Railway Union moved into a share of top spot in men’s Leinster Division One with a 3-0 win over Portrane, joining UCD on 22 points; Clontarf ran up five first half goals as Rathgar close gap to top three
Railway, Rathgar and Clontarf won big in men’s Leinster Division One; TRR topped their Leinster indoor group; the Jacqui Potter Cup quarter-final qualifiers were completed with Pembroke II flying the Division 2 flag
Railway Union have the chance to move into a share of top spot of Leinster men’s Division One when they take on Portrane as the league returns for 2019.
Big guns Railway Union and Loreto both got over potential banana skins in midweek to be the first sides to reach the last eight of the Jacqui Potter Cup with the next six ties taking place on Saturday.
Dublin North Hockey Club are anxiously waiting for further details from Hockey Ireland and Sport Ireland over how soon they need to find a new base for the club.
Three Rock Rovers retained the Neville Cup title, prevailing via a shoot-out on St Stephen’s Day at Serpentine Avenue for the second successive season.
Rathdown School have announced that ALD Merrion Fleet have agreed to continue their sponsorship of the ALD Merrion Fleet Arena.
Irish World Cup silver medal winners Lena Tice and Ayeisha McFerran have both been named on shortlists for the FIH Hockey Stars awards following an epic 2018.
UCD have announced the planned installation of a new internationally certified playing surface at the UCD Hockey Stadium in Belfield with the aim of being ready to potentially host the next stage of the women’s Olympic qualifying process.
A pair of 5-1 wins saw both Corinthian and Monkstown take advantage of Trinity’s postponed game to move into a share of top spot in women’s Leinster Division One; Railway Union won the only game in men’s Division One
Corinthian and Monkstown took the chance to leap ahead of Trinity whose game in women’s Leinster Division One was called off; Railway won the only game in the men’s division while Bandon and Cork Harlequins reached the Peard Cup final
Railway Union will look to halve the gap to UCD at the top of men’s Leinster Division One as the pre-Christmas schedule comes to a close on Saturday.
The battle for women’s Leinster Division One supremacy faces its final twist of 2018 this weekend with just one point covering Trinity, Monkstown and Corinthian; Rathgar’s winning streak keeps rolling
1983 Hockey World Cup medalist Patricia Heberle has been named as the Olympic Federation of Ireland’s Chef de Mission for the 2019 European Games in Minsk and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The King’s Hospital School recently opened its second all-weather hockey pitch. To mark this occasion, past pupils and Irish internationals Pamela Smithwick and Alan Giles attended a ceremony to cut the ribbon and officially open the pitch.
Rathgar continued their incredible turnaround in form as they came from 2-0 down to beat Naas 3-2 to make it three wins in succession.
Late goals proved the order of the day as UCD and Avoca both scored very late wins in men’s Leinster Division One to take the spoils in their respective ties.
UCD won a late thriller against Corinthian 4-3 win in men’s Division One; the big guns largely advance in the men’s IJC; on the women’s side, Trinity, Insta, UCC and Lurgan picked up wins while Rathgar produced comeback of the day
The final series of EYHL Division 2 games for 2018 take the field on Saturday with the scramble for points intensifying across the groups.
Corinthian and Pembroke both put together strong comebacks to advance to the last four of the Mills Cup last Sunday, seeing off Portrane and Kilkenny respectively; Railway and UCD progress their Leinster Division One chances