Ellie McLoughlin produced a shoot-out masterclass to preserve Muckross’s place in the women’s EY Hockey League for a second season as they saw off Queen’s in the promotion/relegation playoff.
Lisnagarvey will meet Three Rock Rovers in both of the national finals after the two clubs advanced to the EY Champions Trophy final with semi-final wins at Havelock Park. Garvey eliminated Glenanne while Rovers saw off hosts Banbridge, meaning they will meet in Sunday’s decider in this competition before meeting once again next week in […]
Pegasus will meet Loreto in the women’s EY Champions Trophy final on Sunday at Banbridge’s Havelock Park after they both won 2-1 in their semi-finals, seeing off Cork Harlequins and UCD, respectively
UCD and Loreto hope to continue Leinster control of women’s Champs Trophy as Pegs plan without McCayMay 3, 2019 | 493 views |
UCD and Loreto will both be hoping to be the side to continue Leinster clubs’ dominance in the women’s EY Champions Trophy with the title remaining in the province since its inauguration in 2016 with Pegasus and Cork Harlequins looking to break that run.
When you are hosting a party, the last thing you want is to have to leave early while the rest of the guests enjoy themselves and that’s the case with Banbridge this weekend as they prepare for the Champions Trophy event at Havelock Park.
Corinthian summoned an incredible late salvo to finally earn promotion to the EY Hockey League after a series of close-run charges to the national division.
A Roisin Upton-inspired Catholic Institute fought back to win the women’s EYHL Division 2 final following a breathtaking contest with Queen’s that went to a 3-3 draw and subsequently a sudden death shoot-out.
A Leinster side is guaranteed promotion to the men’s EY Hockey League at the expense of Cookstown after Corinthian and UCD advanced to the final of EYHL2; Catholic Institute take on Queen’s in the women’s EYHL2 decider
Cork Harlequins snagged the fourth EY Champions Trophy ticket while Muckross took the relegation playoff place, condemning Ards to the Ulster Premier League following a dramatic final day in the women’s EY Hockey League.
YMCA’s 2-0 win over Pembroke saw them avoid relegation; Cork C of I drew with TRR to earn a playoff while Cookstown went down after a loss to Banbridge on a lively final day of action in the men’s EYHL
Two issues remain to be resolved on the final day of the women’s EY Hockey League with the last Champions Trophy spot and the relegation resolution on the line.
Cork C of I, Cookstown and YMCA’s monumental relegation tussle will take the major focus on the final day of the men’s EY Hockey League with just one point separating the sides.
Lisnagarvey were crowned EYHL champions for the second time in the competition’s four year history on Wednesday night when they got the win they needed to secure the trophy after an emphatic 6-1 victory over Annadale at Comber Road.
A week on from giving Pembroke a lifeline in the top four chase, Banbridge firmly slammed the door shut as their 6-1 win over the same opposition confirmed the four sides for the EY Champions Trophy playoffs.
At the third time of asking, Muckross produced a remarkable performance to beat UCD 2-1, lifting them off the bottom of the table and a possible escape from automatic relegation.
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.
Catholic Institute wrapped up the last remaining issue from the women’s EYHL Division 2 as they struck to beat Dungannon 2-0 and earn top spot from Pool B.
Pegasus were crowned EY Irish Hockey League regulation season champions for the first time since the competition’s expanded format was introduced after an emphatic 6-0 win over Muckross at the Dub.