Boyles is proud after Irish show grit to push foes England to limit
Ireland saved their best for last when they went down 1-0 to an England team containing many 2016 Olympic gold medallists in the last of the three-match series at Bisham Abbey.
Four-midable GB girls prove too hot for Ireland in hockey clash
Ireland Women fell to a 4-0 defeat against Rio Olympic gold medallists Great Britain yesterday's at Bisham Abbey.
Friends' seek revenge in bid to end 40-year Burney Cup drought
Friends' are hoping to bridge a 40-year gap by turning the tables on holders Sullivan Upper and landing Ulster schoolboy hockey's premier knockout trophy, the Burney Cup, at Stormont Playball tomorrow evening.
Late goals take shine off a strong performance from Irish women
Ireland's women fell to a 5-2 defeat against an England side which included numerous Olympic gold medallists in the first game of the three-match series at Bisham Abbey yesterday.
Fulton has a fancy for a repeat invite
Ireland coach Craig Fulton was not in the least downbeat after his team finished bottom in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup series in Malaysia - indeed he would love to get a repeat invite for next season.
Irish girls off to Bisham Abbey for GB warm-ups
Ireland captain Katie Mullan is hoping her team can build on recent progress when they face Olympic gold medallists Great Britain in three internationals this week at Bisham Abbey, starting with today's clash (4.30pm).
Murray masterminds Ireland's shock win over World No.6 India
Ireland finally came good at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia when they twice came from behind to beat World No.6 side India.
Burney Cup: Foes reunited as Sullivan and Friends reach decider
Sullivan Upper and Friends will meet in next week's Burney Cup final - just like they did in December's McCullough Cup decider, which was won by the former.
Watch: Rainey Endowed stars react to 'dream' Schools' Cup success
It's hard to believe, but it's the sort of stuff you dream about when you go to bed at night - that was Rainey Endowed skipper Erin Mulholland's take on her team's achievement of winning the Belfast Telegraph Schools' Cup for the first time in their history.
Lisburn rivals set sights on final clash
What are the chances of the Burney Cup final being an all-Lisburn affair for the first time in 60 years?
Cargo wins his 175th cap as Irish fall short against Australia
Chris Cargo won his 175th Irish cap yesterday at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup tournament in Malaysia but the 4-1 win for World No.1 Australia was a scoreline he would rather forget.
Rainey day gives girls so much to celebrate
You just sensed Rainey were going to land the Belfast Telegraph Schools' Cup for the first time when the heavens opened at Stormont Playball yesterday and the rain came pouring down midway through the second half.
Video, report, pictures: Mulholland magic helps Rainey Endowed to first ever Schools' Cup...
Rainey Endowed have won the Belfast Telegraph Schools' Cup on penalty strokes.
Schools' Cup final: Rainey pitch in together for their bid to dethrone Banbridge
Rainey Endowed are hoping they have stolen a march on rivals Banbridge Academy ahead of this afternoon's Belfast Telegraph Schools' Cup final at Stormont Playball (2pm).
Old enemy England inflict more misery on Irish
Ireland slumped to a third successive defeat at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup series in Malaysia yesterday as England chalked up a 4-1 success.
World Cup panel not closed shop, insists Ireland manager Boyles
Ireland women's manager Arlene Boyles has reassured players who didn't make the World Cup training panel announced last week that the door is still open for places in the squad for the London showpiece.
Irish pay penalty for defensive frailties
Ireland's inability to defend penalty corners cost them dearly again as Olympic champions Argentina inflicted a second defeat on them at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia.
Hockey chiefs consider winter break
Hockey Ireland are to consider the possibility of introducing a winter break from outdoor hockey in response to the growing demand for a more serious approach to the indoor version.
Ulster sporting events decimated by the arrival of Storm Emma
Once again the weather has thrown sports organisers into disarray after Storm Emma forced another wave of postponements at the weekend.
Fulton hits out at new format as Ireland get tough World Cup draw
Ireland men have been drawn with World No.1 Australia, old rivals England and the Chinese team ranked 17 for the World Cup finals in India later this year.
Ulster Hockey chiefs rewrite rules to end scourge of eligibility issues
Ulster Hockey has undertaken to rewrite one of their rules for next season to ensure there is no repetition of the eligibility problem that has plagued them over the past few months.
Colvin's back in the frame ahead of Ards test
Belfast Harlequins welcome back Irish international Lizzie Colvin for Saturday's crucial EY Irish Hockey League clash with Ards at Londonderry Park.
Cookstown slide towards relegation play-offs
Cookstown are in grave danger of getting sucked into the EY Irish Hockey League's relegation play-offs for the second time in three seasons.
Ards switch their focus to buoyant Harlequins
Ards have been relegated from the second division of the European Indoor Championship after losing 5-1 to Slough in their final match of the tournament in Prague yesterday.
Two defeats and no goals leaves Ards bottom of pool in Euro series
Ards made a disappointing start to their European Indoor Trophy campaign in the Czech Republic yesterday, losing their opening two matches.
Captain Katie McKee pulls the strings as holders Banbridge book Schools' Cup final place
Katie McKee again did the damage as Banbridge Academy moved within one step of retaining the Belfast Telegraph Schools' Cup.
Lauren fuels Rainey's quest to create slice of Schools' Cup history
Lauren Mulholland recalls all too well the memory of Rainey Endowed losing the one and only time the Magherafelt school reached the Belfast Telegraph Schools' Cup final, back in 2014.
In pictures: Banbridge Academy and Rainey blast their way to Belfast Telegraph Schools' Cup...
Holders Banbridge Academy are through to the final of the Belfast Telegraph Schools' Cup, where they will meet Rainey Endowed.
Belfast Telegraph Schools' Cup semi-finals: Academy captain Katie McKee aiming to...
Banbridge Academy captain Katie McKee is desperate to line out in a Belfast Telegraph Schools' Cup final for the third time in four years.
Chloe hopes Euro glory may spark German move
Chloe Brown has revealed she turned down the offer of a move to Germany last season but she says she would jump at the opportunity if it were to come along again.
Garvey's derby win helps keep dream of all-Ireland title alive
Glenanne may be 11 points clear at the top of the EY Irish Hockey League, but they are looking over their shoulders anxiously at the threat that is Lisnagarvey.
Pegasus stumble but play-offs remain priority
Pegasus coach Ali McNeill is convinced her team can still hold down a play-off place in the EY Irish Hockey League despite a 2-1 loss to Cork Harlequins at Upper Malone on Saturday.
Shaw banking on Frazer to boost World Cup bid
Ireland women's coach Graham Shaw is quietly confident that Megan Frazer will be fit in time for July's World Cup in London.
Garvey's big derby tops bill ahead of plans to double up
Lisnagarvey are preparing to stage several double-headers as they attempt to eat into their growing backlog in the EY Irish Hockey League.
Banbridge's new £250k pitch to be ready by Easter
Work is to start on Banbridge's new £250,000 artificial pitch within a fortnight - and the hope is that the new facility will be in use by Easter.
Five-star Garvey quickly out of blocks to close gap on leaders
Lisnagarvey's five-star performance in Dublin yesterday afternoon saw them crush Monkstown 5-1 to move right back into EY Irish Hockey League title contention.
Irish stage comeback to square Spanish series
Ireland's women staged a stunning comeback to defeat Spain 3-2 in the Costa del Sol resort of Benalmadena yesterday and square the four-match series.
Irish recall Magee for Malaysian trip
Banbridge's Eugene Magee has been brought back into the Ireland squad for the prestigious Sultan Azlan Shah Cup series in Malaysia next month, now that he has recovered from a broken finger.
Wilson thrilled as Irish stage turnaround to reign in Spain
The Ireland women's hockey team staged a remarkable turnaround to beat Spain 2-0 on the Costa del Sol yesterday after falling to a 7-0 loss in the first of four games against their hosts just 48 hours earlier.
Rainey chase silverware on three different levels
Rainey Endowed coach Carolyn Burns admits her nerves are shattered as she bids to bring hockey silverware to the Magherafelt school.
Belfast Telegraph Girls Senior Schools Cup semi-final draw: Holders Banbridge face potential...
The draw for the Belfast Telegraph Girls Senior Schools Cup has taken place, throwing up another potential meeting between Banbridge Academy and Sullivan Upper.
Defeat casts a cloud over Irish union's anniversary
On the day that hockey in Ireland celebrated a memorable anniversary, the women's team were unable to put the icing on the cake as they slumped to a disappointing 7-0 defeat against Spain on the Costa del Sol.
Banbridge hoping to home in on play-off places
Banbridge have a chance to move back into the EY Irish Hockey League play-off places when they stage two games at their Havelock Park base over the weekend.
A history of the sport on the island as Hockey Ireland celebrates 125th anniversary
Hockey Ireland celebrates its 125th birthday today, February 6th marking the day that the Irish Hockey Union first officially came into being in 1893.
Injured Erin misses out as Irish set off for Spain
Erin Getty has lost her fitness battle and was unable to fly out with the rest of the Irish squad to the Costa del Sol yesterday for a warm weather training camp which will include four internationals against Spain.
Rising stars give Ireland's coach selection headache
Ireland coach Craig Fulton will sit down today to finalise his squad for the prestigious Sultan Azlan Shah Cup series in Malaysia early next month.
Five-star Ireland hit the goal trail as Scotland pay a heavy penalty
Ireland coasted to their second win in the Five Nations tournament in Benalmadena when they crushed Scotland 5-1.
Brave Irish suffer pain in Spain due to late show
It was agony for Ireland when they lost their second game in the Five Nations series on the Costa del Sol by conceding a goal in the dying minutes to hosts Spain.
Getty in fitness battle ahead of Benalmadena trip
Seven Ulster players have been named in an extended Ireland squad for this month's internationals against Spain - but Erin Getty faces a race against the clock to be fit for the trip.
Murray and Caruth help resilient Ireland get off to flier in Spain
Ireland men came from behind to open their Five Nations tournament schedule in Spain with a 4-1 win over Canada yesterday afternoon.
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