Surbiton go top after demolition of Brooklands

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Men’s Hockey League Premier Division Review – 16/17 October 2021 Surbiton moved to the top of the Men’s Hockey League Premier Division after thrashing Brooklands Manchester University 9-1 on Saturday evening. After Nick Hale gave Brooklands a 15th minute lead, Surbiton scored five goals in ten minutes;  Rob Farrington scoring in the 25th and 33rd […]

Goals galore with 96 goals across 16 Irish national cup ties

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Saturday’s 16 men’s national cup fixtures produced a remarkable 96 goals with thrills and spills a plenty across the Irish Senior Cup and Irish Hockey Trophy. Cork C of I won a Munster thriller against Bandon to reach the final eight of the men’s Irish Senior Cup, eventually prevailing after a shoot-out following a 3-3 […]

shoot-outs galore in round two of women’s Irish Senior Cup and Irish Hockey Trophy

Railwau Unions Kate Dillon and her team mates celebrate with fans after their shoot out win Pic Max Fulham - shoot-outs galore in round two of women's Irish Senior Cup and Irish Hockey Trophy - In the Irish Hockey Trophy, home comforts were not in full effect with five clubs winning on the road. Raphoe were the biggest winners as the Donegal side scored six in Bray with Arlyne Kilpatrick on the double.

Shoot-out drama abounded in the women’s Irish Senior Cup and Irish Hockey Trophy as Railway Union, Queen’s and Muckross all prevailed via that method on a thrilling day of action with 32 clubs battling it out in the respective competitions. There was precious little between Railway and Loreto in the EY Hockey League in September […]

Hampstead & Westminster maintain 6 point lead

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Vitality Women’s Hockey League Premier Division Review – 16 October 2021 Hampstead & Westminster won 4-3 at Buckingham to maintain both their one hundred per cent record and their six point lead at the top of the Vitality Women’s Hockey League Premier Division table. Amazingly, the game was goalless for the first 48 minutes before […]