Harry Lynch’s 20th minute smash saw The High School land their first ever Leinster Schools senior title as they won the cup 1-0 against Wesley at Grange Road.
Pembroke and Monkstown took the youth laurels on Leinster finals day, winning the Junior Jacqui Potter Cup and Benny Atkinson titles, respectively.
Kate McKenna’s goal out of nothing continued Railway Union’s dominance in the Jacqui Potter Cup as they won for the sixth time in nine years, making it four trophies in one day for the Park Avenue club.
UCD fell to a second successive defeat in men’s Leinster Division One as injuries threaten to scupper their bid for top spot in the provincial league.
Pegasus extended their lead in the women’s EYHL as results went their way; Lisnagarvey moved to the top in the men’s EYHL; here’s the Saturday round-up
Glenanne face a monster weekend as the EYHL leaders host Banbridge on Saturday before they endeavour to win back the Mills Cup on Sunday from Three Rock Rovers on a busy bank holiday weekend.
Scoil Mhuire came back from a goal down to win the girls Munster Minor A League title last week.
The four sides for the EYHL2 semi-finalists were confirmed as Railway Union, UCD, Corinthian and Instonians all made it through with a game to spare with the final round being solely to decide who plays who.
Pegasus moved top of the women’s EYHL with a cracking win over Loreto; none of the top three in the men’s EYHL won, reigniting Pembroke and TRR’s outside interests in the title
Banbridge Academy came from a goal down to defeat Ballyclare High 2-1 and lift the Belfast Telegraph Ulster Senior Cup for only the second time in their history after a thrilling final at Lisnagarvey on Wednesday.
Monkstown summoned a massive late charge to stay in the women’s Leinster Division One title chase as they almost succumbed to a shock defeat to Our Lady’s.
The men’s Leinster Division One title race was blown wide open as Clontarf struck a last-minute winner to beat UCD, inflicting a first defeat of the campaign on the students.
Pembroke and Belfast Harlequins jumped up a couple of places in the women’s EYHL; Glenanne went clear on their own in the men’s competition as YM nabbed an important victory; here’s the key results
Loreto have launched a Monster Draw – in conjunction with club sponsor Loughlin Murphy of Toyota Sandyford – as part of their fundraising efforts for their European campaign which takes place in Amsterdam from April 19-21.
Old Alex got a crucial EYHL victory while Naas got a vital success in Leinster Division One; the top three in the province continue to roll on at pace, meanwhile; here’s a round-up of the women’s weekend action
Glenanne and Banbridge extended their advantage at the top as Pembroke fell to a late defeat to the Glens; Lisnagarvey scored a big win too; all the men’s EYHL, IJC and women’s Leinster league Division One
Corinthian became the first side to make it through to the last four of EYHL Division 2 as they produced an excellent second quarter performance to beat Kilkeel.
Catholic Institute moved within touching distance of the playoff stages of the women’s EY Hockey League Division 2 as they swept to a 3-0 win at Lurgan.
Glenanne edged back into the men’s EYHL lead while Loreto maintained their place in the women’s competition; busy day of action – check out all the results and pics from YMCA vs Cookstown
If they were not already, the top three in men’s Leinster Division One are pretty much nailed on after UCD and Corinthian both edged out fourth placed Dublin University 3-2 in the last few days.