard
UCD face probably their most illustrious opposition in their competitive hockey history when they take on KTHC Rot-Weiss Köln in Bilthoven, the Netherlands on Good Friday in the quarter-finals of the EuroHockey Club Champions Cup.
Kyle Good played a big role in the most eye-catching performance of the current Euro Hockey League season, netting twice as his Dragons team dismantled reigning champions Harvestehuder THC in breathtaking fashion.
Shane O’Donoghue, David Harte and Kyle Good will fly the Irish flag this week at the Euro Hockey League, the world’s premier club competition, in Bloemendaal as the KO16 and FINAL4 events get underway.
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.
Monkstown’s EHL journey came to an end with plenty of perspiration but they could not find the inspiration to pull off a result against one of the stand-out sides in Barcelona this weekend.
Check out the highlights of Monkstown vs Racing Club de France along with all the other action from day one of the EHL in Barcelona
A tentative first half performance cost Monkstown dear as they lost their maiden Euro Hockey League tie to Racing Club de France 2-1 in Barcelona this afternoon in blazing heat.
“The Big Man” David Harte is looking for his Kampong side to make amends after a bittersweet debut season in the Euro Hockey League last time around.
After a couple of breakthrough seasons, Monkstown reach the pinnacle of the club game in Europe this weekend when they debut in the Euro Hockey League in Barcelona.
Three Rock Rovers have been awarded the hosting rights for the men’s EuroHockey Club Champions trophy, the second highest tier of club hockey on the continent, with the tournament taking place from May 22 to 25, 2015.
In a whistle-stop highlights tour around a couple of games in the Netherlands and Belgium last weekend, David Harte enjoyed the most fruitful weekend with a clean sheet in Kampong’s 3-0 win over Rotterdam in the Dutch Hoofdklasse’s opening game of the season.
Andy McConnell has told hoofdklassehockey.nl he is hoping his club, Hurley, can achieve a level of stability in this year’s Dutch top division following an excellent 2013/14 season.
Video highlights of Racing Club de Bruxelle’s Irish troupe, comprising Chris Cargo, Conor Harte and Alan Sothern, salvaging a last gasp draw against EHL-bound Daring, the side that beat them to third place in the Belgian league last year on day one of the Honour Division
Monkstown’s EuroHockey League opponents Daring have shown some impressive preseason form over the weekend with wins over both Bloemendaal and Oranje Zwart.
Monkstown will meet Belgium’s third place finishers Daring and French runners-up Racing Club de France in round one of the rejigged Euro Hockey League in Barcelona with just one side to progress to round two.