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.
Sitting on Anna O’Flanagan’s desk are a set of pens that have remained in the packet for almost six years now.
Armagh Hockey Club have announced Greg Thompson as their new long-term head coach for the 2021/22 season in a major coup for the Orchard County club.
The Irish women’s Olympic preparations have suffered a frustrating speed-bump as their hastily arranged warm-weather trip to Malaysia was called off on the day of departure.
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.
Anna Richardson has been appointed Leinster Hockey's first Development Programme Manager (DPM) as part of the Player Development and High Performance programme.
With two games gone in the Softco Series, it is a 2-1 win a piece for Ireland and GB at Queen's with game three on Tuesday at 3pm
BBC NI and RTE are both on hand to broadcast Ireland's first meeting with GB on home turf in 13 years, it offers a great challenge for the Green Army to ramp up their Tokyo preparations
Zoe Wilson is set to miss this summer’s Olympic Games following an ACL injury sustained in Ireland’s last challenge match in Spain in January.
Ireland will face Great Britain on home turf for the first time in 13 years with three uncapped international matches given the go ahead for Queen’s University next week.
March 2, 2021 marks the 125th anniversary of the first ever women’s international hockey match in 1896 as Ireland beat England 2-0.
Monkstown’s Lara Bateson has been awarded the January 2021 Volunteer of the Month Award.
Hockey Ireland have officially “abandoned” the 2020/21 EY Hockey League seasons with the likelihood of concluding the competition in any meaningful way proving very remote.
The Ulster and Irish hockey family is mourning the loss of John McDonough who has sadly passed away after a long illness, writes John Flack.
The European Hockey Federation have announced their updated schedule for the coming year and a timeline of when further announcements will be made to account for the ongoing pandemic.
Ayeisha McFerran reflects on the recent Irish tour to Murcia, how the side are coping with Olympic uncertainty and getting back into competitive action in the Netherlands with SV Kampong
Zara Malseed is taking “everything as a win” following her hugely impressive first international trip with the Irish senior women’s panel.
North Kildare’s Fionnuala O’Malley has been named as Leinster Hockey’s December 2020 Volunteer of the Month Award.
Irish men’s Mark Tumilty is waiting on tenterhooks for clarification over the men’s 2023 World Cup qualification process, admitting it could have an effect on whether some senior players continue or not.
“It’s not something I want to ever experience again,” Dancer told the Hook. “Obviously, it's not just about the hockey side of things. It's just about everybody's life and situation."
Hockey Ireland, in partnership with the Irish Hockey Umpires Association (IHUA) and the provincial associations, have launched a new Umpire Development Pathway.