Mens Division 1
Ger Butler has stepped into Trevor Dagg’s shoes with the club showing strong claims to being one of the favourites
The Leinster men’s domestic season will tip off on September 17 with divisions 1, 3, 4, 5 and 6 all getting underway following the release of the early season programme on Monday.
Corinthian came unstuck against YMCA to hand Three Rock the initiative to take the IHL wildcard spot in
Glenanne finally got over the line at the third attempt as they took all three points at Rathdown in thrilling fashion from a wide open tie, a marked contrast from the cagey battle in the Mills Cup final a month ago
Glenanne have developed some last minute jitters but there was enough in their second half performance on Wednesday night against Corinthian to suggest they will take the one point they need for the men’s division one title
Ross Murray’s late penalty stroke save meant shared spoils for Corinthian and Glenanne, meaning neither side met their ultimate target tonight – the former in the IHL wildcard bid, the Glens in getting the win for the title
Men’s Division One Three Rock Rovers 3 (Peter Blakeney, Ali Haughton, Tom Samuel) Weston 0 It was slightly more convincing than their previous outing against Weston but not much as the Lucan side had their chances to push Three Rock Rovers closer at Grange Road but their finishing evaded them. Peter Blakeney’s drag-flick and an […]
Clontarf triumphed for the second time in three seasons tonight as they put away their chances against north Dublin rivals Suttonians, completing a remarkable turnaround from 12 months ago.
The Hook celebrated its first Awards Night in Kobra on Leeson Street on Grafton Street, honouring its first seven official award winners at what is hoped to become an annual event
Mikey Fry’s last gasp winner means Glenanne will have to wait before confirming their fifth Leinster league title as YM came up trumps late on; Corinthian moved into wildcard pole-position with four points over the weekend
Glenanne will aim to top off their domestic season in style as just a point is all that is needed in Milltown to confirm their fifth Leinster league title, a debut title for Graham Shaw in his new role as player-coach.
Honours even for YM and Monkstown in Milltown, a result which means Glenanne now need just a draw on Saturday, when they face the Y, for the title while Pembroke virtually confirmed their IHL place with a 9-0 win
Glenanne’s double success this weekend moved them to within a victory of securing their fifth Leinster league title as they lead the pack by six points with a game to spare on nearest rivals YM, their victims on Saturday
A frustrating Tuesday night in Rathdown for YMCA, running into an inspired David Fitzgerald, means they are at a critical stage in the men’s division one title race, facing Glenanne in a top-table tussle
The nominations are in and now it is your chance to have a say in who wins the first Hook Awards as the public vote for Umpire, Coach and Senior men’s and women’s player of the year went live this morning.
Monkstown won a belter at Rathdown on Tuesday night to fire another big hole into YM’s hopes of claiming the division one title just three days after both were eliminated from the IHL.
Peter Blakeney’s last second corner strike gave Three Rock a 3-2 win over Weston while Rob Abbott left it a little bit earlier to give Railway the key goal in five against UCD in men’s division one
Pronounced splits between top and bottom halves of the men’s IHL tables have the chance to be wedged further apart as the top three in each group will face a side less well off on Saturday.
YM ground out a hard-fought win at Milltown, coming from a goal behind to beat Corinthian and go three points clear at the top of division one. Monkstown close in on third place while Fingal inflict a big defeat on Weston.
Tim Hill scored a precious goal at Belfield to leave Weston needing snookers in their maiden season in Leinster’s division one; draws between Fingal and Monkstown and Corinthian and Pembroke leaves IHL places in the mix; IJC and IHC round-up also included