Kilkeel men lifted the Ulster Premier title for the first time in the club’s history following a 3-1 win over Bangor in the title decider on Saturday while Lurgan were subsequently crowned women’s champions on Wednesday night.
Ulster Premier League champions Lurgan are clearly not going to give up their title without a fight as they continued their winning run with a 2-0 home victory over basement side North Down on Saturday
In the women’s Ulster Premier League, Queen’s stay top despite only drawing 1-1 with Randalstown at the Dub at the weekend, following up with a Monday night win over Banbridge, writes John Flack.
Rainey Endowed lifted the Belfast Telegraph Ulster Senior Schoolgirls’ Cup for the first time after a dramatic 3-1 penalty shootout win over holders Banbridge Academy which followed a 1-1 draw after extra time at Stormont
Holders Banbrdge Academy are safely through to the Belfast Telegraph Ulster Senior Cup final after Katie McKee proved to be captain fantastic in a 2-0 semi-final win over Sullivan Upper at Stormont on Wednesday
With Ulster Premier leaders Ballymoney becoming the latest team to falter on Rainey’s indoor pitch at Meadowbank, Queen’s now have the look of women’s Ulster Premier title favourites
Saturday’s top Ulster Premier clash between Belfast Harlequins and Instonians certainly lived up to its billing as the hosts came from 3-2 down to secure a dramatic 4-3 win with two goals in the last 10 minutes at Deramore.
Ulster Hockey’s workforce development officer, Johnny McMeekin, is confident that indoor hockey will continue to grow across the province, writes John Flack.
Bangor have leapfrogged Instonians to go back to the top of the Ulster Premier League following a 7-0 drubbing of Queen’s at the Dub on Saturday; Dungannon have joined Ballymoney at the top of the women’s Ulster Premier
In the women’s Ulster Premier League, Banbridge sent Dungannon plunging to their first defeat of the season with a shock 2-0 win at the Tyrone venue; on the men’s side, Bangor scored a big win over Instonians
Dungannon are riding high at the top of the women’s Ulster Premier League after a 1-0 win over Ballymoney on Saturday saw them go level with their opponents on points with a game in hand.
Bangor stay top of the Ulster Premier League after a hard-fought 2-1 over Kirk Cup champions Kilkeel at the Aurora Complex on Saturday in the battle of the Ulster cup winners.
Northern Ireland estate agent John Minnis has signed a three-year deal to sponsor Ulster schoolboy hockey’s Burney Cup in a deal which will lead into the centenary of the competition in 2020.
Bangor lifted the Linden Cup for the second time in three years on Monday, two goals apiece from Ryan Burgess and Michael McComb helping them ease to an emphatic 5-0 win over Raphoe in the final at Deramore Park
On New Year’s Day, Bangor will carry the burden of favouritism going into their Linden Cup clash with Raphoe, having beaten the Donegal side 3-0 in the Ulster Premier League only last weekend.
Lisnagarvey lifted the Senior Cup for the first time with a hard fought 3-2 win over Ballymena in a thrilling final at Mossley on Saturday
The long wait is finally over for Queen’s University, who defeated the holders Lurgan 2-1 in a thrilling Denman Ulster Shield final at Stormont on St Stephen’s Day to lift the trophy for the first time since 1933.
Kilkeel lifted the Kirk Cup for the first time in the club’s history when they defeated Mossley 3-2 on penalties after the sides had been locked together at 1-1 following a hugely entertaining final at Stormont on St Stephen’s Day.
Lurgan ladies won the Denman Ulster Shield for the first time in the club’s history last season and they are determined to hold on to the prestigious trophy by beating an in-form Queen’s side on St Stephen’s Day at Stormont (1pm)
Kilkeel will be hoping their never-say-die attitude will inspire them to what would be a first-ever Kirk triumph as they prepare to take on Mossley in the Stephen’s Day final at Stormont (3pm).