Plenty of old friends will meet up at Milltown as Old Alex’s fruitful start to the season sees them host UCD with both sides sitting on six points after two games.
Banbridge and Three Rock Rovers moved into the top two spots in midweek with their hard-fought wins over Annadale and Monkstown, respectively, ahead of a big weekend in the men’s EY Hockey League.
Dublin North got off the mark in men’s Leinster Division One as they fought back in the Fingal derby to beat Portrane 4-2 in Donabate.
Irish rugby international Paula Fitzpatrick showed her value to Glenanne as she scored a hat trick to make it two wins from two in women’s Leinster Division One at a very wet St Andrew’s against Avoca.
Pembroke and Cork Harlequins got off the mark in the women’s EYHL; Banbridge went clear at the top in the men’s while there was a full boat of EYHL2 action; here’s the key results
A busy day saw no side keep their men’s EYHL 100% record in place while all sides now have a point; Loreto and Pegasus shine in women’s EYHL; check the full scores from there and all the cups
Roisin Upton showed what an impact she can have for her original club as she took just six minutes to score in Catholic Institute’s thumping 5-1 win over UCC; Munster team by team preview
Trinity started off their campaign with an emphatic 6-0 success – built on five second half goals – over Genesis at St Raphaela’s, bouncing back quickly form their 2-1 defeat on the opening day of EYHL2.
Dave Egner will have seriously split loyalties this weekend as Cork Harlequins face UCC; here’s an overview of the Munster men’s Division One teams and their weekend ahead.
Kilkenny’s men continued their flying start to Leinster Division One with a 3-1 win over Trinity, backing it up with a midweek 5-1 win over Bray in the Neville Cup, keeping their perfect start rolling.
It was a busy day across the board with men’s and women’s EYHL ties, the first ever women’s EYHL2 ties as well as Leinster and Munster Division One games; here are all the scores from the day
Leinster women’s Division One takes on the form of a qualifier for EYHL2 this season with the 10 teams vying for a place in the top three and a chance of moving up to the national stage.
There was to be no soft-landing for Portrane on their return to the top tier in Leinster after 21 years as title contenders UCD ran up a 7-1 on the Donabate peninsula.
The opening day of the men’s EYHL saw a thriller at Havelock Park and bigs for Cookstown and Monkstown while Pembroke edged a close one and Glenanne and C of I drew; here’s all the key results from the weekend
The runners and riders in men’s Leinster Division One are under starter’s orders on Saturday; here’s the lowdown on all the teams in the league this term
The Irish men and women’s teams have both been handed typically tough draws for next year’s European Championships which will take place in Antwerp in August 2019.
While numerous of Irish women have headed east to European competitions, over a dozen will line out this season for US universities as the battle to be NCAA champions tips off in earnest this year.
It’s time to dig out your wetsuit, bike and running shoes for St Catherine’s who are looking for members of the public to sign up for this year’s Sporting Proud Triathlon, on Saturday, 1st of September, at Brittas Bay.
Argentina took the laurels in the opening game of the Real Four Nations in Düsseldorf this evening, beating Ireland’s men – who had Ryan Getty making his debut.
Irish hockey have secured a major coup with the announcement of Alexander Cox as the new senior men’s coach for the upcoming World Cup campaign and the hope he can be pinned down on a longer-term basis. The vacancy came up following Craig Fulton’s shock decision to depart the role he had made his own […]