Pembroke and Monkstown took the youth laurels on Leinster finals day, winning the Junior Jacqui Potter Cup and Benny Atkinson titles, respectively.
Hugo Burns first half drag-flick proved the difference between near neighbours Corinthian and Three Rock Rovers as the reds landed the Benny Atkinson Cup title at Grange Road on St Patrick’s Day.
Pembroke claimed the Junior Jacqui Potter Plate as Martha McCready grabbed a late winner on St Patrick’s Day at Grange Road to deny Loreto; final report from Zack Waters
The Junior Jacqui Potter Cup first round gets under on Sunday with 25 clubs beginning their bid for the biggest prize in the club schoolgirl game.
Railway Union’s supremely talented Under-16 side took down the Junior Jacqui Potter Cup title in some style thanks to a 3-0 win over over Muckross writes Jack McCann
Naas claimed the first trophy of St Patrick’s Day with a composed 3-1 win over Hermes to win the Junior Jacqui Potter Plate, writes Jack McCann
The LHA’s three provinicial sides for the upcoming junior interprovincials have been announced this week with the Leinster men’s side set to travel following a late appeal for coaching staff.
Monkstown, YMCA, Corinthian, Rathgar and Avoca lay claim to silverware as the U-16 league, Railway, Junior, Minor and Galtrim Cup all reach final conclusion
Monkstown’s U-16s put in a superb performance when they they took the silver medal in the top European U-16 HOD tournament in Valkenswaard, the Netherlands over the Easter weekend.
Bray’s regrowth is beginning apace as they claimed men’s division seven in jig-time, doing so with an incredible four games to play having run up a perfect dozen wins to date in their campaign.
YMCA capped an excellent season with men’s division five and six titles to add to their men’s first team’s run to a first national final since 2001 and their pair of women’s promotions.
Bank Holiday Monday saw a host of finals at Grange Road with the U-16 boys and girls finals showcasing some of the best in club hockey at an underage level with TRR, Old Alex and Hermes taking home silverware
Leinster have named a strong men’s team for the Junior interprovincial tournament this weekend as they bid to win the tournament for the fourth time in five years. All the rest of the men’s and women’s Junior selections included
Avoca’s ladies continue to climb the leagues as they claimed both division nine and 12 while their fourth team are set for promotion from division 13. Allied to the introduction of their fifths squad in October and their fourth teams consolidation following relegation to division four a year ago, it is being looked on as […]
Botanic 3rds sealed the Division 10 title last Saturday despite a 1-0 loss to their close rivals Mullingar on the final day, taking the title on goal difference
Monkstown Ladies have won their league for the third season in-a-row and remain unbeaten in the leagues since rejoining the ranks, this time taking Division 7 by storm.
A 2-0 win against Pembroke 5ths on March 19 secured the Division 6 title for Newbridge 2nds with three league games still to play, one of a series of acheivements for the Kildare club
Corinthian could be in line for a revenge mission in the semi-finals of the Jacqui Potter U-16 Cup as they were potentially drawn against Old Alex as excitement builds toward a big day out in Grange Road on St Patrick’s Day
The first round of the Jacqui Potter U-16 Cup was completed last Sunday with on-form Muckross scoring the result of the round when they hit form to get a 1-0 win over holders Hermes.
The IHA has announced the new dates for the refixtures of the national level competitions which were wiped out by the recent weather conditions.