Railway Union II ended Genesis’s perfect start to the season with an impressive 3-1 win at Park Avenue, their fourth win which moves them within a point of top spot in the table.
Pool A of the women’s IHL is bubbling along nicely with five teams covered by just two points; Loreto and UCD have built a four-point lead at the top of Pool B following their second successive wins, seeing off Ulster Elks and Cork Harlequins respectively
Pegasus host Hermes in one of the classic battles in women’s hockey in Ireland in what could be a pivotal battle in Pool A of the Irish Hockey League; with three Leinster league games and a full IHL schedule, it is yet another busy weekend of women’s hockey
Genesis lead the way in women’s Leinster Division Two as Mary Kavanagh’s goal saw them run up their fourth straight win to start the season, getting the better of near neighbours Avoca.
Sarah Evans shot a hat trick for Loreto to beat Trinity 5-2 in women’s Leinster division one; Nikki Evans struck late to continue UCD’s perfect record, ending Pembroke’s in the process; Hermes continue their return to form
Five Leinster sides confirmed their place in the quarter-finals of the Irish Senior Cup while Leinster’s U-16s moved within touching distance of the interpro title; here’s all the results from those competitions as well as the women’s and men’s top leagues
The battle of the two Leinster division one 100 percent records takes centre stage on the women’s scene as Pembroke and UCD showdown at Serpentine Avenue on Saturday.
Pembroke scored their third 1-0 win in succession this season in the league to move into an early lead at the top of women’s Leinster division one in the absence of the IHL sides; interviews with David Keogh and Sarah Clarke along with Adrian Boehm’s pics
Hermes were spectacular 3-0 winners over Railway Union to start this year’s women’s IHL with a bang; UCD shaded Ards, Pegasus bettered Ballymoney while there were also wins for Lurgan, Cork Harlequins and Loreto
The women’s Irish Hockey League returns with a bang this weekend with local derbies and clashes of major contenders on the opening weekend of the elite club competition in Ireland.
Another huge name will fall in the second round of the women’s Irish Senior Cup as the last two winners of the competition, UCD and Railway Union, have been paired against each other in a repeat of the 2014 IHL final.
Glenanne’s love affair with the Irish Senior Cup once again saw them produce the result of the first round as they defeated IHL side UCC in Tallaght with a deserved 3-1 success.
Against the backdrop of the Irish Hockey League debate on Sunday, the women’s Irish Senior Cup gets underway bright and early in the new season with a big name or two set to fall.
Following a decade each out of the second tier of Leinster women’s hockey, it was Avoca who won the battle of the promoted sides as they scored a deceptively comprehensive 4-1 win over Rathgar last Saturday.
Trinity produced a strong performance to earn a deserved scoreless draw in the result of day two of Leinster women’s division one; Pembroke and UCD both battled to hard fought wins while Hermes and Loreto were comfortable winners
Having nicked a point at Loreto last week, Glenanne have yet another big test of their credentials on Saturday on day two of the women’s Leinster division one season; weekend preview for the top tier as well as the first day of the division two campaign
On a weekend of eye-catching, opening results in women’s Leinster division one, Declan Hughes spoke to Keith Crawford, Gillian Pinder and Gavin Bourke about their respective results
Plenty of close run things in women’s Leinster division one opening day as Glenanne picked off a battling draw against Loreto, North Kildare pushed Railway Union all the way while Pembroke landed a big blow over Hermes; UCD won 4-0 v Trinity and Alex and Corinthian draw
All the results and updated tables from Saturday, September 20 as the women’s new season gets underway with a few surprises and the men’s league reaches day three
The new women’s Leinster Division One, which starts on Saturday, sees UCD once again in the box seat as overwhelming favourites for all the laurels.