Cecelia Joyce

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The Railway Union team following their Leinster League victory.

Railway Union take to the Porto boards for the women’s EuroHockey Indoor Club Challenge I with a squad that could lay claim to being the most multital(...)

Railway Unions’s Kate McKenna created a goal in each half for Cecelia Joyce and Kate Dillon to secure Junior Cup success. Photograph: Inpho

For the second week running Railway Union got the better of UCD in a cup final, beating them 2-0 at Belfield on Sunday to retain the Irish Junior Cup(...)

Isobel Joyce: battled bravely with a defiant 33 but Ireland slid to an 86-run loss in their Super Six clash in Colombo. Photograph: Inpho

Ireland Women’s hopes of World Cup qualification were ended by Pakistan after they slid to an 86-run loss in their Super Six clash in Colombo. Pakist(...)

Isobel Joyce’s 24 helped Ireland to a below-par score of 144 as they were beaten by Bangladesh by seven wickets in Colombo. Photograph: Inpho/Barry Chambers

Ireland Women must win their remaining two Super Six matches to keep alive their dream of World Cup qualification after they slipped to a seven-wicket(...)

Ireland captain Laura Delany:  is relishing the opportunity for the team to take their game to the next level. Photograph: Inpho

Ireland women are through to the Super Six phase of the Women’s World Cup Qualifiers in Sri Lanka after India’s convincing nine-wicket win against Zim(...)

Ireland’s Isobel Joyce  extended her career tally to 127 as she claimed 4-39 in their World Cup qualifier against Sri Lanka. Photo: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Ireland women’s cricketers were brought crashing back down to earth after slumping to a crushing 146 run reverse against hosts Sri Lanka in their seco(...)

Railway Union’s Emma Smyth and Emma Lindsay of Lurgan. Photograph: Rowland White/ INPHO/Presseye

Ulster Elks’ hopes of defending the Irish Senior Cup they had won for the past two seasons were ended in emphatic style at the first hurdle by Railwa(...)

A goal from Anna O’Flanagan gave Hermes-Monkstown victory over Loreto, the score coming in the third quarter of a closely fought game at Rathdown

The November 12th meeting in Dublin between Hermes-Monkstown and Cork Harlequins has an appetising look about it as both sides made it four wins out o(...)

Ireland’s Shauna Kavanagh  bats during the Women’s World Twenty20 match against Australia at the Feroz Shah Kotla Ground  in Delhi, India. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images

Ireland lost their final game at the Women’s World Twenty20 as they went down to a seven wicket defeat to a rampant Australian side conscious of the n(...)

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(...)

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