- Sell-out 8000 crowd watch host nation defeat Netherlands in Indoor World Cup final
- Anne Schröder strike gives Germany a third Indoor World Cup title
- Belarus take bronze with defeat of Ukraine
Ireland 3 (O’Flanagan x2, Mullan)
Spain 2 (Cano, Riera)
It was the Green Army who had the first attempt on goal of the afternoon as Anna O’Flanagan won her side a penalty corner in the opening minutes Continue reading Green Army Beat Spain To Split The Series
Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division
Surbiton 1 Canterbury 1
Surbiton Ladies’ lead at the top of the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division was cut to one point Continue reading Surbiton Ladies Held By a Battling Canterbury Side
Saturday 10 February | The Hockeyroos have sealed an impressive Test Series victory over China PR with a hard-fought but exciting 4-2 win on Saturday night at Guildford Grammar Turf.
Ireland 1 (Naughton)
Spain 3 (Segu x2, Magaz)
The Green Army started this fixture with the same intensity that earned them a 2-0 victory on Thursday.
The Hockeyroos have taken the lead in the five-match series against China PR Continue reading HOCKEYROOS TAKE SERIES LEAD WITH 4-1 VICTORY
Following on from their second place finish at a 5 Nations tournament in Spain the Green Machine have now firmly set their sights on the upcoming Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. Continue reading Ireland Squad Announced For Azlan Shah Cup
Wednesday 7 February | The Hockeyroos’ five-game series with China remains all square after a 1-1 draw in Game Three at UWA Hockey Club in Perth on Wednesday evening.
Wednesday 7 February | Kookaburras coach Colin Batch concedes selection for next month’s Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia is going to be fierce in a sign of things to come ahead of the Commonwealth Games.
Hockey Ireland celebrates its 125th birthday today, February 6th marking the day that the Irish Hockey Union first officially came into being in 1893. Continue reading Celebrating 125th Anniversary of Irish Hockey Union Formation