Women’s Division 1
On a low-key end to the season, Genesis were the one side to make a move on the final day of the campaign as their 4-1 win saw them jump ahead of Corinthian in the rankings into sixth place.
Trinity’s ladies are now fully focused on landing an EY Hockey League berth following their run to the Leinster league title that bore silverware last Saturday afternoon.
The women’s Leinster Division One title race will rumble on for another week after Trinity’s 2-2 draw against Genesis while Muckross kept them honest with a 7-0 win over Avoca.
While UCD and Hermes-Monkstown are mathematically assured of a place in the EY Champions Trophy – and Cork Harlequins one win away from joining them – the regular season silverware is still very much a target up for decision.
Corinthian and Trinity prevailed from their respective Jacqui Potter Shield semi-finals on a weekend packed with incident across a series of cups as well as the Leinster women’s Division One.
Trinity beat their nearest rivals Muckross to move within touching distance of the women’s Leinster Division One title, winning out 3-1 on Marlborough Road to go seven points clear with four games to go.
Trinity continue to hold sway in women’s Leinster Division One despite a couple of scoring blanks in the last few weeks as they face into a potentially key game against Muckross.
The EY Irish Hockey League takes a back seat this weekend again as the National Cup competitions and the provincial leagues take center stage. On the women’s side the Irish Senior Cup takes center stage with the Semi-Final spots up for grabs. The tie of the round without doubt is the Dublin derby in Belfield […]
Despite sitting in the bottom half of the table, Avoca and Our Lady’s have shown considerable progress in the first half of the season for coaches Ronan Hickey and Mark Lambe in women’s Leinster Division One
Glenanne came back from 2-0 down to draw with Muckross on Wednesday night for what could prove an important point in the women’s Leinster Division One race for the playoff places.
Jenny Long’s pair of goals saw Trinity take control of women’s Leinster Division One ahead of a quick-fire double-header this week; plenty of Leinster sides prosper in women’s Irish Junior Cup
Loreto nudged their way into fourth place in the women’s EY Hockey League but were denied all three points in their refixed tie against Railway Union; Our Lady’s and Glenanne won their midweek ties in Leinster Division One
Top of the table Trinity and Old Alex moved four points clear of the women’s Leinster Division One table with their respective Saturday wins; round-up of the league and results from the Irish Hockey Trophy
Trinity came from a goal down to beat Genesis and return to a share of top spot in the Leinster women’s Division One table with a game in hand; round-up of week seven of the season
The key results from the boys interpros as well as the women’s EYHL, Leinster Division One, the Irish Junior Cup and the Irish Hockey Challenge
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
A confident 3-1 win over Muckross has seen Trinity eke out a one-point lead at the top of women’s Leinster Division one, seeing off a strong opponent to head the table.
Genesis moved into a share of first place in women’s Leinster Division One as their strong defensive record played a role in seeing off Our Lady’s 2-0 on Saturday.
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
Muckross made it three wins out of three in women’s Leinster Division One with a 5-0 win over Our Lady’s in Muckross Park on Saturday, leaving them as the only side with a perfect record to date.