Tindall fires OG’s back to the summit of Men’s Premier League

89586236 2801906429900500 7654710286544273408 n e1635178391519 - Tindall fires OG's back to the summit of Men's Premier League - James Tindall gave Old Georgians a 1-0 half time lead with an 18th minute open play goal before Durham were swamped by five second half goals. Tom Doran doubled the hosts lead in the 43rd minute from open play with Ashley Jackson converting a penalty corner three minutes later. Chris Proctor scored Old Georgians’ fourth goal in the 52nd minute before Tom Carson scored in the 64th minute and having opened the scoring, Tindall had the final say with five minutes remaining, all three goals coming from open play.

Men’s Hockey League Premier Division Review – 23/24 October 2021 Old Georgians returned to the top of the Men’s Hockey League Premier Division after their 6-0 home win over the University of Durham on Sunday afternoon was just enough to move above Surbiton with a one better goal difference. James Tindall gave Old Georgians a […]

Hyams Hatrick extends H&W lead

FCZ9lwsWQAEMKHh - Hyams Hatrick extends H&W lead - Lucy Hyams’ hattrick consisting of open play goals in the 5th  and 41st minutes and a 54th minute penalty corner conversion secured Hampstead’s sixth win of the season and their fourth Premier Division victory over Holcombe in as many meetings.

Vitality Women’s Hockey League Premier Division Review – 23 October 2021 Hampstead & Westminster extended their lead at the top of the Vitality Women’s Hockey League Premier Division to eight points as they kept their one hundred per cent record with a 3-0 home win over Holcombe at Paddington Recreation Ground. Lucy Hyams’ hattrick consisting […]

Ireland denied third place by Austria in shoot-out

IRELAND, IRELAND TOGETHER STANDING TALL, (IRISH ANTHEM) as theyu prepare for World Cup Qualification

Men’s FIH World Cup qualifiers – Ireland 3 (J McKee 2, J Duncan) Austria 3 (N Wellan, F Unterkircher, O Binder), Austria win shoot-out 4-3  Ireland’s men to another frustrating shoot-out defeat to end their World Cup qualifying tournament in fourth place, falling to Austria 4-3 in a shoot-out after normal time ended 3-3.  Ireland’s hopes […]

Green Army march on to 2022 World Cup with win over Wales

WSP2110245990 - Green Army march on to 2022 World Cup with win over Wales - Anna O’Flanagan’s poacher’s double propelled the Irish women to a second successive World Cup appearance, crucially firing home the winner with 11 minutes to go against Wales in Pisa. 

Women’s FIH World Cup qualifiers – Ireland 2 (A O’Flanagan 2) Wales 1 (I Howell)  Anna O’Flanagan’s poacher’s double propelled the Irish women to a second successive World Cup appearance, crucially firing home the winner with 11 minutes to go against Wales in Pisa.  It saw Ireland grind out the win – and the place at […]