Ireland out in strength for Trevor Lorimer tribute
Ireland coach Craig Fulton has named virtually his strongest squad for Saturday's game against a Mossley President's XI as part of the Trevor Lorimer Memorial Festival.
Golden day as Shirley McCay breaks Ireland caps record
Shirley McCay wrote herself into the hockey history books when she became Ireland's most capped player in Saturday's 5-0 win over the Czech Republic which clinched her team the gold medals at the European Championship II tournament in Prague.
Ireland's men edge one step closer to Rio games
Ireland's men moved further down the road to the Rio Olympics following the outcome of the Pan-American Games.
Frazer leads by example as Irish seal promotion
Ireland will be playing in the top-flight of European competition in 2017 after securing promotion from the second tier at the European Championship II tournament with a 4-0 semi-final win over Belarus in Prague yesterday.
Gleghorne links up with fellow Ulsterman Ames
Ulsterman Mark Gleghorne is linking up with former Cookstown midfielder David Ames after joining Nottingham club Beeston.
Graham Shaw's girls on the brink of European promotion
Ireland have topped their Pool at the European Championship II tournament after chalking up their third successive victory with a 3-0 win over the Czech Republic in Prague yesterday.
Irish men come north in tribute to Ulster stalwart
Ulster hockey fans get the chance to congratulate the Irish senior men's squad who have almost certainly, booked their places at the 2016 Olympics when they come to Mossley for a memorial game on August 1.
Chloe adds gloss as Irish edge closer to promotion
Ards striker Chloe Brown was among the scorers as Ireland booked their place in the semi-finals of the European Championship II tournament after making it two wins out of two with a 3-0 victory over Ukraine in Prague last night.
Rising star Kerri gets big break with Ireland
Kerri McDonald will make her senior international debut later this month after being named in the Ireland squad for the EuroHockey Championship II tournament scheduled for Prague.
Craig Fulton's fighters book Rio Olympics ticket with flourish
Ireland's men have defied the odds to finish fifth at the World League 3 series - and that means they are virtually certain to qualify for the Rio Olympics.
Shirley McCay set to bow out with record caps haul
Shirley McCay has indicated that she will almost certainly retire from international hockey before the next Olympic qualifying cycle in four years' time.
Ireland 1 - 0 Pakistan: Birthday boy Mitch dreaming of Rio
Ireland's Mitch Darling had double cause to celebrate yesterday - it was his his 27th birthday but, more importantly, he helped the Green Machine keep alive their dream of reaching the Rio Olympics.
Irish dreaming of following GB team to Rio Olympics
Ireland men are hoping to take a leaf out of Great Britain's book and follow them all the way to the Rio Olympics. GB, with three Ulstermen in their line-up, booked their place in today's World League 3 semi-finals in Antwerp against world champions Australia.
Ulster trio help GB seal place at the Rio Olympics
Three Ulstermen have helped Great Britain book their place at the 2016 Olympics - and there is still hope that another nine can join them in Rio. GB, with Iain Lewers, Mark Gleghorne and David Ames in their ranks, beat Pakistan 2-1 yesterday afternoon in the World League 3...
Ireland's call - give it all or save energy for play-offs
Ireland are going to have to do something they have never done before if they are to qualify for the World League 3 semi-finals in Antwerp - beat world champions Australia.
Injured Harte gets the green light to face the Aussies
Ireland central defender Conor Harte has been given the all-clear after appearing to dislocate his shoulder during his team's last-gasp 2-1 defeat against Belgium on Sunday.
Irish now face world's best after last-gasp loss
Ireland men will get two days' rest at the World League 3 tournament in Antwerp before meeting world champions Australia in the quarter-finals on Wednesday.
Dowds hits thunderbolt as Irish run up a big victory
Banbridge's Stephen Dowds wrote his name into World Hockey League 3 records yesterday afternoon when he scored the fastest penalty corner of the tournament in Antwerp - an astonishing 126mph.
Irish lose but set sights on China
Ireland men were brought back to earth with a bang following their fine 2-2 draw with Great Britain earlier in the week when they crashed 4-2 in their second pool game at the World League 3 series in Antwerp.
Peter Caruth eyes hero status
Ulsterman Peter Caruth is hoping to turn the clock back as Ireland continue their World League 3 campaign in Antwerp with their second pool game against Malaysia today (1pm).
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