Coach Boyle hoping Pegasus can ease their Irish Cup woes
Pegasus and assistant Ireland coach Arlene Boyles is getting sick of penalty shoot-outs, although she is the first to admit that she never watches them.
Two key games in a day for shining star Matthew Nelson
The all-Ireland League resumes on Saturday after a seven-week winter break - and a mouth-watering clash is in store in Dublin where leaders Lisnagarvey meet second-placed Monkstown, the current champions.
Lisnagarvey on track for cup success after victory
Lisnagarvey are safely through to the Irish Senior Cup semi-finals... but both they and current all-Ireland champions Monkstown will be hoping to avoid each other in Wednesday's draw.
Senior Cup semi draw a repeat of last year's final
The two finalists in last year's Belfast Telegraph Senior Schools Cup - Sullivan Upper and Banbridge Academy - are to meet each other again this season ... but this time at the semi-final stage.
Ards secure a vital win over Elks to climb up table
Ards have moved out of the EY Irish Hockey League drop-zone after beating the Ulster Elks 2-0 at Londonderry Park.
Irish maestro Fulton lands world's top coach award
Ireland coach Craig Fulton has been named world hockey's Coach of the Year after a particularly successful 2015.
Garvey want to relive glory days
Lisnagarvey are planning to turn back the clock and renew their love affair with world hockey's oldest knockout trophy, the Irish Senior Cup.
Erin's Elks adventure put on hold after South Africa call
The Ulster Elks have player availability problems ahead of what could be a season-defining few days in both national competitions, starting with tonight's EY Irish Hockey League clash with Ards at Jordanstown.
Ireland's reality check for Rio
Ireland's men are under no illusions as to how difficult it is going to be at the Rio Olympics as they crashed twice to World No. 5 Belgium at the tail-end of their warm-weather training camp in Cape Town.
Lewers lands UK Player of the Year for second time
Ulsterman Iain Lewers, who plays his club hockey with English side Holcombe, has won the UK Player of the Year for the second successive time.
Rio shock as world body axes Olympic hockey play-offs
New regulations relating to the hockey events in the Olympic Games mean that Ireland men will need to finish at least fourth in their pool in Rio if they are to avoid an early trip home.
Ards will beat drop, vows Adams
The prospect of being relegated from the EY Irish Hockey League in its inaugural season as a 10-team event hasn't entered the consciousness of Ulster champions Ards as the competition resumes after a six-week break.
Zoe Wilson seals remarkable Irish fightback against Spain
Zoe Wilson hit a dramatic late winner as Ireland stormed back from two goals down to beat Spain 3-2 in yesterday's international in Valencia.
Kyle comes good to earn a draw against South Africa
A double from Kyle Good helped Ireland recover from a two-goal deficit to earn a 3-3 draw against South Africa in what was their fourth game in five days during their training camp in Cape Town.
Irish feel the pain against Spanish
Ireland's men fell to their first defeat in the warm-weather training camp in Cape Town yesterday afternoon when Spain beat them 3-2 with a goal just two minutes from the end.
Injuries sour positives for Boyles
While the wintry weather forced the postponement of the entire domestic women's hockey programme on Saturday, Ireland had no such problems at a warm-weather training camp in Valencia.
Wilson's international debut is bittersweet
Zoe Wilson made her senior international debut last night, but finished on the losing side as Ireland fell to a 3-0 defeat against Spain in the first match of the four-test series in Valencia.
Rising star Zoe is all geared up to make Irish bow
The Ireland women's hockey squad have returned to the scene of the crime as they prepare to face Spain in four internationals as part of an 11-day warm-weather training camp in Valencia.
Fulton's men get revved up for their Rio glory bid
Ireland's men kick-off their build-up to the Rio Olympics today. The schedule for their training camp in Cape Town has been finalised, and the high-intensity programme will include eight games in 11 days as well as brushing up on set-pieces and tactics.
Gilmore back in groove at Ports
Neil Gilmore, whose goals helped Banbridge to stay unbeaten until the last game last season, has left the Irish Hockey League club to rejoin Portadown in the Ulster Premier League.
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