Three Rock Ladies
The Jacqui Potter cup showed the difference in class between in division one and two as all seven ties went the way of the premier sides. Trinity were the big winners with a confidence boosting 6-0 win, dismissing what could have been a tricky tie against Genesis, unbeaten in division two thus far. The students […]
Saturday sees the brand new Irish Hockey Trophy get under way around the country. The competition – which also acts as a qualifier for the Irish Senior Cup – sees the first elevens from the second tier in Ulster, Munster and Leinster compete with the women’s competition also including sides from Connacht and South East […]
* With the season under two weeks away, there has been a flurry of moves in both the men’s and women’s leagues in recent weeks. Bray Ladies have been the busiest recuiters with Roy Horsfield taking over as coach, Sarah Scott coming in from Loreto as a player/assistant coach while Steph Hall and international goalkeeper […]
Glenanne ladies gained promotion back to big time as they deservedly won a dramatic promotion/relegation match with Three Rock Ladies, 3-2 after extra-time. The Glens were on top for most of the first half but found themsleves behind when TRL scored against the run of play when pusher out Laura Binions knocked in a penalty […]
Three Rock ladies will face off against Glenanne in a straight battle to see who takes the final spot in next season’s Leinster Senior League. They will play on Sunday at Serpentine Avenue at 4pm.
With the season closing in on its final scheduled month for league matches, the first divisional champions were confirmed this week with Three Rock Ladies thirds taking division 7. Up and down the leagues, many issues will be decided in the next few weeks. Here’s a rundown of some of those that are likely to […]
Mixed fortunes for Leinster sides as UCD, Pembroke, Trinity and Railway beat Ulster-based opposition in the ESB Irish Senior Cup but Genesis, Corinthian and Three Rock Ladies bowed out. Trinity and Pembroke were both drawn at home against Munster sides (Ashton and Bandon respectively) while Railway and UCD will again travel up North. In the […]