Mens Division 1
UCD fell to a second successive defeat in men’s Leinster Division One as injuries threaten to scupper their bid for top spot in the provincial league.
The top three continued to stretch ahead of the pack in men’s Leinster Division One but not before they endured some nervous moments with UCD salvaging a 4-3 win over Portrane, Corinthian coming back from a deficit while Railway beat Avoca 3-1
Railway Union have the chance to move into a share of top spot of Leinster men’s Division One when they take on Portrane as the league returns for 2019.
Railway Union will look to halve the gap to UCD at the top of men’s Leinster Division One as the pre-Christmas schedule comes to a close on Saturday.
The battle for women’s Leinster Division One supremacy faces its final twist of 2018 this weekend with just one point covering Trinity, Monkstown and Corinthian; Rathgar’s winning streak keeps rolling
Late goals proved the order of the day as UCD and Avoca both scored very late wins in men’s Leinster Division One to take the spoils in their respective ties.
Corinthian and Pembroke both put together strong comebacks to advance to the last four of the Mills Cup last Sunday, seeing off Portrane and Kilkenny respectively; Railway and UCD progress their Leinster Division One chances
Portrane and Rathgar shared a crazy 5-5 draw at the High School as both sides blew good leads and produced big comebacks before settling for the final score in one of the highlights of men’s Leinster Division One.
The Neville Cup will see a couple of novel semi-final match-ups as the new registrations rules have served up plenty of opportunity for Leinster Division One sides as EYHL sides tumbled out on Sunday.
Corinthian made hay as the sun shone on bank holiday weekend with both their men and women enjoying Leinster Division One victories on Saturday at Whitechurch Park.
Clontarf enjoyed a fruitful five day period with three upbeat performances across the Irish Senior Cup, the Mills Cup and Leinster Division One to kickstart their season.
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.
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 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 pools for the inaugural Irish Hockey League Division 2 have been laid out as the new competition, designed to bridge the gap between the provincial and EY Hockey Leagues.
YMCA won the men’s Division One shoot-out, winning the Leinster top division for the first time in 37 years as their 10-1 win over Rathgar gave them the crown on goal difference.
It could not be tighter at the top of men’s Leinster Division One as YMCA and UCD moved up to 32 points, meaning three sides are level going into the final month of the regular season.
YMCA have made significant inroads in the gap to leaders Corinthian in men’s Division One; Old Alex and Muckross face a potential title decider in the women’s league; here’s a preview of the Leinster weekend
Railway Union and Three Rock Rovers face an almost instant re-match as the National Indoor Trophy follows seven days after the former dethroned Rovers in Leinster at St Columba’s; men’s weekend preview