Ireland feel the heat in warm-up
IRELAND men fell to a 4-2 defeat against Malaysia in their first warm-up game ahead of next week's World Hockey League 2 series in New Delhi.
Lurgan take the lead as rivals lose ground
LURGAN took full advantage of Queen's failure to beat Ards to move to the top of the Premier League table thanks to a 2-0 win over derby rivals Armagh.
Annadale now best in Britain
Annadale Juniors have been crowned UK champions after a successful tournament in Nottingham.
In Pictures: Wallace High meet Friends in Burney Cup semi
All the action caught on camera as Friends School beats Wallace High School 4-3 in hockey showdown.
Lisnagarvey plan Cork double
Trips to Cork can be a daunting task for Ulster teams, but champions Lisnagarvey successfully overcame the first stage of their double trip to the deep south and are now looking forward to the second in a fortnight's time.
Baptism of fire for Bann, Cookstown
Banbridge and Cookstown found out just how difficult life in the fast lane can be when they made their Eurohockey League debuts yesterday.
Gr-eight Irish in Europe's top six after crushing Russia
Ireland are now officially among Europe's top six hockey nations after they crushed Russia 8-2 at the Eurohockey Nations Cup in Germany yesterday.
Ireland women's hockey team can keep place at top table
The Ireland women's hockey team will be hoping to emulate their male counterparts and preserve top flight status at the European Championships in Germany today.
Watt a win for rampant Irish
Ireland are sitting proudly top of the Insep Five Nations table going into their final game against France this afternoon.
Mixed fortunes for Irish boys and girls
Ireland's Under-18 girls finished a very creditable fourth in the Eurohockey Youth Nations Cup tournament in Utrect yesterday after losing 4-1 to England.
Irish boys and girls bid for U18 glory in Utrecht
Former Irish internationals John and Glenda McKee are being kept busy as their son and daughter follow in their footsteps.
Paul Revington confident selection gamble will work
Ireland coach Paul Revington insists his gamble in leaving out a number of key players for the Champions Challenge hockey tournament starting in Lille this morning will be fully vindicated come next weekend.
Silver for Ireland but they can still hit Olympic goal
There's a genuine belief now that Ireland's men have enough in their armoury to gate-crash a place at next year's London Olympics.
Gene Muller's girls lose but they go down fighting
Ireland had to settle for sixth place at the Champions Challenge tournament in Dublin after a 2-1 defeat by South Africa yesterday.
Goal-shy Irish fail to find a way past Scots
Ireland had to settle for the runners up spot at the Celtic Cup yesterday after they fell to a 1-0 defeat against their Scottish hosts in Largs.
It's high fives for Ulster and skipper Timmy
Five of the eight all-Ireland prizes are now sitting in the Ulster trophy cabinet following the province's senior inter-provincial success in Dublin yesterday.
Three not the magic number for Watt
Ulster had to settle for third place at the senior inter-provincial tournament which concluded in Dublin yesterday.
Suzanne Beaney's hoping she gets vote for interpros
They say sport and politics don't mix and that will certainly be the case at the weekend as Ulster begin their defence of the senior interprovincial title with a tricky game against Munster in Dublin.
Hockey: Lewers gets clearance to join GB set-up
Ulster exile Iain Lewers has overcome groin surgery and is training with the Great Britain squad now that his clearance has come through from the International Hockey Federation.
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