Such is the leeway on goal difference, it would be truly remarkable is Corinthian’s tie with Dublin University is not a procession to the Leinster Division One crown.
Lisnagarvey scored a massive win in the men’s EYHL title chase as they beat Glenanne to end the day with a four point lead at the top of the table; Cork C of I’s Sunday win has them right back in the mix in their bid to avoid the relegation spot
With the semi-finalists already confirmed, who will play who was the name of the game in EYHL Division 2 this weekend with Corinthian facing Railway Union and UCD meeting Instonians the outcome on Saturday evening.
Pegasus got the result they needed to win the women’s EYHL title in style; Lisnagarvey took a massive step toward the men’s crown with a big win over Glenanne; here are the big results from the weekend’s action
Lisnagarvey will be aiming to repeat last Sunday’s Irish Senior Cup win over Glenanne to make a massive step toward a second EYHL title; Corinthian, meanwhile, took a big jump toward the Leinster Division One crown
Cork C of I scored a big win over Cookstown to keep their chances of staying in the EYHL alive; the top four all won, too, to strengthen their places in the Champions Trophy playoffs
For Cookstown and Cork C of I, the two clubs face a pivotal day in their respective relegation battles as they face off against each other at Steelweld Park on Saturday for the second time in six weeks.
The latest twist in the men’s EY Hockey League title chase saw Lisnagarvey move three points clear at the top with Banbridge in pursuit and Glenanne and Three Rock Rovers waiting in the wings.
The men’s EYHL weekend faces the intriguing prospect of four rematches seven days after they met in the reverse fixtures, an opportunity for coaches and video analysts to test their mettle.
Lisnagarvey took advantage of a Glenanne and Banbridge’s draw to move to the head of the men’s EYHL as Rovers moved into the top four for the first time in 2019; Monkstown ran up another impressive victory with a 7-1 win over YMCA
Glenanne face a monster weekend as the EYHL leaders host Banbridge on Saturday before they endeavour to win back the Mills Cup on Sunday from Three Rock Rovers on a busy bank holiday weekend.
The four sides for the EYHL2 semi-finalists were confirmed as Railway Union, UCD, Corinthian and Instonians all made it through with a game to spare with the final round being solely to decide who plays who.
Glenanne’s unbeaten record came to an end but that was mitigated against as both title rivals Lisnagarvey and Banbridge also dropped points; YMCA and Cookstown both drew to leave Cork C of I a further point adrift
Glenanne will put Three Rock Rovers’ recent improved form to the test as last year’s EY Champions Trophy finalists face another big battle at Grange Road.
Glenanne moved three points clear at the top of the men’s EY Hockey League table though things remain incredibly tight with Banbridge and Lisnagarvey just behind them with a game in hand while YM enjoyed a big win at the bottom
Banbridge and Lisnagarvey’s Saturday night tie and YMCA’s hosting of Cork C of I look set to be the weekend’s pivotal battles in the men’s EY Hockey League.
The leading three put daylight between themselves and the chasers in the men’s EY Hockey League as Glenanne, Banbridge and Lisnagarvey all recorded fine wins.
YMCA created a piece of club history as they won their first ever EYHL game; Glenanne returned to the top as Banbridge and TRR drew; Lisnagarvey won 3-2 twice against Dublin opposition while Monkstown had mixed fortunes
Pembroke Wanderers’ credentials as a potential men’s EY Hockey League playoff contender will be further put to the test on Saturday when they face Lisnagarvey on Saturday at Serpentine Avenue.
Banbridge’s pair of wins over the weekend propelled them to top of the men’s EY Hockey League with a game in hand on their nearest rivals, Glenanne, following the weekend’s action.