Mens Division 1

YM take nine-goal thriller and first place

YM take nine-goal thriller and first place

January 15, 2011 | 1,002 views | Comments (11)

Despite a couple of scares, YM separated themselves from the field with a lively 5-4 win over UCD. Glenanne dropped points against Fingal, Railway again fought-back for a draw, Corinthian and Pembroke also won while the IJC first round was completed

Reds-Rovers’ derby day takes new significance

Reds-Rovers’ derby day takes new significance

January 14, 2011 | 1,466 views | Comments (2)

The Marlay derby in recent times might normally take centre-stage but Corinthian and Three Rock Rovers’ match-up this Saturday in men’s division one takes on more of a dog-fight persona this time around.

Brownlow treble guides Glens to big win

Brownlow treble guides Glens to big win

January 8, 2011 | 1,254 views | Leave a comment

YM and Glenanne dropped Pembroke from the three-way share of top spot, further profiting from Monkstown’s frozen-out cancellation at Grange Road against Three Rock Rovers. Draws for Corinthian at UCD and Railway at Fingal keep it tight in mid-table

Title tussle sees Pembroke and Glens push squad to limit

Title tussle sees Pembroke and Glens push squad to limit

January 7, 2011 | 995 views | Comments (2)

A new year but another anxious Friday for Leinster Friday as potentially freezing conditions threaten to scupper another weekend. Title contenders Pembroke and Glenanne face off without their international contingent

Men’s Branch announce season extension

Men’s Branch announce season extension

January 5, 2011 | 1,705 views | Comments (3)

The Leinster Branch confirmed on Tuesday night the dates for the three rounds of matches lost to the weather in men’s divisions four to eight with the effect of extending the season by a month.

Leinster men hoping to finally see action

Leinster men hoping to finally see action

December 17, 2010 | 1,340 views | Comments (4)

The Leinster Branch will be hoping that the local fixture list will not go the way of their Ulster and Munster counterparts as the weather continues to wreak havoc with the sport across the country.

Icy conditions see third week of cancellations: updated

Icy conditions see third week of cancellations: updated

December 10, 2010 | 2,045 views | Comments (5)

The Leinster Ladies Hockey Union and the men’s Leinster Branch of the IHA have made the decision to call off all fixtures on Saturday.

Leinster authorities make early cancellation call

Leinster authorities make early cancellation call

December 3, 2010 | 3,231 views | Comments (8)

The Leinster Ladies Hockey Union and the men’s Leinster Branch of the Irish Hockey Association yesterday took the early decision to call off all fixtures under their jurisdiction for Saturday and Sunday.

IHL fixtures called off as big freeze continues

IHL fixtures called off as big freeze continues

December 1, 2010 | 2,599 views | Comments (6)

The cancelations continue this week with tonight’s women’s division one re-fixture between Glenanne and Railway Union called off due to the continuing snow cover around Dublin.

Snow wipes out majority of fixtures

Snow wipes out majority of fixtures

November 27, 2010 | 4,160 views | Comments (15)

Overnight snow and the subsequent hazardous driving conditions have caused widespread cancelations to the domestic and national fixture schedule.

Seconds out for YM and Town round three

Seconds out for YM and Town round three

November 26, 2010 | 1,584 views | Comments (10)

Round three for YMCA and Monkstown as the pretenders to the Pembroke/Glenanne winner’s enclosure is the centrepiece for the men’s division one action, coming just six days after their last battle.

Pembroke stroke of fortune as Weston break duck

Pembroke stroke of fortune as Weston break duck

November 20, 2010 | 1,040 views | Comments (5)

Pembroke strike four-star second half performance moves them into a tie for top spot as Monkstown also closed in. Weston got their first division one point with a tie in Griffeen Valley Park against UCD

Weston and UCD face defining day

Weston and UCD face defining day

November 19, 2010 | 1,660 views | Comments (16)

It is make-or-break time for Weston and UCD as the table’s bottom pair face off on the Newcastle Road tomorrow in a vital tie in the relegation battle.

O’Connor earns ‘Broke share of spoils

O’Connor earns ‘Broke share of spoils

November 16, 2010 | 1,037 views | Leave a comment

Mick O’Connor’s superb second half strike left YMCA and Pembroke with a share of the spoils on a dirty night at Milltown, ending the hosts 100pc start to the Leinster season

O’Donoghue nets corner treble against UCD

O’Donoghue nets corner treble against UCD

November 14, 2010 | 969 views | Leave a comment

Glenanne picked off their most comfortable win of the season to date at Belfield to move back to the top of the Leinster division one table, playing their back match while their rivals were involved in the Irish Senior Cup.

Reds’ Garvey mission for revenge

Reds’ Garvey mission for revenge

November 12, 2010 | 1,760 views | Comments (6)

If Corinthian and Lisnagarvey can come anywhere close to matching last season’s incredible 5-6 result in the IHL semi-finals, tomorrow’s ISC opener will be some spectacle.

Wanderers fend off Town to take third spot

Wanderers fend off Town to take third spot

October 31, 2010 | 1,247 views | Comments (1)

Pembroke held Monkstown’s late charge at bay while Three Rock and Railway drew, seeing both drop a place in the standings. Corinthian claim their first win of the season while YMCA move top with another big win

Division One true colours to be revealed

Division One true colours to be revealed

October 29, 2010 | 2,020 views | Comments (6)

Men’s division one and two previews: True credentials are likely to be revealed this weekend as the new-look Pembroke, Monkstown, YMCA and Railway Union all face formative Saturday afternoon ties.

YM win record remains as Glens stay top

YM win record remains as Glens stay top

October 25, 2010 | 962 views | Comments (8)

YMCA’s 4-0 success over Three Rock means they are the only side left with a 100pc record as Glenanne drew 0-0 with Corinthian in Tallaght. Pembroke produced a comeback from 2-0 down while Railway and Monkstown also won

Reds ready for Glens revenge mission

Reds ready for Glens revenge mission

October 22, 2010 | 977 views | Comments (5)

In an interview with the Irish Independent, Corinthian captain Andrew Sutton says the mood is still high in the reds’ camp despite Glenanne’s recent comeback from the dead in the IHL.