Instonians won the big Ulster Premier League clash on Saturday as they avenged their recent Kirk Cup defeat by Civil Service to record a comfortable 4-1 win at Shaw’s Bridge.
Queen’s University secured an important win over Lurgan in the weekend’s top Ulster Premier league clash at Upper Malone as they defeated the reigning champions 3-2
Carl Allen pays tribute to Philip Duke who passed away this week following his untimely death; most recently, Dukie was in Valencia working with the Irish Under-21s, the latest in a myriad of roles he was involved in
Dungannon ladies swept to their second win over North Down in the space of four days as they opened their Ulster Premier League campaign with a 5-1 victory over the Comber side on Saturday
John Flack rounds up the weekend’s hockey in Ulster, looking back on a thriller between Belfast Harlequins and NICS and all the other action from the Kirk Cup, Linden Cup, Ulster Shield and Senior Cup
Ulster hockey has launched a new initiative aimed at male hockey players in the over-50 age-group, who are either still playing for clubs or would like to revive their careers.
Newly-promoted Mossley Ladies are closing in on a place in the semi-finals of the Denman Ulster Shield after securing promotion to the top-flight for the first time last season, writes John Flack.
Rainey HC and Cookstown HC were crowned champions at the 2017 Nigel Cheevers Memorial Tournament at Steelweld Park in Cookstown on Saturday.
Mossley’s Performance Academy will play a high-quality series against Waterloo Ducks and Royal Orée in Brussels from August 25-28 with a view to setting up a development link in Belgium on an ongoing basis.
Lurgan were crowned Ulster Premier League champions for the second year in a row after coming from behind to defeat Queen’s University 3-1 on Wednesday night and complete back-to-back titles, writes John Flack. The result means Lurgan have completed a league-Denman Ulster Shield triumph for the first time although they had to work hard for […]
The race for promotion to the women’s EY Hockey League reaches a potentially thrilling denouement at Grange Road with four teams battling it out for the one automatic ticket to next season’s national league.
The 21st Nigel Cheevers Memorial Tournament will run during January in a round robin home and away format withEYHL Clubs Lisnagarvey, Banbridge and Cookstown participating.
Instonians and Randalstown claimed the annual December 26 honours in Ulster when they landed the Kirk Cup and Ulster Shield titles respectively at Stormont with final wins over Mossley and Queen’s
Armagh men’s hockey club celebrating their 20th Anniversary last weekend, hosting a game between the Ulster Vets and Irish Vets at Ardmore in memory of club founding member George Compston.
Banbridge Bears and the Pegasus Flyers claimed the first trophies of the Irish hockey club season in Havelock Park on Sunday as they won the Anderson Cup and McCausland, Light and Rankin Cup, respectively.
Banbridge and Lisnagarvey will play joint host for Ulster Hockey’s first “Festival of Hockey” as the first competitive action of the club season in Ireland gets underway this evening with the Anderson Cup along with the inaugural McCausland, Light & Rankin Cup tip off.
With Annadale and Banbridge’s Premier League tie postponed due to a lack of free pitch time last Saturday at Lough Moss, it meant no direct chaser took much advantage of Lisnagarvey’s slip against Mossley.
The Ulster men’s Premier League saw a couple of shock results which served to strengthen Lisnagarvey’s hand, even though they had no game as Banbridge, Annadale and Instonians all lost ground
The gulf between the so called big boys and the rest was evident last weekend in the Ulster Premier League with an aggregate score of 25-2 to the perennial favourites.
The Irish invasion of Brasschaat takes over this weekend as Banbridge and Cookstown, along with a glut of green internationals, go in search of an EuroHockey League KO16 place.