Cup holders Bann and Elks start title defences in Dublin
Banbridge will begin the defence of their Irish Senior Cup with a trip to Dublin to face UCD on October 31.
Ireland's call leads to big Bann clash being postponed
Ireland men are to take on World No.6 side Argentina in a mini-series in Dublin from October 14-18 - and that means the scheduled EY Irish Hockey League fixtures that weekend, which include the eagerly-anticipated clash between last season's two finalists Banbridge and...
Defender Pamela Glass happy to be back in the fold at Pegasus
Defender Pamela Glass is wearing the famous red shirt of Pegasus again after having second thoughts about retiring from first-team hockey.
Pegasus undone by Pembroke
Pegasus coach Arlene Boyles didn't attempt to make any excuses after watching her team fall to a 2-1 defeat by Pembroke Wanderers in a pulsating EY Irish Hockey League clash at Upper Malone on Saturday.
Garvey stutter as Bann fire out derby warning
The last thing Lisnagarvey needed before next week's huge derby clash with Banbridge was a humiliating home defeat in the EY Irish Hockey League.
Becky on quest to lead Ards toward EY Irish Hockey League summit
Ulster champions Ards have a mountain to climb if they are to win the EY Irish Hockey League but one of their players is more than used to such a challenge.
Neal Glassey out to build momentum for Lisnagarvey as Monkstown visit
Irish international Neal Glassey's first competitive goal for his new club Lisnagarvey proved to be decisive in giving the Blues their first win in the new EY Irish Hockey League - and now the dynamic midfielder wants to make an impact when current all-Ireland champions...
Banbridge dazzle as hotshot Dowds fires a warning
Ulster's most lethal marksman Stephen Dowds has started the new campaign with a two-goal salvo as Banbridge opened their EY Irish Hockey League programme with a 3-1 win over Annadale.
Villain Shirley McCay makes amends for Ulster Elks
Shirley McCay was villain turned heroine as the Ulster Elks got their EY Irish Hockey League campaign off to a winning start with a 3-1 defeat of Pembroke Wanderers at Jordanstown on Saturday.
Ireland hero Paul Gleghorne is ready for Lisnagarvey debut
Paul Gleghorne, one of the stars as Ireland clinched bronze medals at the recent European Championships, is finally set to make his Lisnagarvey debut this Saturday when the new all-singing, all-dancing, fully-fledged EY Irish Hockey League hits off.
Pegasus coach Arlene Boyles rejects 'super clubs' fear over expanded EY Irish Hockey League
Pegasus coach Arlene Boyles has rejected the notion that the expanded EY Irish Hockey League, which gets under way this weekend, will create so-called super clubs.
Instonians, Harlequins, Civil Service and Mossley eyeing up places in Kirk Cup semis
The Kirk Cup semi-finals could be dominated by Belfast clubs this season.
Dungannon take the first Premier scalp over Portadown
Ulster Premier League debutantes Dungannon proved they will be no pushovers after opening their campaign with a 1-0 win over Portadown at Edenvilla Park on Saturday.
Annadale have high hopes for Australian star Robbie McGuire
Annadale are set to become the first Ulster men's club in years to introduce an overseas player - but Australian Robbie McGuire won't arrive in time for the opening game in the new-look all-Ireland league set-up.
Tori Hastings keeping up a family tradition ahead of debut Ulster Premier League season
Queen's University's new signing Tori Hastings doesn't need to look too far for moral support as she contemplates her first season with the Students in the Ulster Premier League.
Katerine Hill key as North Down defeat Portadown
Katherine Hill has a knack of scoring important goals as she proved when she hit the winner for Regent House in their Belfast Telegraph Senior Cup final triumph last March.
Cookstown celebrate opening of new pitch
Cookstown have officially opened their new sand-filled pitch to add to their water-based facility at the town's High School.
Ulster clubs delighted to avoid costly Euro journeys
The venues for the European Club Championships have been decided - and it's good news for Ulster clubs.
Tributes for Lisnagarvey stalwart Nigel Howard who was a true Blue
Tributes have been pouring in for Lisnagarvey's 1st XI manager Nigel Howard, who passed away suddenly.
Lauren Brown swaps catwalk for a whole new ball game as North Down Ladies prepare for...
Full-time student and part-time model Lauren Brown is equally comfortable on the catwalk as she is on the hockey pitch as a key member of the North Down Ladies club.
Northern Ireland fans savour qualification for first tournament in 30 years Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland 3-1 Greece: Green and White Army is off to France International
Parishioners hit out after minister removes British Legion flags from churches Northern Ireland
50 badgers feared buried alive after setts 'wiped out' by digger Environment
Security alerts in Belfast, Omagh and Derry where PSNI due to host recruitment... Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland 3-1 Greece: Green and White Army is off to France
Northern Ireland qualify for Euro 2016: Party time for fans after night that's set to go down in history
Parishioners hit out after minister removes British Legion flags from churches
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50 badgers feared buried alive after setts 'wiped out' by digger
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