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Ireland celebrate as they become first team to qualify for Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup quarter finals

London, England: Ireland made history as they won their second game at the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup by a solitary goal over India. Prior to this tournament, Ireland had never won two games at a World Cup competition. Continue reading Ireland celebrate as they become first team to qualify for Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup quarter finals

BT Sport and FIH agree four-year extension to media rights for UK and Ireland through to 2022 | FIH

FIH Pro League, World Cups, Series Finals and Olympic Qualifiers to be broadcast
BT Sport confirmed as FIH Pro League host broadcaster for Great Britain/England
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Graham Shaw names his Ireland Women’s World Cup Squad

The Irish women’s hockey team will make their long awaited return to the World Cup stage this July in London, and today head coach Graham Shaw has named his panel of 18 players that will don the green jersey against the world’s best teams.  Continue reading Graham Shaw names his Ireland Women’s World Cup Squad

Canada Take The Advantage In The SoftCo Series

Ireland 0

CANADA  3 (S Norlander, H Stewart, K Carringten)

Ireland played CANADA in the first of the two match SoftCo series earlier this evening. A presentation was made to Hannah Matthews before the game to mark her 100 cap.

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Scotland defeated by Ireland in second match of Celtic Series

Scotland 2-6 Ireland (L. Lanigan, C. Watson / E. Beatty, Y. O’Bryne, D. Duke x2, Z. Wilson)

 Ireland won the second match of the Celtic Series 6-2 to make it two wins from two and a series victory for the visitors. Continue reading Scotland defeated by Ireland in second match of Celtic Series

Craig Fulton To Step Down As Green Machine Head Coach

Hockey Ireland today announce that Craig Fulton, head coach of Ireland men’s hockey team, is stepping down from the role. Fulton has been at the helm of the Green Machine since 2014 and is moving on to pastures new as assistant coach to the Belgian men’s national team.

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England Edge Encounter With Green Machine

Azlan Shah Cup

Ireland 1 (Dale)

England 4 (Middleton x2, Ward x2)

There weren’t many clear-cut chances in the opening half as both teams looked happy at times to slow the game down due to the heat and humidity. Paul Gleghorne and Jonny Bell controlled the back line for Ireland, and tried to create opportunities with pinpoint passes as the English press rarely ventured over the half way line in the opening exchanges. Continue reading England Edge Encounter With Green Machine