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Experienced Ireland panel California dreaming

Experienced Ireland panel California dreaming

February 4, 2015 | 1,392 views | Comments (1)

Craig Fulton has named a hugely experienced panel for the first phase of the Olympic qualifying process with the release of his 18 player panel for World League Round Two which tips off in San Diego on February 28.

Belgium too strong for Ireland at end of hectic tour

Belgium too strong for Ireland at end of hectic tour

February 1, 2015 | 615 views | Leave a comment

Ireland concluded their South African tour with a 7-2 loss against world number five side Belgium on Sunday in Cape Town.

Belgium run up 3-0 win in first test in Cape Town

Belgium run up 3-0 win in first test in Cape Town

January 31, 2015 | 719 views | Leave a comment

Ireland fell to a 3-0 loss to Belgium in their fifth game in seven days in Cape Town this week, succumbing to the world number five side, Belgium, in the first of two games this weekend.

Five-star Dutch see off Ireland in second test

Five-star Dutch see off Ireland in second test

January 29, 2015 | 616 views | Leave a comment

The Netherlands ran up their second win in two days over Ireland in Stellenbosch as they proved too strong for a Green Machine playing their fourth game in five days.

Boevendeert denies Ireland with final quarter flurry

Boevendeert denies Ireland with final quarter flurry

January 28, 2015 | 903 views | Leave a comment

A final quarter blitz denied Ireland a famous result against world number two side, the Netherlands, as they eventually succumbed 5-2 in their test match in Cape Town.

Lucky 13 as Good snatches last ditch winner in Cape Town

Lucky 13 as Good snatches last ditch winner in Cape Town

January 26, 2015 | 2,659 views | Leave a comment

Kyle Good struck with 13 seconds to go to grab Ireland a dramatic 5-4 win over South Africa in Hartleyvale in their second test match of their warm-weather tour.

SA strike late to earn draw with Irish men

SA strike late to earn draw with Irish men

January 25, 2015 | 803 views | Leave a comment

Ireland’s men began their build-up to the World League round two with a 2-2 draw against South Africa in Hartleyvale, succumbing to a late comeback from the hosts.

Upbeat Ireland start big year with South Africa date; Glens v YM the IHL focus

Upbeat Ireland start big year with South Africa date; Glens v YM the IHL focus

January 22, 2015 | 4,319 views | Leave a comment

Ireland’s senior men play the first test match of 2015 on Sunday in Cape Town as they take on South Africa to kickstart their Olympic qualifying preparations; YM and Glenanne the key game in Leinster’s division one in the IHL chase

Evans earns draw and share of Spain series spoils

Evans earns draw and share of Spain series spoils

January 20, 2015 | 516 views | Leave a comment

Nikki Evans scored a late goal to earn Ireland a draw and a share of the spoils from the three-game series in Valencia this week.

Comerma ends Irish run as goals rain in Spain

Comerma ends Irish run as goals rain in Spain

January 18, 2015 | 885 views | Leave a comment

Anna O’Flanagan’s hat trick proved in vain in game two as Gloria Comerma struck with moments to go, also completing a treble, ending Ireland’s run of eight successive wins dating back to last August.

Watkins nicks eighth successive win for Ireland

Watkins nicks eighth successive win for Ireland

January 17, 2015 | 837 views | Leave a comment

The Irish women’s winning run stretched to eight games as they shaded the opening tie of their three game series in Valencia though coach Darren Smith says there is plenty to work on.

Gormley and Magee return to Irish men’s set-up

Gormley and Magee return to Irish men’s set-up

January 13, 2015 | 1,273 views | Comments (1)

Ireland’s two most capped players, Eugene Magee and Ronan Gormley, are back in Craig Fulton’s men’s national panel for their trip to South Africa later this month.

Colvin back in Irish panel after 17-month injury absence

Colvin back in Irish panel after 17-month injury absence

January 5, 2015 | 1,326 views | Comments (1)

Lizzie Colvin has returned to the Irish senior women’s panel for the first time since August 2013 following a lengthy battle back from an anterior cruciate knee ligament injury.

Ireland share France series; Smith’s women learn WL2 draw

Ireland share France series; Smith’s women learn WL2 draw

November 26, 2014 | 1,005 views | Leave a comment

Ireland’s men shared their series with France with two draws from two outings in Wattignies, the second tie finishing 3-3 on Wednesday morning.

Ireland and France stalemate in Wattignies; YM through to Mills semis

Ireland and France stalemate in Wattignies; YM through to Mills semis

November 25, 2014 | 1,045 views | Leave a comment

Ireland’s men drew their first game together after three months apart, plying their club across Europe, ending in a scoreless stalemate against France in Wattignies.

Glassey and Ingram receive Irish calls for French series

Glassey and Ingram receive Irish calls for French series

November 18, 2014 | 1,727 views | Comments (1)

Neal Glassey and Mark Ingram look set to win their first international caps next week as the Irish senior men take on France in a pair of test matches in Lille.

The Year in Review: Smith reflects on strong 2014

The Year in Review: Smith reflects on strong 2014

November 5, 2014 | 704 views | Leave a comment

By most statistics, 2014 was a particularly sweet one for Ireland’s Green Army. A silver medal at the Champions Challenge in Glasgow was certainly the highlight, especially when considered they entered the tournament as the seventh ranked side.

“Pretty good year” ends with seventh straight win as Smith’s Ireland complete Scottish whitewash

“Pretty good year” ends with seventh straight win as Smith’s Ireland complete Scottish whitewash

November 5, 2014 | 923 views | Comments (1)

Aine Connery’s double helped Ireland finish a hugely productive 2014 on a high note as they completed a clean sweep over Scotland in Dublin this week and extended their winning run to seven games all told.

Contentious Connery effort makes it two from two

Contentious Connery effort makes it two from two

November 3, 2014 | 901 views | Leave a comment

Aine Connery’s hotly contested effort saw Ireland win their second test match in succession against Scotland at Grange Road, guaranteeing a series victory on a brisk evening in south Dublin

Brown strikes at the last for opening Irish win

Brown strikes at the last for opening Irish win

November 2, 2014 | 750 views | Leave a comment

Chloe Brown’s last minute deflected penalty corner saw Ireland win the first of three international matches this weekend against Scotland, providing the only goal of the tie at Grange Road.