Mens Division 1
Avoca will replace Fingal in men’s Leinster division one following the ALSAA club’s request to drop down a tier in the wake of a number of retirements and players leaving the club.
The Leinster Division 1 mens’ fixtures for the 2014/2015 will begin two weeks earlier than usual, tipping off on Saturday September 6.
Rathgar live to fight for a second season in Leinster’s top tier after they battled their way to a 2-1 in Newpark on Tuesday night to deny Avoca promotion.
Railway Union came out smiling from an eventful day as they were guaranteed a top five place in Leinster men’s division one by virtue of YMCA’s 5-2 win over Glenanne on Thursday evening.
Fingal breathed a heavy sigh of relief this evening as their place in men’s Leinster division one was assured on Tuesday evening as Three Rock scraped a 3-2 win over Rathgar a High School ice rink, leaving the Chiefs destined for a playoff date.
Railway Union put their best foot forward in the race for Irish Hockey League places as they ran up a 7-1 win over Rathgar on Saturday afternoon, applying plenty of pressure on Glenanne’s final two games of the Leinster men’s division one season.
Former Glenanne man Shane O’Donoghue fires a hat trick against his former club to see UCD equal their best ever finish in men’s Leinster division one; weekend preview
After 32 years, Monkstown were finally celebrating their first Leinster senior league title since 1982 in Tallaght as they dramatically came from 2-0 down to deny potential party poopers Glenanne.
The helter-skelter men’s season provides another pivotal weekend in which the Leinster league champions could well be crowned while six local sides battle it out in the Irish Senior Cup quarter-finals.
Monkstown produced a superb display to see off Three Rock 6-3 to put themselves within one win of claiming Leinster men’s division one for the first time since 1982; Glenanne and Corinthian progressed their Irish Hockey League hopes
The key scores from the Irish Junior Cup and the Leinster hockey’s men’s and women’s divisions one and two for January 25 while all league tables have been updated; any details incorrect/missing and match reports, please send to email@example.com
The men’s Leinster division one looks set to be virtually decided on Sunday when Monkstown play Three Rock Rovers at Rathdown with the former looking to be the first side to beat the Rathfarnham side this term on Sunday.
Comeback wins over YMCA and Pembroke saw Monkstown garner six points from their weekend and set up a huge date with TRR next weekend; Rovers beat Rathgar to reach the Mills Cup final while Glenanne and UCD progressed their IHL hopes
The key scores from around Leinster hockey’s men’s and women’s divisions one and two for January 18 while all league tables have been updated; any details incorrect/missing and match reports, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org
With three games in four days, Pembroke’s hopes of recapturing the men’s Leinster division one crown will be put to a huge test; on the women’s side, Railway Union could close the gap to two points to UCD
Railway Union once again came from three goals behind to snatch a draw against Three Rock Rovers; that opened the door for Monkstown to close the gap to just two points at the head of men’s Leinster division one; YM snatched a late win over Fingal
Three ties welcome in the New Year in men’s Leinster division one with top two Three Rock and Monkstown continuing their joust for the title with games against Railway Union and Rathgar as Ireland take on Spain in Barcelona
With the introduction of an U-21 international tournament in February, increased Irish senior call-ups from Leinster clubs and Railway Union’s European indoor commitments, the LHA have made a string of changes to the division one fixture list
Pembroke, Monkstown and Corinthian all ran up comprehensive wins while Railway Union were 1-0 winners over YMCA to move back into the top half of men’s division one as the league goes into its winter break
Lennart Bakker’s last gasp goal saw the Rathgar Chiefs earn a first ever Mills Cup semi-final berth as they saw off YMCA on Thursday night; elsewhere, the battle for the top five places intensifies