Mens Division 1
Stuart Malcolm rescued a point for Rathgar from their away day at Kilkenny, scoring his second in the closing two minutes for a 3-3 draw in their first Leinster league tie of 2017; Three Rock won four from four to top the group stages of the Leinster indoor league
Weston created history with their first ever league win in Leinster Division 1 in their third year playing in the provincial top tier as they ran out 3-1 winners in Kilkenny on Sunday.
YMCA kept the pressure on Corinthian as they moved to within three points of the Leinster men’s Division One leaders with a 6-0 win over Kilkenny on Saturday; four Leinster sides remain in the Irish Junior Cup hunt
YMCA strengthened their hold on second place in Leinster men’s division one with a fifth win from six outings, seeing off fourth placed Dublin University 3-1 at Santry Avenue.
Thom Ritchie’s brilliant last minute finish saw YMCA grab a dramatic 3-2 win over Clontarf in the tie of the round in week six of the men’s Leinster Division One.
All the key scores from day six of the men’s and women’s EY Hockey Leagues along with the scores from the Leinster Division One leagues and the women’s Irish Hockey Trophy first round
Corinthian continued their winning ways last Saturday in men’s Leinster Division One, coming out on top 2-0 winners against Rathgar at St Columba’s College.
Corinthian came back from 2-0 and 3-1 down to beat YMCA to make the first major statement in men’s Leinster Division One, beating their arch rivals 5-3.
The women’s Irish Senior Cup went pretty much to ranking with all the EYHL sides making it through unscathed bar Ulster Elks; Lisnagarvey’s 21-game winning run in the EYHL was ended as they drew with TRR
Avoca claimed their first win of the men’s Leinster Division One season with a narrow 2-1 win over Kilkenny last Saturday as they look to build towards an EYHL playoffs push.
All the results from Leinster’s Division One for men and women as well as the women’s EYHL
Weston created a piece of club history last Saturday with their first ever point in men’s Leinster Division 1 thanks to a second half equaliser from Tadgh Donnelly.
A lively day across the EYHL with Monkstown and Lisnagarvey continuing their perfect starts on the men’s sides while Hermes-Monkstown and Cork Harlequins lead the way on the women’s; all the key results from today
Clontarf came back from a goal down to get the early edge over Avoca – one of their main potential rivals for an EYHL playoff place – with a 3-2 win at Newpark.
YMCA and Corinthian look set to be the two leading lights to push for promotion out of Leinster Division One and onward to the men’s EY Hockey League playoffs this season.
Weston will be looking to bounce back after a rough 2015/16 season in which they were unable to land a single win.
Last season was adjudged to be successful but was trying at times for Emmett Hughes and his cohorts but they hope to maintain and build on the momentum of the latter half of the season.
The revolving door that is college hockey has shipped out some key players this year with last years captain and vice captain – Aran Rooney and Robbie Clarke – as well as club stalwart Connor Montgomery moving on.
After two years of rebuilding, head coach Trevor Dagg will be delighted to see a settled side this year plus some exciting new recruits.
Avoca welcome back Mark Haughton and Peter Haughton from their travels but the latter comes back with a knee injury requiring surgery and so his impact will be limited.