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Conor Harte:  Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Monkstown and Pembroke eased to big wins on Saturday to keep some life in the men’s Leinster division one title race in the New Year when they will en(...)

Mitch Darling: scored twice in Three Rock Rovers’ victory. Photo: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Three Rock Rovers moved into a seven-point lead at the top of Leinster’s division one, guaranteeing the Christmas number one spot with a 4-1 win over (...)

Railway Unkion’s  Jean McDonnell (left): scored two goals in her side’s 6-0 win over North Kildare. Photograph: Inpho

Seventeen goals between them and none conceded, the top four in the Leinster first division all picked up wins on Saturday, a Katie Mullan hat-trick h(...)

UCD’s Shane O’Donoghue makes a break as Mark Willis tries to defend for Belfast Harlequins during the Irish Senior Cup match at Deramore Park. Photograph: Inpho

Trinity (Dublin University) are languishing at the bottom of the Leinster’s senior league Division Two. It’s not a place most of the graduates that pl(...)

 Kate Dillon: got the only goal in Railway Union’s win over Hermes.   Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Only Ulster Elks had a comfortable passage in the second round of the Irish Senior Cup on Saturday. They beat Lisnagarvey 4-1 as six sides won by just(...)

Gary Shaw: got a hat-trick in Glenanne’s 5-2 success over  Kilkeel. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

The Irish Senior Cup quarter-finals has a distinctly Leinster-dominated hue as six Dublin sides progressed with wins over Ulster sides on Saturday aft(...)

There has been no shortage of surprise results in the Irish Senior Cup in recent seasons, but Glenanne’s victory on penalty strokes over Pegasus in Be(...)

Last year’s Irish Junior Cup finalists Lisnagarvey lost 2-1 to Belfast Harlequins. Photograph: Inpho/Ryan Byrne

It’s as you were at the top of the Leinster first division after UCD, Railway Union and Loreto all maintained their unbeaten records on Saturday, Rail(...)

A short-handed Pembroke produced a perfect spell of counter-attacking to puncture another hole in Monkstown’s Leinster Men’s Division One title aspira(...)

A week after letting a two-goal lead slip in their draw with leaders UCD, Railway Union have another testing league fixture, against in-form Pembroke (...)

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