UCD’s Nikki Evans and her team mates finished sixth in the EuroHockey Club Champions Cup. Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

Two final quarter goals saw UCD fall out of touch with Surbiton, ultimately falling 4-1 to the English champions, meaning they finished sixth in the E(...)

Emma Smyth scored her first international hat-trick in Ireland’s 13-0 defeat of Turkey in the World League Round 2 match at Belfield. Photograph: Inpho

Ireland 13 Turkey 0 Ireland proved far too strong for Turkey to complete their UDG Healthcare World League Round 2 with a huge win, with Naomi Carroll(...)

Railway Union’s Sarah Hawkshaw: was on target in her club’s 3-0 victory over Old Alexandra. Photo: Rowland White/Presseye/Inpho

The opening to their Leinster title defence was flawless, UCD winning their first five games, scoring 28 goals and conceding just three. It’s all g(...)

Siofra Flood, former COO of Swrve, has committed to becoming a lead entrepreneur for the next cycle of Going for Growth. (Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times)

Going for Growth is looking to recruit 60 female entrepreneurs to participate in the next phase of its entrepreneurship programme. The programm(...)

File photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

UCD and Loreto are the only sides with two wins out of two after the second round of the Irish Hockey League on Saturday, the defending champions gett(...)

Two victories over Belgium in Brussels this week gave Darren Smith’s Irish team an encouraging start to their build-up for March’s World Hockey Leagu(...)

Emma Smyth: Converted a second minute penalty corner. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

The Irish dream of a first Champions Challenge I title came unstuck at the hands of the USA in Glasgow last night, showing their class to coolly come (...)

 Railway Union celebrate their victory over Pembroke Wanderers in the Irish Hockey League semi-final. Photo: Rowland White/Inpho/Presseye

UCD completed the double in dramatic fashion at Havelock Park yesterday, pipping reigning champions Railway Union on penalties to add the Iris(...)

Alex Speers was on the mark for Railway Union against Loreto on Saturday.

Six points out of six from their two games over the weekend have lifted Railway Union in to second place in the Leinster first division, just two poin(...)

Last year’s Irish Junior Cup finalists Lisnagarvey lost 2-1 to Belfast Harlequins. Photograph: Inpho/Ryan Byrne

It’s as you were at the top of the Leinster first division after UCD, Railway Union and Loreto all maintained their unbeaten records on Saturday, Rail(...)