Timmy Cockram’s goal in dead time saw Lisnagarvey salvage their eighth win from nine outings to retain their four-point lead at the top of the men’s EY Hockey League; Monkstown and TRR also won while Pembroke and C of I as well as Glenanne and Banbridge drew
The men’s EY Hockey League pre-Christmas schedule comes to a close on Saturday with a potentially important round of fixtures in the race for the playoff places.
Lisnagarvey extended their lead at the top of the men’s EY Hockey League to four points with a 4-0 win over TRR as Banbridge and Monkstown drew; Glenanne and Railway continued their good form with 1-0 wins; Annadale v Cookstown was postponed
Derby day for Railway Union and Pembroke as the Dublin 4 rivals meet in an important tie in the women’s EYHL playoff race with both sides currently in the top four; weekend preview
Saturday offers a day with plenty of movement possible in the men’s EY Hockey League table with all matches pitting sides in similar areas of the table against each other.
Lisnagarvey swapped places with Monkstown at the head of the men’s EY Hockey League as their win and Town’s loss to Glenanne saw the change; Three Rock move into fourth while Pembroke and Railway tie in the Dublin 4 derby
Just a point separates Pembroke and Railway Union but the latter is much happier with the early phases of the maiden EY Hockey League campaign; there’s is the key meeting of a busy weekend that also features Under-21 interpros, Irish Junior Cup and Mills Cup games
The Leinster indoor league has expanded from five teams to nine this season with Corinthian, Glenanne, YMCA and a Railway Union development joining the fray.
Railway Union and YMCA made seismic waves in the Irish Senior Cup with the elimination of reigning champions Banbridge and higher-tiered Annadale, respectively, to reach the quarter-finals of the competition.
The difference between the top of the Leinster league and the bottom end of the EY Hockey League will be put into sharp relief on Saturday when YMCA make the trip up to Annadale in round two of the Irish Senior Cup.
Glenanne closed in on the top three in the women’s Leinster Division One with their fourth win in their last five outings as they got the better of Rathgar 3-0 on Saturday afternoon.
It’s double-weekend time for the women’s EY Hockey League with the top trio of Hermes, Ulster Elks and Railway Union playing key games that could shake-up the look of the table
Monkstown and Lisnagarvey have cut themselves clear at the top of the EY Hockey League as both recorded double wins over the weekend; TRR had the next-best output with four points; Cork C of I and Banbridge lost ground with winless runs
Battle royale at Park Avenue as Railway Union and Hermes show down in the biggest match of the women’s EY Hockey League season to date; it is part of a lively weekend with Muckross and Loreto facing off in Leinster and the Irish Junior Cup also getting under way
A double weekend in the men’s EY Hockey League can see plenty of momentum shifts across the board both in the top and bottom halves of the table.
Back to back wins for Old Alex in three days have propelled them up to third place in women’s Leinster Division one and within three points of leading duo Loreto and Muckross.
Monkstown and Cork C of I’s perfect records both came to an end on Saturday afternoon in round four of the EY Hockey League. It leaves four sides covered by just a single point at the head of the table.
After the Irish Senior Cup hostilities and an Irish international series, the women’s EY Hockey League clicks back into gear this Saturday with the race for the playoff places revving up in intensity.
After a lengthy break for the majority of the sides in the men’s EY Hockey League, the competition returns to centre stage this weekend for round four.
All eight EY Hockey League sides saw off provincial league opposition to advance to the second round of the men’s Irish Senior Cup on a day of over 90 goals across 13 matches in the world’s oldest club competition.