Schools Cup: Day of mixed emotions for young Banbridge star Katie McKee
Katie McKee became one of the youngest ever to win the Player of the Match award in a Belfast Telegraph Senior Schools' Cup final… and it was an honour that took away some of the disappointment of losing to Sullivan Upper in the decider.
Schools' Cup: Hill gives Sullivan upper hand against Banbridge
Sullivan Upper's match-winning hero Katharine Hill reckons this month is turning out to be one of the best in her young life.
Eugene Magee's strike keeps Ireland on course for Rio
Ireland have topped Pool A in the World League 2 series in California after making it three wins from three by beating Italy 2-0 last night.
Ulster's Under 21 outfit proves too good for Scotland
Ulster's girls made it two wins out of two over Scotland in the U21 international series with a 2-0 victory at Shaw's Bridge yesterday.
Megan Frazer extends her Elks stay for another term
Ireland captain Megan Frazer is to spend at least another season with the Ulster Elks... which is good news for the Jordanstown side.
Schools Cup Live: Sullivan Upper beat Banbridge Academy 2-1
Sullivan Upper have lifted the Belfast Telegraph Senior Schools' Cup with a 2-1 victory over Banbridge Academy
Canada's crash against Russians isn't good for Irish
Ireland are expected to face top seeds Canada in the World League 2 semi-finals in San Diego ... something they hadn't envisaged as they bid for a top-three finish to guarantee a place in the next stage of the Rio Olympics qualification process.
Taite Doherty delivers late winner to see off the Scots
Ulster made a winning start to the under-21 international series when a late goal from Taite Doherty gave them a 3-2 victory over Scotland at Upper Malone.
Watt a way for Ireland hockey stars to start Rio qualification
Ireland coach Craig Fulton is warning his players to maintain their intensity and a high tempo as they bid to win the World League 2 series in San Diego and get through to the final qualifier for the Rio Olympics.
Ladies start build-up for Olympic campaign
Ireland's women's hockey players signed off from club hockey at the weekend as the attention switches to a busy week at international level.
Ulster hockey chief: I had to resign over all-Ireland proposals
Ulster Hockey - currently engaged in a consultation process with the Irish Hockey Association, the other provinces and its own clubs over the introduction of a full all-Ireland league set-up next season - has been rocked by news that the vice-chairman of their Management Board...
Green Machine is focused for a big start in San Diego
The countdown is well and truly on as the Irish men complete their preparations for the World League 2 series in San Diego - the first of the two-part Rio Olympics qualification process, which starts on Saturday.
Ards may pull the Europe plug after relegation in Vienna
Ards are undecided as to whether or not they will compete in the European Indoor Challenge next year after being relegated from the second tier tournament in Vienna last weekend.
Elks hoping Stephanie Jameson can fly in for Irish Senior Cup final
The Ulster Elks are planning to fly back former Canadian international Stephanie Jameson for next month's Irish Senior Cup final with Hermes in Dublin.
Young guns fire Banbridge and Lisnagarvey to top of the pile
Ulster's big two, Banbridge and Lisnagarvey, turned to their budding stars over the weekend as they consolidated themselves at the top of the Ulster Premier League table.
Ulster Elks create history but Ards suffer Euro drop
The Ulster Elks are through to the Irish Senior Cup final for the first time but Ards have been relegated into the third tier of European indoor hockey after a weekend of contrasting fortunes.
No waltz in Vienna but Ards battle on
Ards still have plenty to play for despite two defeats in the European Indoor Hockey Championships in Vienna.
Peter Caruth has ambitions on his return from serious injury
Ireland men head off to San Diego on Friday to take part in the World League 2 tournament, the first of the two-part qualification process for the Rio Olympics - and the most relieved player to be stepping on the plane is undoubtedly Ulsterman Peter Caruth.
Ulster hockey stars are primed to boost Ireland Olympics bid
Six Ulster players have been named in the Ireland squad for next month's World League 2 tournament in Dublin which is the first stage of the qualifying process for the Rio 2016 Olympics.
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