Ian Stewart’s double put Corinthian on course for the perfect weekend in Leinster men’s Division One as they beat Kilkenny while their two main rivals dropped points.
Glenanne took a massive step toward the men’s EYHL with three late goals against TRR; Pegasus became the first side to reach the final four of the women’s Irish Senior Cup; here’s the round-up
Mossley and Pembroke won close-run Irish Senior Cup battles but Garvey and Railway are yet to play; Division 2 sides bossed the Jacqui Potter Cup; here are the key results
Hockey Ireland Life Member Des Simon passed away last week at the age of 101. He was a leading figure in Ulster and Irish men’s hockey, an international umpire and a former president of the Irish Hockey Union.
Hockey Ireland have appointed their first high performance director since 2012 with the news that Adam Grainger will take on the role, starting at the end of January.
Old Alex, Corinthian and Muckross moved an extra step clear of the chasers to look certain to contest the three EY Hockey League playoff places from Leinster and in good shape to land an IHL Division 2 spot.
Glenanne produced yet another amazing comeback to lead the men’s EYHL at Christmas by four points; Cork Quins take the overnight lead in the women’s; here’s Saturday’s main results
Alexandra College landed the first major title of the Leinster schoolgirls season as they took the Junior Cup title, beating Muckross Park in a shoot-out in the final at Grange Road.
Hermes-Monkstown got off the mark in the women’s EYHL as Railway, UCD and Cork Harlequins also won; Monkstown drew with Glenanne in the only men’s tie; all these results and more in the round-up
Just two points continue to cover three teams at the top of women’s Leinster Division One following wins for Old Alex, Corinthian and Muckross as they remain clear of the chasers in the playoff positions.
Corinthian and UCD face a crucial Thursday night showdown following their respective wins and clean sheets last Saturday in men’s Leinster Division One.
David Harte has been nominated for FIH World Goalkeeper of the Year for a third successive year, looking to win the award for a third successive year.
It was a dramatic day with Glenanne the big men’s EYHL beneficiaries as the next three sides all missed out on the win; check out the results from Leinster and Munster Division 1 and most of the IJC scores
Old Alex moved back to the top of women’s Leinster Division One as they took advantage of the 2-2 draw between rivals Corinthian and Muckross at Whitechurch Park.
Big comebacks were the name of the game in men’s Leinster Division One as both UCD and Kilkenny fought back from big deficits to record wins over Dublin North and Avoca, respectively.
Glenanne snatched a late win to keep their run going in the men’s EYHL as Lisnagarvey, TRR and Annadale also won while draws abounded elsewhere; Cork Harlequins moved back top of the women’s EYHL
Old Alex quickly got back on the winning trail on Monday evening in women’s Leinster Division One, running up a 4-1 success against Muckross in their refixed tie.
Dublin University’s Robbie O’Hanlon became a viral star as his glorious glancing touch to a knee-high Cillian Hynes picked out the top corner at Santry Avenue.
Cork Harlequins moved clear on their own at the top of the women’s EYHL while Glenanne went three clear in the men’s competition; Corinthian keep firing on both Leinster fronts
Old Alex and Muckross showed why they are the fancied sides to land playoff spots as they both ran up four goals in wins over Genesis and Our Lady’s, two sides who had started women’s Division One well.