Visitors Holcombe and Armagh were the winners of the annual Nigel Cheevers Memorial Tournament at Steelweld Park in Cookstown over the weekend.
Gemma Frazer has quit Belfast Harlequins after three seasons with the EY Irish Hockey League club and has joined Armagh in a shock move
Pamela Glass has been reflecting on her decision to retire from first team hockey after a glittering career with club and country spanning a quarter of a century.
Banbridge have confirmed that Mark Tumilty has stepped down from his role as head coach of the men’s first team following last Saturday’s EY Champions Trophy semi-final game at Havelock Park.
Wallace High kept on course for a rare Ulster schoolboy hockey double success on Wednesday when they defeated Banbridge Academy 4-1 at Lisnagarvey to book their place in the John Minnis Estate Agents Burney Cup final, writes John Flack.
Banbridge Academy heaved a collective sigh of relief after reaching their fourth Belfast Telegraph Ulster schoolgirls’ Senior Cup final in a row on Wednesday when they defeated Strathearn 1-0 to earn a date with Ballyclare High in the final at Lisnagarvey on March 6.
Omagh captain Lyndsey McCay stepped out of the shadow of her big sister to complete a notable family double last Saturday (December 29) when she lifted the Ulster Senior Cup following a 2-0 win over Raphoe in an entertaining final at Stormont.
Banbridge were comfortable 4-1 winners over EYHL rivals Annadale in the St Stephen’s Day Kirk Cup final at Lisnagarvey
Pegasus lifted the Denman Ulster Shield for a record-breaking 29th time on Wednesday when they defeated Belfast Harlequins 4-3 in a penalty shootout after a 2-2 draw following a dramatic final at Lisnagarvey.
Banbridge and Annadale will face off in the Kirk Cup final on St Stephen’s Day as the big EYHL guns return to the showpiece Ulster competition after a couple of years absence
Pegasus will start as strong favourites to lift the prestigious Denman Ulster Shield on St Stephen’s Day at Stormont but coach Greg Thompson won’t be underestimating local rivals Belfast Harlequins.
Wallace High School were crowned McCullough Cup winners for the fifth time after defeating holders Sullivan Upper 3-2 on penalties following a 2-2 draw in a thrilling final at Lisnagarvey on Wednesday
Banbridge coach Mark Tumilty hailed his young guns, who came from a goal down to book their place in the St Stephen’s Day Cup final with a hard-fought 3-2 win over Lisnagarvey on Sunday in Belfast
There will be a festival of hockey at Cookstown this weekend as some of the best teams in Ireland and England come to Steelweld Park to compete for the annual Nigel Cheevers Memorial Trophy.
Queen’s University ladies have received a boost by securing a three-year deal with local software company Etain as they prepare for Friday night’s opening Ulster Premier League game with Banbridge in Belfast, writes John Flack.
Ards Ladies Hockey Club are looking for a coach for 2018-19 season for their first team. It follows Gareth Grundie’s decision to step down from the role after 13 years at the helm
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