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  • Northern Ireland Hockey - Latest News, Results, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    League win over Greenfields Erin Hunter signing boosts Ulster Elks hopes of IHL glory The Ulster Elks chances of winning the inaugural EY Irish Hockey League have been boosted by the capture of South African international Erin Hunter YouTube sensation Rebecca Barry is now a big hit with the Ulster Elks Rebecca Barry is already an internet sensation and now she s proving a big hit with the Ulster Elks who are unbeaten in five EY Irish Hockey League games going into Saturday s match with Ards at Jordanstown Ireland s men make the world top 12 for first time Ireland s men have jumped three places to their highest ever world ranking of 12th after what has been an exceptional year William Robinson hits top form as Instonians book final slot What a weekend it turned out to be for William Robinson and his Instonians team Ards and Elks impress against top southern opponents as Pegasus continue to struggle While defending champions Pegasus continue to struggle Ards and the Ulster Elks impressed in Saturday s fourth round of the EY Irish Hockey League securing draws against top southern opposition Boyles is impressed as Irish girls end series on a high Ireland levelled the three match hockey series with Scotland yesterday when they defeated their hosts 2 0 in Glasgow to end a roller coaster year s international competition on a winning note Ulsterman Ian Sloan out to impress as GB take on the World Former Cookstown star Ian Sloan is heading to Raipur in India later this month as part of Great Britain s squad for the World League finals Megan Frazer on mark but Ireland slip up in Glasgow Ireland must beat Scotland today to tie the three match series after falling to a 2 1 defeat in Glasgow yesterday following a 1 1 draw in Monday s opener Elks skipper Frazer helps Ireland draw with Scotland Ulster Elks captain Gemma Frazer made her senior international debut yesterday when Ireland and Scotland fought out a 1 1 draw in the first match of the three test series in Glasgow Stephen Kelso and Luke Russell to the four in Irish Senior Cup Stephen Kelso and Luke Russell are two who seldom make the headlines but both made a name for themselves as the Irish Senior Cup got under way more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Lisnagarvey have the play offs in sight Hockey Ulster Elks are on the charge after Greenfields win Hockey Banbridge Academy pay the penalty as Sullivan Upper progress in Senior Schools Cup final Hockey Bann captain Eugene Magee s men handed perfect incentive to reach EY Irish Hockey Hockey Belfast Telegraph Senior Schools Cup Holly Bennison keeps a cool head to end Methody s Hockey Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/hockey/?page=4 (2016-02-15)
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  • Northern Ireland Hockey - Latest News, Results, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    of the Ulster University squad which will defends its Irish Inter varsities title in Cork at the weekend but the Jordanstown outfit have found a more than adequate replacement Classy Ulster retain Under 18 inter provincial crown after draw with Leinster Ulster retained their Under 18 inter provincial crown in Dublin yesterday when they secured the point they needed from a 2 2 draw with Leinster in the final game of the tournament Brave young guns prove that Irish have bright future Ireland coach Craig Fulton knows that the future of the game here is in good hands after his young side held World No 6 Argentina to a 2 2 draw in Dublin on Saturday evening Lethal Argentina give Irish lesson in nine goal thriller Ireland don t often concede six goals but that s what happened in Dublin last night as World No 6 Argentina showed how clincial they are in a 6 3 success Ireland s young guns get a chance to face Argentina Ireland men will take on World League bronze medallists Argentina in a three game series starting this evening at the National Stadium at UCD Dublin 7 30pm Ulster in need of back up strategy without the big guns in EY Irish Hockey League The EY Irish Hockey League is three weeks into the new season and is already being hailed a success by the competing clubs from all over Ireland as they face each other on a home and away basis for the first time Jessica McMaster is out to shoot girls to title glory Ulster are looking to build on their bronze medal success at the UK School Games when they defend their Under 18 inter provincial title in Dublin this weekend Megan Frazer to the four for Ulster Elks against UCC Megan Frazer is joint top of the EY women s Irish Hockey goal scoring charts after bagging four in the Ulster Elks 8 0 drubbing of UCC which leaves the Jordanstown side sitting pretty at the top of the table Gleghorne s strike gives Lisnagarvey derby triumph It s wonderful the difference a week makes and if you don t believe that then ask Lisnagarvey Cookstown and Railway Union Cup holders Bann and Elks start title defences in Dublin Banbridge will begin the defence of their Irish Senior Cup with a trip to Dublin to face UCD on October 31 more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Lisnagarvey have the play offs in sight Hockey Ulster Elks are on the charge after Greenfields win Hockey Banbridge Academy pay the penalty as Sullivan Upper progress in Senior Schools Cup final Hockey Bann captain Eugene Magee s men handed perfect incentive to reach EY Irish Hockey Hockey Belfast Telegraph Senior Schools Cup Holly Bennison keeps a cool head to end Methody s Hockey Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman

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  • Northern Ireland Hockey - Latest News, Results, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    ready for Lisnagarvey debut Paul Gleghorne one of the stars as Ireland clinched bronze medals at the recent European Championships is finally set to make his Lisnagarvey debut this Saturday when the new all singing all dancing fully fledged EY Irish Hockey League hits off Dungannon take the first Premier scalp over Portadown Ulster Premier League debutantes Dungannon proved they will be no pushovers after opening their campaign with a 1 0 win over Portadown at Edenvilla Park on Saturday Instonians Harlequins Civil Service and Mossley eyeing up places in Kirk Cup semis The Kirk Cup semi finals could be dominated by Belfast clubs this season Tori Hastings keeping up a family tradition ahead of debut Ulster Premier League season Queen s University s new signing Tori Hastings doesn t need to look too far for moral support as she contemplates her first season with the Students in the Ulster Premier League Annadale have high hopes for Australian star Robbie McGuire Annadale are set to become the first Ulster men s club in years to introduce an overseas player but Australian Robbie McGuire won t arrive in time for the opening game in the new look all Ireland league set up Katerine Hill key as North Down defeat Portadown Katherine Hill has a knack of scoring important goals as she proved when she hit the winner for Regent House in their Belfast Telegraph Senior Cup final triumph last March Cookstown celebrate opening of new pitch Cookstown have officially opened their new sand filled pitch to add to their water based facility at the town s High School Ulster clubs delighted to avoid costly Euro journeys The venues for the European Club Championships have been decided and it s good news for Ulster clubs Tributes for Lisnagarvey stalwart Nigel Howard who was a true Blue Tributes have been pouring in for Lisnagarvey s 1st XI manager Nigel Howard who passed away suddenly Lauren Brown swaps catwalk for a whole new ball game as North Down Ladies prepare for Full time student and part time model Lauren Brown is equally comfortable on the catwalk as she is on the hockey pitch as a key member of the North Down Ladies club Watt a way for Under 18s to start season in Manchester Ulster s High Performance Manager Stephen Watt is convinced the province has a bright future even though it was a blow to lose four top teams to the all Ireland league set up more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Lisnagarvey have the play offs in sight Hockey Ulster Elks are on the charge after Greenfields win Hockey Banbridge Academy pay the penalty as Sullivan Upper progress in Senior Schools Cup final Hockey Belfast Telegraph Senior Schools Cup Holly Bennison keeps a cool head to end Methody s Hockey Bann captain Eugene Magee s men handed perfect incentive to reach EY Irish Hockey Hockey Pregnant woman booted off

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/hockey/?page=6 (2016-02-15)
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  • Northern Ireland Hockey - Latest News, Results, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    crushing Russia 10 1 last night and the three Ulstermen in their ranks each scored a goal Rio could leave golden legacy for Hockey in province When Stephen Martin and Jimmy Kirkwood returned with gold medals from the Seoul Olympics back in 1988 hockey in Ulster and Ireland received a massive shot in the arm Spiralling costs force Ards to kill off European hockey adventure Ards are set to pull out of the European Indoor Championship next year due to the prohibitive cost of a trip to Russia for the third tier event scheduled for February Striker Brown is ruled out of Ards opening IHL ties Ireland striker Chloe Brown has been sidelined for eight weeks due to injury signalling a blow for Ards Irish Hockey League hopes Ireland coach Fulton makes three changes for Europeans Ireland coach Craig Fulton has made three changes to his 18 man squad ahead of the European Championships which start in London next Friday Fulton delighted as Irish push the highly rated Dutch Ireland s men gave World number two Netherlands a fright in their own backyard when they held them to a 3 2 scoreline yesterday Ireland out in strength for Trevor Lorimer tribute Ireland coach Craig Fulton has named virtually his strongest squad for Saturday s game against a Mossley President s XI as part of the Trevor Lorimer Memorial Festival Golden day as Shirley McCay breaks Ireland caps record Shirley McCay wrote herself into the hockey history books when she became Ireland s most capped player in Saturday s 5 0 win over the Czech Republic which clinched her team the gold medals at the European Championship II tournament in Prague Ireland s men edge one step closer to Rio games Ireland s men moved further down the road to the Rio Olympics following the outcome of the Pan American Games Frazer leads by example as Irish seal promotion Ireland will be playing in the top flight of European competition in 2017 after securing promotion from the second tier at the European Championship II tournament with a 4 0 semi final win over Belarus in Prague yesterday Gleghorne links up with fellow Ulsterman Ames Ulsterman Mark Gleghorne is linking up with former Cookstown midfielder David Ames after joining Nottingham club Beeston more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Lisnagarvey have the play offs in sight Hockey Ulster Elks are on the charge after Greenfields win Hockey Banbridge Academy pay the penalty as Sullivan Upper progress in Senior Schools Cup final Hockey Bann captain Eugene Magee s men handed perfect incentive to reach EY Irish Hockey Hockey Belfast Telegraph Senior Schools Cup Holly Bennison keeps a cool head to end Methody s Hockey Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/hockey/?page=7 (2016-02-15)
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  • Northern Ireland Hockey - Latest News, Results, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    have to do something they have never done before if they are to qualify for the World League 3 semi finals in Antwerp beat world champions Australia Injured Harte gets the green light to face the Aussies Ireland central defender Conor Harte has been given the all clear after appearing to dislocate his shoulder during his team s last gasp 2 1 defeat against Belgium on Sunday Irish now face world s best after last gasp loss Ireland men will get two days rest at the World League 3 tournament in Antwerp before meeting world champions Australia in the quarter finals on Wednesday Dowds hits thunderbolt as Irish run up a big victory Banbridge s Stephen Dowds wrote his name into World Hockey League 3 records yesterday afternoon when he scored the fastest penalty corner of the tournament in Antwerp an astonishing 126mph Irish lose but set sights on China Ireland men were brought back to earth with a bang following their fine 2 2 draw with Great Britain earlier in the week when they crashed 4 2 in their second pool game at the World League 3 series in Antwerp Peter Caruth eyes hero status Ulsterman Peter Caruth is hoping to turn the clock back as Ireland continue their World League 3 campaign in Antwerp with their second pool game against Malaysia today 1pm Irish fight back Britain against to enhance Rio hopes Ireland came from two goals down to earn a precious draw against old rivals Great Britain in their opening game in the World League 3 tournament being staged in Belgium and from which tickets to the Rio Olympics are handed out Irish outfit is ready to fight for Rio Olympics dream The World League 3 series in Antwerp has been up and running since Saturday but Ireland finally start their campaign today when they take on Great Britain 11 00am BST Kate Dillon closes the curtain on her Ireland career The fall out from Ireland s unsuccessful bid to qualify for an Olympic Games for the first time has begun with the retirement of Railway Union utility player Kate Dillon from international hockey Heavy South Africa loss adds to Irish misery Ireland s Olympic qualifying campaign ended on a painful note in more ways than one as a 4 0 defeat by South Africa yesterday left them in eighth place at the World League 3 tournament in Valencia Hey brother let s try reach Rio Ulster brothers Mark and Paul Gleghorne are hoping to achieve what possibly hasn t been done before in international hockey qualify for the Olympic Games while playing for different countries more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Lisnagarvey have the play offs in sight Hockey Ulster Elks are on the charge after Greenfields win Hockey Banbridge Academy pay the penalty as Sullivan Upper progress in Senior Schools Cup final Hockey Belfast Telegraph Senior Schools Cup Holly Bennison keeps a

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/hockey/?page=8 (2016-02-15)
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  • Northern Ireland Hockey - Latest News, Results, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    the offer of a scholarship in the United States as the Randalstown midfielder prepares to head for Syracuse University in New York state in the autumn Shane O Donoghue gets to feel more at home in Belgium Shane O Donoghue took full advantage of playing on his club pitch at KHC Dragons to score four times against World No 4 Belgium as Ireland wrapped up their build up to the World League 3 series later this month Ireland coach Smith calls in expert to boost Rio bid Ireland head coach Darren Smith has enlisted the services of his compatriot Andy Hayward to help improve the team s strike ratio at penalty corners ahead of the World League 2 tournament which begins in Valencia this week Coach Smith delighted as Ireland flourish in the heat Ireland warmed up for next week s World League 3 tournament with a 2 0 win over Chile in the heat of Valencia yesterday Lucy Camlin is right back on track to play for Scotland Former Pegasus goalkeeper Lucy Camlin is edging closer to fulfilling her dream of playing senior international hockey but it s unlikely to be for Ireland Ulster s top 10 are hitting the right notes for Fulton Ireland coach Craig Fulton has named his 20 strong squad for this weekend s training camp in Belgium ahead of the World League series later this month at the same venue with 10 Ulstermen included Ayeisha McFerran set to be in firing line for deciders There will be no such thing as a drawn match in the World League 3 tournament in Valencia later this month and Pegasus goalkeeper Ayeisha McFerran will have a key role should any of Ireland s fixtures end level after the regulation 60 minutes Brown awaits call to join Ireland on the road to Rio Ards striker Chloe Brown will learn today if she has done enough to clinch a place in the Ireland hockey squad for next month s World League 3 tournament Ulster Elks are pondering bid for EuroHockey series The Ulster Elks are considering the possibility of launching a bid to host next year s EuroHockey Challenge tournament at Jordanstown in the wake of their historic Irish Senior Cup success Ulster hockey chiefs call for Irish League wrangle to end Ulster Hockey s Management Board have issued a plea ahead of this evening s Annual General Meeting they want their clubs to move on and stop re arguing the Irish Hockey League issue more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Lisnagarvey have the play offs in sight Hockey Ulster Elks are on the charge after Greenfields win Hockey Banbridge Academy pay the penalty as Sullivan Upper progress in Senior Schools Cup final Hockey Bann captain Eugene Magee s men handed perfect incentive to reach EY Irish Hockey Hockey Belfast Telegraph Senior Schools Cup Holly Bennison keeps a cool head to end Methody s Hockey Pregnant

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/hockey/?page=9 (2016-02-15)
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  • Northern Ireland Hockey - Latest News, Results, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    return to his native New Zealand to be with his family Jonny Bruton at the double but Germans clinch victory again Three Rock Rovers striker Jonny Bruton fired himself into contention for Ireland s crucial World League 3 tournament next month when he struck twice against Olympic champions Germany in the second Test staged in Krefeld Robbie McMinn is relishing new role with Lurgan Ladies Robbie McMinn has been appointed as Lurgan coach in what will be his first major post in the women s game Last gasp Germany spoil Alan Sothern s big night Alan Sothern celebrated his 100th cap for Ireland last night by scoring twice against Olympic champions Germany in their own backyard Olympic sized Test lies in wait for ambitious Ireland hockey stars Ulsterman John Jackson has already scooped two gold medals this season and now he has set his sights on achieving his ultimate dream a place at the Rio Olympics Ulster hockey heartache as third straight title slips away Ulster had to settle for the runners up spot at the junior inter pros in Cork yesterday after being denied their third title in a row by Munster on goal difference Pegasus seeking a new goalkeeper as McFerran moves on Pegasus are on the lookout for a new goalkeeper after confirmation that Ayeisha McFerran is heading to the United States in the autumn to undertake a hockey scholarship at the University of Louisville Ronan Gormley ready to become first Irish double centurion Ronan Gormley is set to become the first player to pull on the Irish jersey 200 times and he ll reach the milestone on Monday against Olympic champions Germany Double break leaves Lauren Wright in a race for fitness Armagh s Lauren Wright is facing a struggle to get herself fit for next season after breaking BOTH wrists at an Ulster U17 training camp in Lilleshall Craig Fulton names Ireland hockey squad before meeting with Olympic champions Germany The domestic hockey season may be almost finished but it s full steam ahead for the senior international panel as they prepare to take on Olympic champions Germany ahead of the forthcoming World League 3 series in June which acts as the final qualifier for the Rio Olympics Lisnagarvey are set to challenge domestic cup exclusion Lisnagarvey are to launch an attempt to reverse Ulster Hockey s rule that would exclude clubs who have opted to take part in the new Irish Hockey League from competing in the domestic cup competitions next season more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Lisnagarvey have the play offs in sight Hockey Ulster Elks are on the charge after Greenfields win Hockey Banbridge Academy pay the penalty as Sullivan Upper progress in Senior Schools Cup final Hockey Bann captain Eugene Magee s men handed perfect incentive to reach EY Irish Hockey Hockey Belfast Telegraph Senior Schools Cup Holly Bennison keeps a cool head to end Methody s

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  • Dan Kneen is 'in a good place' in build-up to Dundrod - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    for the seventh consecutive year in 2015 Noel Johnston Clerk of the Course at the Metzeler Ulster Grand Prix said Dan provided the most exciting moment of Bike Week 2014 with one of closest finishes in the history of the Dundrod circuit He s a real talent and he clearly enjoys his racing He ll be one to watch this year especially with the experience of Clive Padgett s famous team behind him It s shaping up to be another fantastic year and as always it wouldn t be possible without our sponsors We re pleased to have Aer Lingus on board for another season we know how important this event is for them and we are extremely grateful as they enter their seventh year of support Follow BelTel Sport How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Biting back Fear factor is gone from GAA in Ulster By Declan Bogue There once was a time when southern GAA teams coming north for games would treat the six counties of Northern Ireland as a serious threat to their safety Perhaps they might even have been right Grand Slam coach Philip Doyle joins Ulster women s team By Staff Reporter Former Ireland Women s Head Coach Philip Doyle will take charge of the Ulster women s team ahead of the 2015 inter provincial series Spurs set to gain from NFL s new deal By Steven Beacom It s coming Sounds like a tag line for Jaws 10 What I m actually referring to is a NFL franchise in the UK The Yanks delirious at all the Wembley sell outs their sport delivers on an annual basis have wanted one for ages Their dream scenario moved a step closer this week with Tottenham announcing they would host a minimum of two NFL Biting Back It s better when it s all picture no sound By Ali Gordon BBC Radio One made me giggle on the way to work On the breakfast show they were having a quiz to see who could tell whether the ear piercing noises being broadcast came from Serena Williams Victoria Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Stephen Hendry and

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