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Pembroke Wanderers suffer their first defeat of the campaign at the hands of Old Alexandra at Serpentine Avenue. Photograph: Getty Images

Catholic Institute’s bright start to the EY Hockey League season continued on Saturday when they beat Cork Harlequins 2-0 in their Munster derby to go(...)

 Old Alexandra coach and former Ireland player Eimear Cregan made 171 appearances over a 10-year period for her country. Photograph:  Donall Farmer/Inpho

A week after they opened their Hockey League campaign with a 4-1 win away to Belfast Harlequins, Old Alexandra host Catholic Institute, a club with wh(...)

Limerick 16-year-old Róisín Ní Ríain will be Ireland’s youngest athlete at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Visibility is important in inspiring young boys and girls to take up sport. People, not medals or achievements, initially fire the imagination of the (...)

Yuto Horigome of Japan in action during the skateboarding men’s street event of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Ariake Urban Sports Park in Tokyo. Photograph: Fazry Ismail

Paul O’Donovan was probably right when he told Jacqui Hurley that we should all to go to bed and not be sitting up through the night “watching us fool(...)

Team Ireland players, back row from left: Chloe Watkins, Michelle Carey, Sarah Torrans, Liz Murphy, Hannah McLoughlin, Zara Malseed, Deirdre Duke, Lena Tice, Sarah Hawkshaw, Sarah McAuley and Lizzie Holden. Front row from left: Shirley McCay, Nicci Daly, Ayeisha McFerran, Anna O’Flanagan, Katie Mullan, Roisin Upton, Hannah Matthews and Naomi Carroll. Photograph Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

Ayeisha McFerran Ayeisha McFerran Age: 25 Position: Goalkeeper Caps: 105 Current Club: SV Kampong (NED) Has been one of Ireland’s(...)

 Sarah McAuley is one of the younger players selected in Ireland’s Tokyo Olympics squad. File photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Teenager Sarah McAuley has earned a place in the squad of 16 players who will travel to the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer. The squad was announce(...)

Ireland’s Deirdre Duke and Nikki Evans  celebrate a goal during the sixth-placed playoff against Italy at the Women’s EuroHockey Championship at the Wagener Stadium in Amstelveen. Photograph: Frank Uijlenbroek/Inpho

Ireland 3 Italy 0 Ireland finished their EuroHockey Championship campaign with a flourish as Anna O’Flanagan’s double underpinned a strong 3-0 victo(...)

 Naomi Carroll celebrates scoring Ireland’s goal with her team-mates during the Women’s Euro Hockey Championships  match against  Scotland at the Wagener Stadium in Amstelveen. Photograph:  Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images

Ireland 1 Scotland 0 Naomi Carroll saluted her team-mates for remaining calm during their pool game against Scotland at the EuroHockey Championships (...)

Ireland’s Roisin Upton, Katie Mullan and Nicci Daly are all included in the squad for next month’s EuroHockey Championships. File photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

After over 20 months preparation, the Irish women’s hockey team must hit the ground running at June’s European Championships in the Netherlands as the(...)

The Irish Women’s hockey squad will travel to Malaysia on Friday as part of their preparation for the conditions they will face in Tokyo this summer. (...)

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