Mens Division 1
The top five in women’s Leinster division one all got one over on lower ranked teams in the league while Monkstown, Pembroke and TRR all strengthened their positions on the men’s side; here’s all the key results from Saturday, January 31
Faced with a tester this Saturday, Monkstown can move another big step closer to retaining the men’s Leinster division one title on Saturday when they make the trip up the coast road to face Railway Union.
A pair of 2-1 wins served to bolster Railway Union and Glenanne’s IHL hopes, putting a major dent in YMCA’s chances while Corinthian now look to be all but out of the mix; Monkstown, Pembroke and Three Rock also recorded wins to stay in control of an IHL place
Railway Union, Hermes, Cork Harlequins and Ulster Elks booked their tickets to the Irish Senior Cup semi-finals after a high octane day of action around the country; the results from today’s big games are here, anything missing/incorrect, let me know!
Ireland’s senior men play the first test match of 2015 on Sunday in Cape Town as they take on South Africa to kickstart their Olympic qualifying preparations; YM and Glenanne the key game in Leinster’s division one in the IHL chase
Shane Madeley’s penalty corner nine minutes from time saw UCD end YMCA’s winning streak, a result that sees the latter miss out on the chance to move up to third in the table.
The race for the men’s IHL places from Leinster’s division one continues to be too close to call as YMCA’s winning run continues, Glenanne bounce back as did Pembroke in a dramatic Sunday win over Monkstown; the sky-blues, though, end the weekend four points clear
Ireland’s women continued their winning ways into the New Year with a 2-1 win over Spain; leaders Hermes and Monkstown bolstered their positions at the top while the race for the IHL places endured yet another fascinating Saturday; any missing scores, let me know!
After last weekend saw the race for IHL places close significantly, round 12 of men’s Leinster division one offers yet another set of potential twists and turns with key games between a number of the central protagonists.
Three Rock Rovers and Glenanne grabbed 3-2 wins over Pembroke and Glenanne respectively to see a reshuffle in the race for the IHL places while Corinthian and YMCA close in, too; Cork C of I cause big shock in the Irish Senior Cup against Lisnagarvey
All the results from men’s and women’s division one and two with some very eye-catching results from what could be a very important day in the IHL race; all league tables have also been updated, anything missing, let me know at email@example.com
Lisnagarvey and Cork C of I battle it out for the final place in the men’s Irish Senior Cup semi-finals on Saturday to kick-start the second phase of the season while the men’s Leinster division one returns and the indoor league comes to a conclusion
Men’s Leinster Division One Avoca 4 (Ziggy Agnew 2, Andrew Ramsay, Cliff Bailey) UCD 3 (Sean O’Malley, Kirk Shimmins, David McClure) Avoca claimed their first win in Leinster’s division one since the 2005/06 season as they clung on to beat UCD 4-3 at Newpark this afternoon in the last tie of the calendar year. The […]
Richard Sykes’ last minute penalty corner saw Monkstown retain their unbeaten Leinster league run into the New Year but, for the second time this season, dropped points against Glenanne; Pembroke held on for a 2-1 win over Railway
The first tranche of the Leinster league season comes to an end this weekend with three well-matched ties in men’s division one, two of which will have a big effect on the potential IHL placings.
Monkstown produced a blistering show of form to crush Pembroke 5-1 at Serpentine Avenue on Saturday evening and reignite their Irish Hockey League challenge; the race for the IHL places hots up in the Leinster league while Corinthian reach Neville Cup final
Pembroke and Monkstown will meet in their much-anticipated Irish Hockey League Pool A refixture this Saturday in Serpentine Avenue; just two ties remain in Leinster’s division one with a number of matches refixed
Corinthian closed the gap on the top four with a 2-1 win over Rathgar on Tuesday night in their refixed tie on a cold and windy night in Whitechurch after the initial tussle rained off in early November.
The race for the four automatic places in next year’s expanded Irish Hockey League saw a first major split in division one occur following YMCA’s 2-1 win over Railway Union in the Leinster senior league; three Leinster sides advance in Irish Hockey Trophy
It’s the top half of the table versus the bottom half in men’s Leinster division one, as time starts to tick on teams ambitions for the rest of the season, with some hoping for an early Christmas miracle.