Avoca have announced the appointment of Noelle Farrell as their new ladies first team head coach, taking over from Ronan Hickey.
Hockey Ireland have announced the club representatives for European competition shall remain the same for next season and in the same order.
Eight of the women’s EYHL2 clubs are hopeful they can compete in a season-long version of the competition for the 2020/21 campaign as Hockey Ireland’s competitions committee considers what happens next following the truncated 2019/20 season.
Irish Hockey is mourning Hall of Famer Anne Laing who passed away last Friday; Hockey Ireland vice president Ann Rosa put together the following tribute
It is a good thing one of Sean Dancer’s mantras to the Irish women’s squad is “those that can adapt are the one who will succeed” as the Green Army attempt to keep up their training in a world of social distancing. It means the panel have been innovating, making the best of the implements […]
Wesley College formally opened their new pitch in style in late February with over 200 people coming along to watch a series of exhibition games despite freezing conditions.
The Hockey Museum is seeking a little help with a couple of pieces of information about GB and Ireland teams from 1951 and 1965. If you can help, drop Katie Dodd a line on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hockey Ireland postpones hockey activity until March 29th while Pegasus and Loreto have seen their Euro campaigns placed on hold
It’s now a three-way tie at the top of the women’s EYHL after a dramatic day; Lisnagarvey strengthened their place at the head of the men’s EYHL; here’s the round-up
Naas’s memorable first season in women’s Leinster Division One continued on Saturday as they moved into fifth place in the league with their fifth win of the campaign in icy rain at The Maws.
Clontarf and Railway Union took another step closer to what looks set to be a final day showdown for the men’s Leinster Division One title. Tarf had the trickier task in horrible conditions at Portrane as the wind made things difficult for any major fluidity for either side. Portrane took the lead in the first […]
Storm Jorge had an impact on the weekend’s fixtures with a couple of EYHL tie postponed and a couple more abandoned as difficult conditions abounded; here’s the round-up of the games that went ahead
Monkstown’s back-to-back victories this week offered a glimmer of hope that they could reopen the women’s Leinster Division One title race with wins over Corinthian and Clontarf.
Clontarf extended their Leinster Division One streak to 14 wins out of 14; Waterford, Portrane and Belfast Harlequins advanced to the IHT semis
Catholic Institute scored a big win over Pegasus as Old Alex became the third different side to lead women’s EYHL; YM stun UCD in men’s EYHL; here’s the round-up
Loreto this week launched their 2020 fundraising initiative “I’m a Loreto Celebrity Get Me Out of Here” in the Glenside pub Churchtown.
Cork C of I were denied a guaranteed EYHL2 playoff place due to a late Railway goal; Clontarf make a big move in EYHL2 while Portrane stay in third place
Corinthian became the first side to reach the EYHL2 final four with Trinity and Lurgan drawing; Pool B was washed out while Naas were the big winners in the Leinster games played
On a wind-swept and rain-soaked Saturday, there were a number of fixtures that fell by the wayside but Pegasus did manage to get back to the summit of women’s EYHL
Pegasus moved back into a share of top spot in the women’s EYHL with a midweek win ahead of round 10; Banbridge and Monkstown is the highlight of the men’s EYHL