Saturday, November 1, 2008

Irish Hockey Trophy results

Skerries produced the result of the round for Leinster sides as they beat Belfast Harlequins at Deramore to advance to the second round of the Irish Hockey Trophy competition on a day as five Leinster sides dropped at the first hurdle.

Clontarf endured a tough day on Ulster's east coast, losing 6-0 to Kilkeel while Dublin Uni fell to Armagh.

The Leinster women fared much better with only Weston bowing out. Genesis beat Banbridge, Three Rock defeated Catriona Carey's Kilkenny 4-0 and Clontarf won in Galway.

MEN’s IRISH HOCKEY TROPHY RESULTS
Weston 3-1 Navan; Armagh 2-1 Dublin Uni; NICS 6-2 Newry; Kilkeel 6-0 Clontarf; Belfast HQ 1-3 Skerries; Bray 3-1 Naas; Avoca 2-3 Suttonians

Round 2, November 15th:
Bray v Antrim ; NICS v Skerries ; Cliftonville v UCC ; Galway v South Antrim ; Weston v Catholic Institute ; North Down v Queens; Kilkeel v Armagh ; Portadown v Suttonians

WOMEN’S ESB IRISH HOCKEY TROPHY RESULTS
Catholic Inst 1-1 Galway (Cath Inst win on strokes); Queens Uni 5-0 Greenisland; Wexford 1-0 Yeats County; Priorians 2-1 Parkview; Carrickfergus 4-3 NICS; Three Rock 4-0 Kilkenny; Genesis 2-1 Banbridge; NUI Galway 1-2 Clontarf; Dromore 6-1 Weston; Ballyclare 3-2 Kilkeel

Round 2, November 15th:
Muckross v Omagh ; Greenfields v Three Rock Rovers ; Our Lady’s Terenure v Waterford ; Skerries V Genesis ; Newbridge v Ballyclare ; Priorians v Portadown ; Ulster Elks v UL; Ashton v Moyne Thurles ; Cookstown v North Kildare ; Dromore v Coleraine ; Dungannon v Bandon ; Carrickfergus v Avoca / North Down ; Queens v Belvedere ; Catholic Institute v Suttonians ; Saintfield v Ballymena ; Clontarf v Wexford

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Anonymous said...

kilkeel must be a very strong team to have beaten a good clontarf team 6-0. i hope the rest of the leinster teams do well in the next round as it was surprising that none of them got a bye to the 2nd round

Anonymous said...

Dont know why my comment was removed i was only responding to narrow mindedness of some people, looking forward to saturdays match against Sutton i think this year is the most open the league has ever being.

Dotsie said...

Dont know why mine was removed either. Great weekend for us beating Harlequinns, just a pity we have to travel up the north for the next round too. Anyway, back to the league and this weekend, looking forward to what should be a very close match

Stephen Findlater said...

Sorry about the deleted comments, I know they may not have seemed too controversial posts but have had to be very careful of comments in recent days.

Apologies again.