UCD won the only men’s EYHL tie on the agenda at a canter; Clontarf were in divine form in Leinster Division One; round-up of the men’s weekend action
It’s Irish Senior Cup quarter-final day for the men on Saturday while there are Leinster Division One and indoor league ties also on the agenda
The two Cork sides lead the men’s EYHL Division 2 groups at the halfway stage after Cork C of I and Harlequins’ home wins on Saturday; Dublin North land their second win of the season
Monkstown closed the gap to two points on Lisnagarvey on a day of high drama; TRR and Banbridge moved up while Corinthian and Pembroke drew on day seven of the men’s EYHL
With Christmas rapidly closing in, it is a huge weekend with the last round of the men’s EYHL and EYHL2 before Christmas, the fifth round of the women’s EYHL as well as lots of Leinster league and Irish Junior Cup action on the agenda.
Lisnagarvey, Monkstown, Three Rock Rovers and Banbridge all picked up wins on day six of the men’s EY Hockey League to strengthen their place in the top half of the table.
Last year’s EY Champions Trophy finalists Loreto and Pegasus face off at Beaufort in a big early season women’s EYHL battle with the hosts looking to end the Ulster side’s perfect record.
Lisnagarvey extended their lead at the top; Monkstown moved up to second with big win over Three Rock while YM continued their upward curve at Annadale; UCD vs Pembroke and Glenanne vs Corinthian ended in draws
Cork C of I are the sole men’s EYHL2 side left with an unbeaten record; Pool B saw draws all round while Rathgar and Kilkenny won in Leinster
Lisnagarvey continued their imperious form as they ended UCD’s unbeaten streak; YM and Banbridge got their first wins while Monkstown and Three Rock won too
Women’s EYHL – day one round-up Catholic Institute 3 (N Carroll 2, R Begley) Muckross 3 (K Baker, A O’Flanagan, N Keegan) Muckross denied Catholic Institute a winning start to life in the women’s EYHL in the closing stages as the Dublin 4 side’s newcomers made their mark. Insta led 2-0 early on courtesy of […]
The women’s EY Hockey League clubs will hope the euphoria of last weekend’s Olympic qualifiers in Energia Park can filter through to the premier domestic competition which gets underway on Saturday.
Cork’s Harlequins and C of I and Ulster duo Instonians and Cookstown all won by narrow margins to get off to strong starts in men’s EY Hockey League Division Two.
On a dramatic day three in the men’s EY Hockey League, Lisnagarvey scored six times in the second half against Three Rock, Corinthian got their first EYHL win, UCD kept their 100% record while Glenanne and Town won too
A mammoth 37 goals in five men’s EY Hockey League games marked an explosive day two of the competition with Lisnagarvey, Three Rock Rovers, UCD and Pembroke cashing in.
UCD’s credentials face a double test on the second weekend of the men’s EY Hockey League with Dublin derbies against YMCA and Glenanne.
Newly promoted UCD got the better of Three Rock; Lisnagarvey hit Pembroke for six; Brownlow strikes late for 3-2 win over YM; Corinthian draw with Annadale while Town tie with Bann
The men’s EY Hockey League is back with a bang after a busy summer with plenty of high profile players and coaches making moves around the island and beyond.
EY Ireland announced it will continue its sponsorship of Hockey Ireland’s highest level of domestic competition – the EY Hockey League – for a further three years.
Hockey Ireland has confirmed the new rule changes to the domestic game which will take effect from 1st August 2019. These changes will be introduced at all levels of adult hockey and there will some impact for the grassroots of hockey.