North Kildare’s Fionnuala O’Malley has been named as Leinster Hockey’s December 2020 Volunteer of the Month Award.
Siobhán Madeley has been named Leinster Hockey’s November Volunteer of the Month for her work introducing and promoting hockey for people with special needs in Ireland.
Hockey Ireland has confirmed no all-Ireland competition will start until a four-week lead-in period has passed from the point in time that training is allowed on the entire island of Ireland.
The Leinster Hockey Association want to appoint a Development Programme Manager (DPM). This will be a full time role – running as two-year fixed term contract with the potential to extend.
Adrian Henchy has been selected as the Leinster Hockey Volunteer of the Month for October for his superb work in north county Dublin to bring hockey to the heart of the Donabate community.
The aim of Hooked Together is to provide a nationwide lockdown opportunity for teams and players to keep active individually and within their 5km
Abbeyleix Hockey Club’s Garry Luttrell has been named the inaugural Leinster Hockey Volunteer of the Month Award which was launched in September
While Mark Tumilty only dropped the “interim” part of his title of Irish men’s head coach this week, the former Banbridge boss has already laid plenty of groundwork for his tenure, assessing almost 70 potential players to date.
Monkstown produced a statement win early in the women’s Leinster Division 1 season on Wednesday; round-up from the five midweek Leinster men’s and women’s games
Gordon Cracknell has stepped down as Banbridge men’s coach, citing the time demands as they key reason for the decision.
UCC and Banbridge took up their places in the second round of the women’s Irish Senior Cup with exciting 2-1 wins each, getting the best of Glenanne and Monkstown.
Men’s Irish Senior Cup and Leinster Division 1A round-up Clontarf got the best of Kilkeel to advance to the second round of the men’s Irish Senior Cup along with Cork C of I from the two ties that went ahead in the competition. For the Bulls, they are temporarily calling the Sutton Park smurf turf home as Mount Temple is […]
Railway Union have built a two-point lead in women’s EYHL while YMCA and Lisnagarvey head up the men’s division; here’s all the key results from Saturday
Leinster men’s Division One’s runners and riders assemble this weekend for the start of what they hope will be a busy season amid Covid-19 and the various different competitions on their agenda.
Rathgar’s men, Cork C of I’s women and both Cork Harlequins teams have opted against travelling for their respective out-of-province games over Covid-19 concerns.
Leinster Hockey confirmed on Tuesday afternoon men’s Division 1A and 1B and women’s Division 1 and 2 can proceed as scheduled following the Government move to place Ireland at Level 3 of the “Living with Covid” response plan.
The three EYHL2 sides from last year all got off to winning starts in Leinster women’s Division One while Avoca lead the way courtesy of a second successive win.
YMCA lead the men’s EYHL on goal difference while Railway and Old Alex head up the women’s competition; here’s the Saturday round-up
Leinster women’s Division One enjoys its first full programme of fixtures on Saturday; check out our team by team previews along with the women’s EYHL2 line-ups
Catholic Institute and Railway Union produced a couple of sensational performances to land wins over sides who were in the top four of the women’s EY Hockey League before it succumbed to lockdown last term.