Ireland's Rio Olympics schedule is grand: Craig Fulton
The Rio Olympics hockey schedule has been released and the Irish men now know exactly what lies ahead of them in just over three months' time.
Brown gives Bann a boost in their bid to reach Europe
Banbridge are hoping that home advantage and the support of a large crowd will inspire them to an EY Irish Champions Trophy success this weekend -so they can take their place among Europe's elite next season.
Hannah McMillan now eyeing glory after fearing for her career
Hannah McMillan is just glad to be playing hockey these days after recovering from a career-threatening injury as Pegasus prepare to tackle Railway Union in the EY Irish Hockey League Champions Trophy semi-finals at Havelock Park on Saturday.
Impressive Instonians clinch place in all-Ireland
Ulster may be able to maintain four teams in the all-Ireland league for next season after all, following Instonians' success in winning the EY Provincial Play-offs over the weekend.
Brave Belfast Harlequins girls get second chance
Belfast Harlequins failed to secure the final automatic qualifying place in next season's EY Irish Hockey League when they went down 2-0 to Loreto in yesterday's promotion play-off final in Dublin.
Steven Redpath hoping to steer Inst to quadruple glory
Former Irish international Steven Redpath could end up landing four titles for Instonians in what is his first year as head coach at Shaw's Bridge.
Lisnagarvey go for Broke in EY play-offs semi-final
Lisnagarvey will face Pembroke Wanderers in the EY Irish Champions Trophy semi-final play-offs at Banbridge at the end of this month, following the completion of the Irish Hockey League programme on Saturday.
Ulster trio on the march
All three Ulster sides captured places in the final round of qualifying for next year's EY Irish Hockey League as Randalstown, Lurgan and Belfast Harlequins progressed to the last four in the provincial play-off series.
Lurgan and the Harlequins get off to perfect start
Ulster Premier League champions Lurgan got their bid to reach next season's Irish Hockey League off to a winning start last night when they beat Randalstown 1-0 in the provincial play-off series at Comber Road.
Emma Lindsay equals Glenavon football star hubby Kris
Liurgan midfielder Emma Lindsay has at last got her hands on a trophy to show off to her husband - Glenavon football captain Kris - who proudly held the Irish Cup aloft after the Mid-Ulster club defeated Ballymena United in the final two years ago.
Iain all set to chalk up 1,000 game milestone
You've all heard of the ton-up club, when someone reaches 100 games in their career, but meet the man who is about to achieve that milestone... TEN times over.
Shoot-out star McFerran
Ayeisha McFerran further underlined her reputation as one of the best goalkeepers in the world at penalty shoot-outs as Ireland defied the odds and rankings to finish fifth in the Hawke's Bay tournament in New Zealand yesterday.
Dale are set to fall through trapdoor
Two of the four Irish Hockey League clubs from Ulster - Lisnagarvey and Banbridge - will be taking part in the end-of-season Irish Champions Trophy... but unfortunately the other two could be relegated to provincial hockey next season.
Irish girls will begin World Cup challenge in Malaysia
The Irish Hockey Association are facing another drain on their resources with confirmation that the national women's team must travel to Malaysia for the World League II tournament in the New Year.
Unlucky Irish girls face Korea in Hawke's Bay play-offs
Ireland's women produced another good display at the Hawke's Bay Cup tournament in New Zealand only to go down 3-0 to Commonwealth champions Australia.
Wilson returning home and fired up for Town mission
Zoe Wilson has quit a hockey scholarship in the United States after helping Syracuse University lift the national colleges title for the first time before Christmas.
Bid to make big impact in Rio Olympics will cost Ireland
Irish coach Craig Fulton has mapped out a hectic schedule to enable his squad to make an impact at the Rio Olympics in August - and it means the Irish Hockey Association will have to find an additional £150,000 to cover costs.
Coach Graham Shaw is so proud of his battling Irish girls
Ireland's women continued their impressive form at the Hawke's Bay international tournament in New Zealand yesterday although two goals in the last eight minutes gave the host team - ranked fourth in the world - a 3-1 victory.
Ulsterman Gleghorne returns to make Irish pay penalty
Ireland men lost the first of their training games against Great Britain at Bisham Abbey yesterday - and it was Ulsterman Mark Gleghorne who came back to haunt them big-time.
Seven-up Garvey clinch Irish crown in real style
The first fully-fledged All-Ireland league crown will rest in Ulster for the next year after Lisnagarvey powered to the title with three games to spare.
Ten Ulstermen in Ireland panel for GB mini-series
Ireland men are stepping up their preparations for the Rio Olympics with three games against world No 4 Great Britain at Bisham Abbey next week.
Mum's the word as the Burns girls lead Rainey charge
Rainey midfielder Rachel Burns is just like most teenagers in that she respects her mother and takes heed of any advice that comes her way most of the time - but their relationship is somewhat different from the norm on the hockey pitch.
Crunch time for Garvey and Instonians title ambitions
Both the national and provincial league titles are likely to be decided on Saturday, with Lisnagarvey favourites to clinch the Irish Hockey League and Instonians the Ulster Premier League.
Irish U18 boost Euro hopes with title victory
The Irish Under-18s began preparations for July's European championships in Cork when they won the three-match series against their Scottish counterparts at Jordanstown.
Ulster duo taking Irish break
Ulster players Chloe Brown and Gemma Frazer are to take a break from international hockey after declaring themselves unavailable for next month's prestigious Hawke's Bay Cup tournament in New Zealand.
Katie's family fortunes helping to power Quins
Mum's the word for Katie Larmour, who captained Methodist College to their first all-Ireland title earlier this month in Limerick when she proudly lifted the Kate Russell Cup.
Morris minors targeting glory with Ireland
Twins Harry and Matthew Morris are off to Scotland this weekend with the Irish Under-16s as they begin following in their father's footsteps.
Time is called on Garvey's cup bid
Lisnagarvey's wait to regain the Irish Senior Cup goes on after they missed out to Monkstown following a penalty strokes shoot-out in Dublin yesterday afternoon.
Spot-on Elks shatter Ards hearts to retain Irish crown
Ulster Elks retained the Irish Senior Cup in dramatic style after coming from a goal down to force a 1-1 draw with Ards and win the subsequent penalty shoot-out 6-5 in a tense final in Dublin yesterday.
Ulster sides face off for a cup showdown
Anna Kozniuk's last visit to Belfield in Dublin was one of the proudest days of her hockey career and tomorrow she will be hoping to emulate it when she lines out for the Ulster Elks against Ards in the Irish Senior Cup final (1pm).
Veteran keeper Tormey is aiming to get his hands on a final piece of silverware
Lisnagarvey head down to Dublin tomorrow in a bid to land the Irish Senior Cup for the first time in 11 years ... and one player in particular is desperate to ensure success.
Gutted Irish turn attention to their New Zealand trip
Ireland's women came back down to earth with a bump when they lost 7-1 to Great Britain in the final game of the series at Bisham Abbey yesterday.
Luke Roleston the star as Banbridge Academy beat Sullivan Upper to land Burney Cup
Banbridge Academy goalkeeper Luke Roleston is already being hailed as a possible international star of the future and he showed the reason why with a man of the match performance that helped his school land the Sinton's At The Bridge Burney Cup at Lisnagarvey yesterday...
Champions Lurgan setting sights on big return to Irish Hockey League
Lurgan have set their sights on a return to the EY Irish Hockey League after lifting the Ulster Premier League title for the first time in the club's history.
Burney Cup: Banbridge Academy talisman Jake Rowe ready to tee up cup double in Sullivan...
Banbridge Academy talisman Jake Rowe is ready to swing into action for this afternoon's Burney Cup final against Sullivan Upper at Lisnagarvey (2.30pm).
Mixed fortunes for local sides as play-offs loom
Pegasus and either Ards or the Ulster Elks will, almost certainly, provide the local interest in the end-of-season EY Irish Hockey League play-offs after a weekend of contrasting fortunes for the three teams.
Watt points the way to Lisnagarvey's title win
Lisnagarvey are just two points away from landing the inaugural Irish Hockey League with four games still to play.
Methody girls clinch historic double with cup victory
Methodist College were crowned All-Ireland schoolgirls' champions for the first time in the competition's 36-year history as they lifted the Kate Russell Cup on goal difference after a dramatic day in Limerick.
Captain Katie Larmour leads from front for Methody
Team captain Katie Larmour stole the show as Methodist College made an unbeaten start in their bid to lift the Kate Russell All-Ireland schoolgirls' hockey cup in Limerick yesterday
Banbridge standing in the way of a Sullivan Upper double
Sullivan Upper's hopes of a schoolboy hockey double are still alive - but the spectre of All-Ireland champions Banbridge Academy looms large.
Ards have big chance to end their relegation fears
Ards will have two chances over the weekend to secure their EY Irish Hockey League status for next season - and they'll be hoping for a favour from their arch rivals at domestic level to boost their survival chances.
Annadale boost in battle to beat drop
Annadale coach Andrew Smyth couldn't hide his delight as his young team defied the odds and chalked up an Irish Hockey League win which could ultimately help them avoid the drop back into provincial hockey.
EY Irish Hockey League: Ulster trio have reason to be cheerful
The three Ulster sides emerged unbeaten from yesterday's EY Irish Hockey League games with pride of place going to the Ulster Elks and Pegasus.
Methody revel in Schools' Cup triumph after 28-year wait
Methodist College Belfast bridged a 28-year gap by landing the Belfast Telegraph Senior Schools' Cup at University of Ulster yesterday afternoon - and there was no doubt about who made it all possible.
Green Machine out to impress as they build towards Rio
Ireland men finished the second phase of their build-up towards the Rio Olympics when they beat France twice over the last two days.
Organisers hailed as weather fails to thwart Belfast Telegraph Senior Schools' Cup final
All sorts of inclement weather couldn't prevent the Belfast Telegraph Senior Schools' Cup final between Methodist College Belfast and Sullivan Upper from going ahead yesterday.
Sullivan eye Schools' joy as first step towards curing All-Irish woe
Sullivan Upper have a double incentive to win this afternoon's Belfast Telegraph Senior Schools' Cup final against Methodist College Belfast at Lisnagarvey (2pm).
Armagh girls to appeal after axe from top flight
Armagh Ladies have been relegated from the Ulster Premier League after failing to fulfil their fixture at Lurgan at the weekend.
Chloe thrilled as Ards earn a final chapter
Ards are 70 minutes away from lifting the Irish Senior Cup for the first time in more than half a century after causing one of the biggest shocks of the season in dismissing Hermes from the competition in Dublin on Saturday.
Tormey ensures Garvey have final say
Lisnagarvey pulled off one of the biggest comebacks of the season to book their place in the Irish Senior Cup final against Dublin giants Monkstown.
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