The popular sports media brand Off The Ball has teamed up with Irish ParaHockey ID as its new sponsor.
The Irish women’s team received a major boost on Tuesday with SoftCo, a leading global finance automation software provider, announcing their sponsorship of the team for the 2018 World Cup in London.
KH Productions captured all the action from the EY Champions Trophy along with interviews with the key players; enjoy their half-hour production from the event
Brenda Flannery’s “Roots Go Deep” book formally launched last week in Galway at the Jes school which first provided its inspiration.
The EY Champions Trophy will be broadcast live via the Hockey Ireland Youtube channel which you can view live here throughout the weekend
Portrane produced a blistering start last Saturday en route to a 9-2 win over Weston in a Division 1/2 playoff, earning their place in the top tier in Leinster for the first time since 1998.
Pembroke men took the men’s EY Champions Trophy spot while Railway were relegated; the women’s Champs Trophy spot goes down to Sunday while Hermes-Monkstown go down; here’s the results
UCD soared to victory at Ards to confirm they will retain the women’s EY Hockey League; the race for the fourth men’s EY Champions Trophy place remains hot as Monkstown, Pembroke and Banbridge all won
Glenanne won the men’s EYHL with a brilliant second half comeback to beat Lisnagarvey; UCD and Instonians lead the men’s playoffs after day one while Catholic Institute and Old Alex have two from two in the women’s
YMCA won the men’s Division One shoot-out, winning the Leinster top division for the first time in 37 years as their 10-1 win over Rathgar gave them the crown on goal difference.
UCD will face Pegasus and TRR will meet Pembroke in the men’s Irish Senior Cup on Sunday after their respective semi-finals; Catholic Institute, Bandon and NUIG 2nds won their national titles
Judgement day and time have been set with 3pm on Saturday the crucial time for Corinthian, UCD and YMCA all battling to land the Leinster Division One title on goal difference.
The final day of Leinster women’s Division One produced little by way of dramatic change to the standings but marked a notable moment for Clontarf who finally recorded their first win since promotion.
Glenanne took another big step toward the men’s EYHL title while UCD stay clear on the women’s front; the Glens and Belfast Harlequins advance to the ISC semis; here’s the key results from the weekend
After a month’s hiatus, the men’s EY Hockey League gets fully back into top gear on Saturday following the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup with Glenanne in the box seat to take another step toward national glory.
Check out all the goals from the Mills Cup, the Jacqui Potter Cup and Junior Jacqui Potter Cup final from St Patrick’s Day at Grange Road.
First half goals from Sophie Barnwell and Clodagh Ferry propelled Muckross to their first Leinster Division One title since 1997 as they beat nearest rivals Corinthian 2-0 last Thursday night.
Three Rock Rovers’ midfield eventually over-ran Corinthian to get a handle on the Leinster Senior Mills Cup for the second time in five years at Grange Road, their fourth piece of silverware already this season.
Second half goals from Niamh Carey and Jodie Douglas saw Railway Union put an end to North Kildare’s groundbreaking run in the Jacqui Potter Cup as they won through to Saturday’s final with a 2-0 win.
UCD fought back from 2-1 down to beat Corinthian 3-2, a result that looks set to send Leinster League Division One to the last day with three sides in the mix on goal difference; TRR back to second in EYHL