Harlequins player Cliodhna Sargent has expressed disappointment over Hockey Ireland’s decision to sanction her side. Photograph:  Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Cork Harlequins have reacted with dismay over being sanctioned by Hockey Ireland (HI) this week for not fulfilling two fixtures before the recent lock(...)

Yvonne O’Byrne:   returned to Hockey League action last weekend for Cork Harlequins  2-0 victory over Railway Union. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Ireland’s trip to Malaysia next month, which was to form part of their build-up to the Olympic Games, has been cancelled due to fears over the coronav(...)

There  is plenty left to play for in the final round of the women’s EY Hockey League. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

There are still two issues to be settled going into the final round of Hockey League matches on Saturday with Pembroke Wanderers and Cork Harlequins b(...)

Railway’s Sarah Hawkshaw: included in the Ireland panel earlier this week. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Saturday sees the eighth and final round of Hockey League matches before the winter break, the competition not resuming until February. While most of(...)

On Saturday, Cork Harlequins picked up just their second win of the campaign when they beat Railway Union 3-1 at Park Avenue, Dublin

At this stage last season in the EY Hockey League three of the top four spots already looked decided, UCD, Cork Harlequins and Pegasus putting some di(...)

Emma Russell was on target for  UCD in her sides’s Irish Cup quarter-final  victory over Lurgan. Photograph: Paul Walsh/Inpho

UCD and Loreto battled their way in to the semi-finals of the Irish Senior Cup on Saturday, joining Pegasus in the last four of the competition, while(...)

Cliodhna Sargent returned to action for Cork Harlequins in November following the birth of her son. Photograph: Cathal Coonan/Inpho

After lengthy absences, two of Irish hockey’s most experienced players have returned to the international set-up. Cliodhna Sargent and Megan Frazer, (...)

UCD’s Katie Mullan scored late against Loreto to give her side a seventh win in a row. Photograph: Paul Walsh/Inpho

The chasing pack in the Hockey League failed to put a dent in the gap between themselves and the top four on Saturday, UCD, Cork Harlequins, Pegasus a(...)

Katie Mullan: was on target for UCD in the big win over Trinity. Photograph: Paul Walsh/Inpho

With 12 goals between them, UCD and Cork Harlequins comfortably retained their spots in the top two of the Hockey League at the weekend, UCD putting s(...)

Naomi Carroll is top scorer with seven goals for unbeaten Cork Harlequins. Photograph: Rowland White/Presseye/Inpho

Cork Harlequins have the rare enough treat of a home game this weekend as they look to end 2017 as the only unbeaten side in the Hockey League. Five(...)

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