Glenanne

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Annadale’s meeting with C of I in Belfast could move the home side comfortably into mid-table if two other matches fall favourably for them

In the end Three Rock Rovers did Glenanne a favour last week with a 1-1 draw against Banbridge in Grange Road. That’s surely a first. Glenanne, taki(...)

Matthew Nelson: popped up with the equaliser for Lisnagarvey against Glenanne. Photograph: Rowland White/Inpho/Presseye

Lisnagarvey fought back from 2-0 down to draw with reigning men’s EY Hockey League champions Glenanne in just one of two games to beat the frost over(...)

Lisnagarvey young gun Sean Murray in action for  Ireland. Photograph: Freddie Parkinson/Inpho

All eyes will be on Comber Road as Glenanne have their first chance to get the win they need to land the men’s EY Hockey League for the first time. F(...)

Glenanne’s Shane O’Donoghue in action for Ireland last year. O’Donoghue’s strike gave his side a victory over Railway Union. Photograph: Inpho/Presseye

It was something of a slog at times for Glenanne but a 1-0 win over basement side Railway Union saw them make another big step toward the EY Hockey L(...)

Mark English of Railway Union scored the winner in the game against Cookstown. Photograph: Inpho/Presseye

Mark English’s rocket of a shot gave Railway Union’s hopes of avoiding the drop from the men’s EY Hockey League, beating Cookstown 3-2 and setting up (...)

Victory for Glennane over Cork C of I would enhance their European ambitions. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Glenanne have an excellent chance of extending their lead at the top of the EY Irish Hockey League this weekend. With one match taking place in Banbri(...)

Glenanne enjoy a four-point lead at the Christmas break following their late comeback against Pembroke. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

In a season of outrageous comebacks already, Glenanne pulled off their most remarkable win of the campaign to date when they saw off Pembroke 4-3. Tr(...)

 Glenanne  star Shane O’Donoghue in action for Ireland. He scored twice against Monkstown to seal a draw for his side. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Glenanne missed out on the chance to double their lead at the top of the men’s EY Hockey League despite twice coming back at Monkstown to draw 2-2. T(...)

 Peter Caruth:  lashed his stick in frustration into the fencing at the Merrion Fleet Arena. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Peter Caruth’s injury frustration looks set to continue as he sustained a low-grade hamstring tear in the dying moments of Annadale’s stunning 2-0 win(...)

Luke Madeley of Three Rock in action against James Lorimer of Lisnagarvey during the Irish Senior Cup last year. Photo: Rowland White/Inpho

Several sides face a double-header this weekend as the attempts to clear the backlog created by the umpires’ strike sees a full round of men’s EY Hock(...)

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