Men’s EY Hockey League Cork C of I 2 (D Lynch, J Jermyn) Annadale 3 (R Burgess 3) Ryan Burgess scored twice in the last six minutes to propel Annadale to a third win of the season, cruelly denying Cork C of I the points from a tie they led twice but ended up with […]
Eight EY Hockey League teams will make their entry to the Irish Senior Cup in the rejigged format this weekend against six regional contenders, bidding to join Glenanne in the last eight.
In a season packed with them already, Pembroke produced their biggest one yet as they came from 3-0 to beat YMCA 5-3 at Serpentine Avenue, scoring four times in the last 14 minutes.
Loreto and Pegasus extended their advantage over the chasers with impressive wins on Saturday on day seven of the women’s EY Hockey League; UCD drew while Pembroke and Cork Harlequins made strong moves up the table
With Ireland’s senior men concluding their World Cup warm-up programme on Monday in the Netherlands, there is another limited series of top-line matches on offer.
With Ireland’s senior men in Belgium continuing their World Cup preparations, just two men’s EY Hockey League matches were on the agenda with Glenanne and Pembroke making big moves.
Glenanne have the chance to move into first place when they host Annadale at St Andrew’s in one of just two men’s EY Hockey League ties on the agenda.
Loreto moved into a share of the lead with victory at Pegasus; UCD are third with Old Alex, Pembroke and Cork Harlequins all making positive moves on week five of the women’s EYHL
UCD got a crucial away win at Bandon in men’s EYHL2, keeping them top alongside Railway Union in Pool 1; Corinthian recorded a thumping 5-2 win over Inst while Kilkeel won at UCC
Glenanne fought back three times to keep up their unbeaten record, denying YMCA their first win in the men’s EY Hockey League; Cork C of I, meanwhile, shared the spoils with Cookstown
Matters at the bottom of the men’s EY Hockey League, for the most part, take centre stage this weekend as the schedule is trimmed to two games due to the international series in Valencia.
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Banbridge moved four points clear at the top of the men’s EYHL; Glenanne leap-frog TRR; Lisnagarvey, Pembroke and Annadale all get back to winning ways
Banbridge and Three Rock Rovers moved into the top two spots in midweek with their hard-fought wins over Annadale and Monkstown, respectively, ahead of a big weekend in the men’s EY Hockey League.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.