Eugene Magee

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Ireland’s Eugene Magee played at the 2016 Olympic Games and won European bronze in 2015. Photograph: Rowland White/Presseye/Inpho

Ireland’s most capped male player Eugene Magee has formally retired from international hockey after 15 years and 295 caps at the top of the game, play(...)

 Eugene Magee: his  powerful drag-flick had Banbridge  two up inside five minutes.  Photograph: Presseye/Declan Roughan/Inpho

The Magee brothers inspired Banbridge to just their second win of the men’s EY Hockey League season as they added to Pembroke’s woes with a 4-2 succes(...)

 Irish hockey player Shirley McCay:  ‘I would have gone for Canada or USA. The others would have been a huge test but we are under no illusions.’ Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

After missing out on Olympic qualification in recent years Irish hockey’s Shirley McCay remains cautious about Ireland’s prospects in their two-leg ma(...)

Ireland goalkeeper David Harte is an injury doubt for next month’s European Championships in Antwerp. Photograph: Inpho

David Harte could miss next month’s European Championships as the two-time world goalkeeper of the year faces a race against time to overcome a muscle(...)

 Shane O’Donoghue scored his 102nd international goal in the win over Korea. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Ireland 4 Korea 2 Ireland’s men followed the women into next October’s Olympic qualifiers as they dug out a brilliant 4-2 win over Korea in the FIH (...)

Shirley McCay opens the scoring for Ireland in the FIH Women’s Series semi-final against the Czech Republic at  Banbridge Hockey Club. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Ireland 4 Czech Republic 0 Shirley McCay’s trademark “skipper” strike set Ireland on course for a big 4-0 win over the Czech Republic in their semi-f(...)

Eugene McGee’s hat-trick against France came on his 280 cap for Ireland. Photograph: Rowland White/Inpho/Presseye

Ireland 3 France 2 A perfectly timed hat-trick from Ireland’s Eugene Magee saw Ireland beat France in the second of their two-match series in Lisnaga(...)

 John Jackson (above) makes his comeback to the Ireland squad alongside Neal Glassey, Ben Walker, Stephen Cole and goalkeeper Jamie Carr. Photograph: Inpho

Alexander Cox has rung the changes in the Irish men’s squad for the next stage in the Olympic qualifying process – June’s FIH Series Finals in Le Touq(...)

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 (...)

 Ireland sing their national anthem prior to the opening World Cup  match against Australia. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty

Having seen their plans of an ambush against world number one side Australia fall just short, Ireland’s men now assume the opposite role as they look (...)

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