Ayeisha McFerran and Megan Frazer will both return to the Irish line-up as they take on Scotland at Queen’s next weekend in two test matches that act as a final curtain call for European Championship selection.
Ireland’s four game uncapped series against Great Britain at Bisham Abbey provided plenty of food for thought for coach Sean Dancer as they ended with three defeats and one draw for their week’s work.
Inez Cooper is looking to put the FIH’s focus on the sport’s grassroots should she be successful at the world body’s elections on May 22 where she is in the running for a place on the FIH executive board.
Caoimhe Perdue and Ellen Curran have a chance to push their claims for a place in the Irish women’s summer plans next week as the Green Army head to Bisham Abbey for a four-game series against Great Britain.
Chloe Watkins says Ireland’s recent victory over reigning Olympic gold medalists Great Britain is both hugely important and unimportant at the same time as the Green Army mount up for a big summer ahead.
Having never beaten Great Britain before Sunday, Ireland’s women came within four minutes of repeating the trick two days later only for Izzy Petter to intervene and cancel out yet another Roisin Upton penalty stroke.