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James Lorimer: was on target twice for Lisnagarvey in the 4-1 victory over Cork Church of Ireland.  Photograph: Rowland White/Presseye/Inpho

The men’s EY Hockey League regular season crown looks set to be heading to Co Down after both Lisnagarvey and Banbridge scored key wins with Glenanne (...)

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(...)

Ireland captain and goalkeeper David Harte will be in Banbridge playing for Dutch side SV Kampong. Photograph: James Crosbie/Inpho.

Perhaps the biggest club event to take place in Ireland is being hosted by Banbridge on Friday and through Saturday and Sunday as 12 of the best clubs(...)

Just two teams remain unbeaten after the opening two rounds of the All Ireland Hockey League. Predictably last year’s winners Lisnagarvey and Dublin’s(...)

Lisnagarvey’s Daniel Buser scores. Photo: Inpho

Lisnagarvey completed an immaculate season with an awesomely composed victory over Co Down rivals Banbridge at Havelock Park to win the inaugural men’(...)

Where the fourth berth goes for the EY Champions Trophy playoffs is anyone’s guess.

While Lisnagarvey, Monkstown and Banbridge have their tickets all but stamped for the EY Champions Trophy playoffs, where the fourth berth goes is any(...)

Lisnagarvey are 11 points ahead of Monkstown in the EY Hockey League Irish. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho.

The EY Hockey League seems now to be all about watching if Lisnagarvey will trip up. Based on their current form, that seems unlikely. With just fiv(...)

Lisnagarvey put four past Ulster rivals Banbridge in the EY Hockey League last weekend. Photograph: Rowland White/Inpho.

While Dublin’s Monkstown got their National League show back on the road thanks to a 3-0 win over Pembroke last weekend, Lisnagarvey stretched their (...)

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