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Ireland captain  Katie Mullan in action against Spain. She will play this season  in Germany with reigning champions Club an der Alster.  Photograph: Rowland White/Inpho/Presseye

While the domestic league is still almost a month away, five of Ireland’s World Cup silver medalists start their new club seasons this weekend – much (...)

Lena Tice, captain Katie Mullan and Deirdre Duke, who recently won a silver medal in the Hockey World Cup. Photograph: Harry Murphy/Sportsfile

Deirdre Duke has become the latest World Cup star to be snapped up by a professional club as the striker confirmed she would join Düsseldorfer Hockey (...)

Ireland team: on a sure footing for next summer’s European Championships in Belgium and their qualification process for the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. Photograph: ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy

After a valiant two weeks of hockey, Ireland’s sparkling run in the Women’s Hockey World Cup in London’s Queen Elizabeth Park came to an end when they(...)

Coach Graham Shaw celebrates after Ireland’s victory over India in the World Cup  quarter-final  in London. Photograph:  Steven Paston/PA Wire

What happens when after being crushed you dare to believe in yourself and those around you? Ireland gathered the remnants of spirit and confidence fr(...)

 Ireland players celebrate following the  victory over India in the Pool B group game of the  World Cup at Lee Valley  Centre  in London, England. Photograph:  Harriet Lander/Getty Images

Women’s Hockey World Cup Quarter-Finals (both at Lee Valley, London) – Ireland v India, 6pm; England v Netherlands, 8.15pm Manager Arlene Boyles ha(...)

Ireland’s Yvonne O’Byrne  turns away from Jo Hunter of England during the Pool B game. Photograph: Christopher Lee/Getty Images

Ireland's women's hockey edged out India 3-1 in a shootout on Thursday which gave them a World Cup semi-final spot.  Graham Shaw's sid(...)

Ireland manager Graham Shaw talks to his players during the Pool B game against England at the FIH Womens Hockey World Cup at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre in London, England. Photo: Christopher Lee/Getty Images

The Irish women’s team are hopeful their performances at the Hockey World Cup this week can provide inspiration and a lasting legacy for a sport that (...)

The Irish team celebrate after Shirley McCay scores  during the  World Cup match against the USA at the Lee Valley Hockey Centre in London. Photograph: Sean Dempsey/EPA

Women’s Hockey World Cup – Pool B Ireland 3 (D Duke 2, S McCay) USA 1 (M Paolino) Deirdre Duke’s glorious counter-strikes sent Ireland’s women into d(...)

Shirley McCay  celebrates her goal with Ireland team-mate  Deirdre Duke during the Women’s World Cup Pool B game at Lee Valley Stadium in London. Photograph: Joe Toth/Inpho

Ireland 3 USA 1 The biggest game in their careers to date saw Ireland’s women produce their biggest performance as Deirdre Duke’s breakaway double s(...)

Ireland captain Katie Mullan. Photo: PA

Nine months since qualification was assured, Ireland’s women stand on the cusp of the World Cup, looking to do themselves justice on the sport’s elit(...)

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