Hockey Ireland Coronavirus (COVID-19) UPDATE No. 49 April 2020 Hockey Ireland on 26 March announced that the 2019/20 hockey season for all league, cup and all other domestic hockey competitions in Ireland are deemed to have finished.
Having made his debut for Ireland in 2005 against Belgium, Magee since received 295 caps for Ireland before officially deciding to retire from International Hockey. With over 60 goals scored for Ireland, and a self-described career high of scoring against Germany in the Olympics in Rio 2016, Magee informed team-mates and management of his decision […]
Loreto picked up a strong win over Belfast Harlequins to move into a share of top spot in the women’s EY Hockey League, drawing level with Pegasus who were held to a 1-1 draw by Muckross. The Beaufort side had enough in the tank to win 3-1 with early goals from Ali Meeke and Lisa […]
HOCKEY IRELAND SEEK REVIEW OF VIDEO REFERRAL SYSTEM REQUIREMENT REGULATIONS IN LIGHT OF MEN’S OLYMPIC QUALIFIER EXPERIENCE
Pegasus staged an incredible comeback to move three points clear of Pembroke at the top of the women’s EY Irish Hockey League after trailing 3-0 to the Dubliners in an enthralling contest at the Dub.
Side were level from the previous night when they met in Energia Park this evening. Ireland the more dominant on night one of the double header threatened from the start, with the opening chance of the game coming from Anna O’Flanagan, unfortunately going wide. Canada came back with penalty corner at 7 minutes. McFerran saved […]
Record crowds brave the rain in Dublin
Ireland Miss Out on Spot at Tokyo 2020 Olympics after Canadian Qualifier goes to Shoot Out Ireland 1 (McKee) Canada 3 (Johnston, Scholfield, Tupper). Aggregate score Ireland 6 – 6 Canada, Penalty Shoot Out Canada 5, Ireland 4.
CANADA HOSTS IRELAND IN TWO-GAME OLYMPIC QUALIFIER ON OCT. 26-27 by Ali Baggott, for Field Hockey Canada