North Down prepare for life back in the Premier
North Down virtually assured their place in Ulster hockey's top flight when they beat Raphoe 3-1 at Comber on Saturday.
Ireland have much work to do before Olympic qualifier
Ireland stormed back from 3-0 down to rescue a 3-3 draw with Italy in the last match of the three-test series at Jordanstown.
Anna in race to be fit for Ireland's Olympics quest
Anna O'Flanagan is an injury doubt for Ireland's World League 3 bid in Valencia after the UCD striker sustained ankle ligament damage...
Chris Larmour steers Methody to U14 all-Ireland trophy
Methodist College Belfast Under 14s have won the John Waring All-Ireland Trophy ... the first time it has stayed in Ulster since its...
Dungannon and North Down make big step up
Dungannon and North Down Ladies have been promoted to the Ulster Premier League following a restructuring process brought about by the expanded Irish Hockey League which will be introduced next season.
Ireland hockey stars step up their Olympics bid with Tests in Belfast
Hockey fans in Ulster don't often get the chance to see international games north of the border but that changes this week with the Irish...
Ulster U21s get Tri-Nation invite to Glasgow in June
Ulster Under-21s have been invited to play in a Tri-Nation series against England and Scotland in Glasgow in June.
Banbridge stumble at final hurdle against Monkstown
It will be of little consolation after yesterday's 2-1 defeat in the Irish Hockey League final to Monkstown, but still take a bow coach Mark...
Ayeisha McFerran stars as Pegasus win title on penalties
Ayeisha McFerran's dream season continued yesterday when she was named goalkeeper-of-the tournament as Pegasus defied the odds to...
Big Five give their blessing to new hockey set-up
Ulster Hockey's slim hopes of maintaining a competitive men's Premier League next season are all but over ... because their top five teams have effectively given their backing to the new full all-Ireland league competition.
Katie Mullan's girls well placed to pose problem for Pegasus
Pegasus have a mammoth task on their hands if they are to book their place in the Irish Hockey League final as they prepare to take on an...
Ireland hockey opponents on fire as they gear up for Rio
Ulster and Irish interest in the European Hockey League finals in the Netherlands may not have extended to yesterday's semi-finals stages but some of Craig Fulton's international squad were able to run the rule over key Great Britain and Belgium players whom they'll meet in both the forthcoming World League 3 tournament and the European championships.
Janice calls it a day after helping Ards to title glory
Janice Vaughan has announced her retirement from hockey only a matter of weeks after helping Ards secure a Premier League-Ulster Shield double.
Bannbridge celebrate second trophy win in 48 hours
Four down, one to go - that's where trophy-chasing Banbridge find themselves after landing the Ulster Premier League title last night,...
Harvey and Brown receive recalls to the Ireland squad
Michelle Harvey and Chloe Brown have been recalled to the Ireland team to play three test matches against Italy later this month in...
Elks stun Hermes to make history
The Ulster Elks produced a magnificent display yesterday as they made history by defying the odds to lift the Irish Senior Cup for the first time after a 1-0 win over Hermes in the final in Dublin.
Bann bridge 29-year cup famine
It has been a long 29 years, but world hockey's oldest trophy is back in Banbridge after Mark Tumilty's lads beat Cork C of I on the silver goal in yesterday's Irish Senior Cup final at UCD.
Irish women's road to the Olympics gets a bit steeper
Ireland's women have landed a really tough draw at the World League 3 tournament in Valencia in June as they bid to book their tickets to...
Sullivan's all-Ireland hopes dashed by opening losses
Sullivan Upper had a miserable day at the Kate Russell Cup tournament in Galway yesterday as they lost both their opening matches.
Burney Cup: Ryan Getty finishes his Wallace career on High
What a way to wrap up your seven-year hockey career at Wallace High - by scoring the winning goal in a cup final with what was literally...
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