James Lorimer

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Three Rock’s David Kane fails to stop Conor Empey of UCD scoring a goal in the student side’s 3-1 win at the weekend. Photograph:  Bryan Keane/Inpho

UCD made a major statement that they are ready to do some damage in the men’s EY Hockey League this season as they ran up a fully merited 3-1 win ove(...)

Jody Hosking celebrates scoring the winning goal for Three Rock Rovers. Photograph: Adrian Boehm

Three Rock Rovers 1 Lisnagarvey 0 Having won six trophies for a second successive season, the old hands around Grange Road were struggling to recall (...)

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 player James Lorimer in action during his side’s 4-2 win over Monkstown. Photograph: Presseye/Rowland White/Inpho

Lisnagarvey scored the first big win of the EY Hockey League season as two second-half goals put them out of range of Monkstown in a battle between tw(...)

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’(...)

The 2016 Rio Olympic Games will be the biggest tournament in the history of Irish hockey. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho.

The Rio-qualified Irish men’s team has moved up to an all-time official high of 12th in the latest world rankings. (Unofficially, Ireland were rank(...)

Gold and coal mining companies are engaged in what all parties are describing as difficult wage negotiations against a backdrop of falling metal prices. Photograph: Reuters

Falling metal prices and lower demand internationally are behind the loss of more than 23,000 jobs in South Africa’s mining sector and subsidiary indu(...)