Mens Division 1
Clontarf completed a superb 2015 with a 4-3 win over Fingal to pass 40 points in calendar year for the first time in their history, winning 14 games out of 16 in the league since last January.
All the key results from Saturday, December 12’s EYHL matches as well as the Leinster league division ones and the two women’s Irish Hockey Trophy ties that survived the weather
Saturday offers a day with plenty of movement possible in the men’s EY Hockey League table with all matches pitting sides in similar areas of the table against each other.
Just a point separates Pembroke and Railway Union but the latter is much happier with the early phases of the maiden EY Hockey League campaign; there’s is the key meeting of a busy weekend that also features Under-21 interpros, Irish Junior Cup and Mills Cup games
Clontarf and Corinthian both confirmed their places in the top five of the Leinster league last weekend, keeping their hopes firmly alive of being involved in the EYHL playoffs later in the season.
YMCA’s 3-1 win over Clontarf means that both sides are a point away from being formally and mathematically ensured of a place in the top group when the Leinster Division One season splits in January.
It was leg one of the women’s EY Hockey League double weekend, day two of the boys interpros and another significant day in both the men’s and women’s Leinster Division Ones – here are all the results from those games
Corinthian took a significant step toward confirming their place in the top half of men’s Leinster Division One in midweek when they got the better of YMCA 3-1 on Tuesday evening.
A double weekend in the men’s EY Hockey League can see plenty of momentum shifts across the board both in the top and bottom halves of the table.
Clontarf continued their hugely impressive start to the Leinster men’s Division One season with a fourth successive win, beating UCD 6-5 at Mount Temple on Saturday to keep pace with UCD.
The last two remaining perfect records in the men’s EY Hockey League came to an end; here are all the key results from the EY Hockey League and the men’s and women’s Leinster Division One – anything missing? Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org
After a lengthy break for the majority of the sides in the men’s EY Hockey League, the competition returns to centre stage this weekend for round four.
Corinthian made it two out of two in men’s Leinster Division One, winning 6-2 from a potentially tricky away fixture against Kilkenny; UCD, Clontarf, YMCA, Dublin University and Avoca were also winners on day two of the new season
Day two of the EY Hockey League produced another series of high scoring affairs; here’s the round-up of the results from those divisions as well as the Leinster Division One leagues.
Over a dozen members of the extended Irish men’s panel will lock horns in the marquee men’s EY Hockey League clash between Lisnagarvey and Monkstown at Comber Road tomorrow.
Clontarf player-coach Gareth Borland struck late to nab a big three points for the Bulls against Avoca on day one of Leinster men’s Division One in what is anticipated to be one of the tussles for a top five spot.
The new look men’s Leinster Division One gets underway tomorrow with the battle to claim a place in the EY Hockey League a key target for a number of last year’s remaining Division One side.
Elun Hack has been appointed as University College Dublin Mens Hockey First XI coach for the 2015/16 season, taking on the role vacated by Rory O’Donoghue at the end of the previous season. Hack has a wealth of experience both on and off the pitch. Hack has played and coached at the top level of school and college hockey in South Africa since 2003.
Jonny Bruton’s hat trick against his former club helped Three Rock Rovers claim the fourth and final automatic Irish Hockey League place; Railway copper-fastened fifth place; Pembroke took points off Monkstown; Glens finish second and UCD land eighth
Three Rock Rovers pinned down the last Irish Hockey League place with a 4-1 win over YMCA; Genesis the one Leinster side still standing in the Irish Hockey Trophy; here’s the key results from today’s games