Gillian Pinder

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Ireland celebrate their   shoot-out win over Spain. Photograph: Inpho/Sandra Mailer

Women's Hockey World Cup: July, London The tone was set from moment one. Katie Mullan’s beaming smile was the first Irish image to project onto the b(...)

In the news: some of the headline-makers of 2018

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Railway Union’s Sarah Hawkshaw is one of four uncapped players in the Ireland squad for a training trip to Chile in January. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Twins Bethany and Serena Barr could make their international debuts on the same day in January as they form part of a quartet of new faces in Graham S(...)

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(...)

Pegasus’ Alex Speers scored a first-quarter penalty corner goal against Ards. Photograph: Inpho

It took Pegasus eight EY Hockey League games last season to reach the nine points mark but they’ve managed it in just three in the new campaign, their(...)

The Ireland team show off their silver medals at the homecoming event on Dame Street in Dublin. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

The late call-up Ireland’s Emily Beatty in action against Caia van Maasakker of the Netherlands during the Hockey Women’s World Cup Final a(...)

Ireland coach Graham Shaw celebrates with Chloe Watkins after his side’s win over Spain in London. Photograph: Christopher Lee/Getty

Irish coach Graham Shaw hopes his side’s progression to the final of the Women’s Hockey World Cup in London can cause a shift in hockey in Ireland. T(...)

Ireland celebrate their World Cup semi-final win over Spain in London. Photograph: Christopher Lee/Getty

And then all of a sudden it became preposterous. A crushed Spanish side, sullen and disbelieving, fell into wordless heaps in the middle of the pitch (...)

The Irish team celebrate after Shirley McCay scores  during the  World Cup match against the USA at the Lee Valley Hockey Centre in London. Photograph: Sean Dempsey/EPA

Women’s Hockey World Cup – Pool B Ireland 3 (D Duke 2, S McCay) USA 1 (M Paolino) Deirdre Duke’s glorious counter-strikes sent Ireland’s women into d(...)

Shirley McCay  celebrates her goal with Ireland team-mate  Deirdre Duke during the Women’s World Cup Pool B game at Lee Valley Stadium in London. Photograph: Joe Toth/Inpho

Ireland 3 USA 1 The biggest game in their careers to date saw Ireland’s women produce their biggest performance as Deirdre Duke’s breakaway double s(...)

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