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Eire: Hockey Eire Home Weekend Outcomes Spherical-Up: Saturday April 13

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THURSDAY APRIL 11 2024

 

EY HOCKEY LEAGUE WOMEN’S DIVISION 1 

RAILWAY UNION 4 OLD ALEXANDRA 1

Railway Union clinched second spot within the EYHL Division 1 on Saturday final. That meant they’d the second computerized qualification spot within the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy secured a goal for coach Una McCarthy and employees from the beginning of the season achieved. They began this sport straight out of the blocks and had Previous Alexandra defending from the earliest seconds. A penalty stroke was awarded to Railway Union following a penalty nook and Lisa McCarthy dispatched it to the online within the third minute to provide Railway Union a 3rd minute lead.  Lily Lloyd added a second within the 7th minute and for the remainder of the primary quarter Railway appeared in full management of the sport. 2-0 on the finish of the primary quarter. Previous Alexandra grew into the sport a bit extra within the second quarter and had various alternatives contained in the Railway Union D. Aoife Taaffe tucked one such alternative into the online from shut vary within the 26th minute to make the rating 2-1.

The following aim got here within the 35th minute and Railway Union’s third aim was an excellent piece of group play. Lily Lloyd’s lay off enabled Sarah Patton to rifle the ball into the online from contained in the semi-circle. A aim of the season contender and one thing that might have appeared superb on tv. Sarah Patton acquired her second of the sport within the 63rd minute with one other open play aim to make it 4-1 to Railway Union. Play was held up briefly for an damage to Previous Alexandra’s Eire worldwide Deirdre Duke who acquired hit full on by a ball struck from shut vary inside her personal semi-circle. It was unclear how critical the damage was however it’s hoped it’s not too critical and she is going to be capable to return to motion very quickly.

 

RAILWAY UNION:- Emma Buckley, Niamh Shaw, Jenny Lengthy; Roisín Upton, Aebfhinn Burke, Lisa McCarthy, Michelle Carey, Sarah Hawkshaw, Emma Smyth (C), Katie Mullan, Niamh Carey SUBS USED:- Katie Fearon (5 minutes); Lily Lloyd (5 minutes);  Sarah Patton (6 minutes);  Orla Fox (6 minutes); Saoirse Griffin (6 minutes)

OLD ALEXANDRA:– Holly Micklem, Amy Giblin, Lindsay Energy, Ella Malone, Elva Kerr, Robyn Hetherington, Elena Neill, Isabella Dunlop, Deirdre Duke, Paula Oldenkott, Abi Russell (C)  SUBS USED:– Zoe Handcock (5 minutes); Allie Hetherington (6 minutes);  Bethany Russ (6 minutes); Aoife Taaffe )7 minutes) ; Vanessa Winn (6 minutes)

 

SATURDAY  APRIL 13 2024

EYHL WOMEN’S DIVISION 1

 

CORINTHIANS 1 PEGASUS 2

Pegasus did their bit to keep away from relegation by successful this crucial sport towards an already relegated Corinthians facet who competed strongly all through. Pegasus took the lead by Alex Speers within the fifth minute  with a aim from open play. Going into this sport with a 1 aim drawback in aim distinction and degree on factors, this was a should win sport for the Belfast group. Hollai Quinn equalised for Corinthians within the twenty seventh minute from open play. Pegasus then took the lead within the thirty fourth minute when Sophie McDowell transformed a penalty nook and there was no additional scoring. Pegasus gained 2-1 after which needed to await information from the Railway Union versus Monkstown match.

 

RAILWAY UNION 2 MONKSTOWN 1

Railway Union made it 6 factors out of 6 from their closing two matches of the common season with this 2-1 win over Monkstown. This end result added to Pegasus successful sees Monkstown relegated after only one season again in topflight. Former Eire Worldwide Kate Dillon gave Railway Union the lead within the twenty fifth minute with a aim from open play. Monkstown equalised by a area aim from former Eire Worldwide Nicci Daly within the fifteenth minute. 1-1. Railway Union retook the lead within the twentieth minute when Roisín Upton transformed a penalty nook. It was a lead that the hosts held on to till the ultimate hooter.

 

LORETO 3 OLD ALEXANDRA 1

For Loreto this sport was all about receiving their championship trophy and the medals that went with it. Loreto took the lead within the nineteenth minute when Yasmin Pratt transformed a penalty nook. Loreto led 2-0 within the twenty second minute after Hannah Matthew’s transformed penalty nook within the final play of the primary half. Previous Alexandra acquired on the scoresheet when Aoife Taaffe transformed a penalty nook to go away the rating 2-1 on the half-time break. Loreto continued to exert strain by successful penalty corners and within the forty second minute they had been awarded a penalty stroke which Hannah McLoughlin transformed to go away the ultimate rating Loreto 3 Previous Alexandra 1.

LORETO:- Liz Murphy, Lisa Mulcahy, Siofra O’Brien,  Mia Jennings, Grace McLoughlin, Caitlin Sherin, Yasmin Pratt, Caoimhe Perdue, Christina Hamill, Hannah Matthews, Rachel Kelly SUBS USED:– Grace Donald (6 minutes); Hannah  McLoughlin (6 minutes), Sarah Torrans (6 minutes), Aisling Murray (8 minutes), Ella Pasley (9 minutes)

OLD ALEXANDRA:- Holly Mickle, Lindsay Energy, Ella Malone, Sarah Byrne, Vanessa Winn, Elva Kerr, Robyn Hetherington, Isabella Dunlop, Aoife Taaffe, Abi Russell (C), Zoe Handcock  SUBS USED:– Amy Giblin (7 minutes); Allie Hetherington (7 minutes);  Bethany Russ ((8 minutes);  Paula Odenkott (11 minutes)

 

CATHOLIC INSTITUTE 0 UCD 1

UCD confirmed their spot within the EYHL Champions Trophy quarter-final with this away win towards Catholic Institute. In a really intently fought affair it was 0-0 after quarter one. It was nonetheless scoreless at half time and by the tip of quarter three this sport had all of the hallmarks of a scoreless draw. However in video games like that generally a single aim can determine it. On this case a 57th minute aim from open play by Mikayla Energy was sufficient to safe the win UCD end the season on 25 League factors safely within the high 6 no matter outcomes elsewhere. However outcomes elsewhere will determine whom they may play in subsequent week’s quarter closing.

 

ULSTER ELKS 1 PEMBROKE WANDERERS 1

Ulster Elks went degree on factors with Previous Alex due to this 1-1 draw. Jessica McMaster gave the Elks a 1-0 scoring from open play within the 18th minute. Pembroke Wanderers acquired again in degree phrases within the thirty first minute to safe a share of the spoils due to Orla Macken’s transformed penalty nook. There was no additional scoring it ended 1-1.

 

EYHL WOMEN’S DIVISION 2 QUARTER-FINAL

 

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BELFAST HARLEQUINS 4 LURGAN 0

Belfast Harlequins shall be participating in subsequent week’s EYHL 2 semi-finals after a complete 4-0 win over fellow Ulster Girls’s Premier League facet Lurgan. Harlequins took the lead when Emma Fraser transformed a penalty nook within the 4th minute. They elevated their result in 2-0 when Claire Whiteside transformed a penalty nook within the thirty second minute. Emily Anderson scored from open play to go away the Lagan-siders 3-0 up inside 60 seconds. Jennifer McAuley sealed a 4-0 victory by changing a penalty nook within the forty seventh minute.

 

ARDS 1 AVOCA 0

Typically two groups are so evenly matched {that a} single aim is all that may separate them in knockout competitions. And generally the group that begins soonest out of the traps can seize a decisive aim very early into the match. So, it proved immediately at Londonderry Park the place Ards scored within the fifth minute by a Louise Murray aim from open play. It proved sufficient to win them a spot within the semi-finals subsequent weekend. Monkstown’s relegation was extra dangerous information for Avoca as they miss out on EYHL 2 subsequent season as effectively following their elimination immediately. It completed Ards 1 Avoca 0 .

 

EYHL MEN’S DIVISION 1

SATURDAY APRIL 13TH 2024

 

CORINTHIANS 2 BANBRIDGE 2

For Corinthians they confronted having to host the coronation of this season’s Kings of the League on the finish of the sport. Accordingly, they determined to make it as powerful a match as attainable. Gregory Williams opened the scoring for the hosts with a area aim on the thirty second minute to make it 1-0 Corinthians.  Banbridge equalised by Thomas Dobson’s transformed penalty nook within the 44th minute. Banbridge then took the lead within the 56th minute by a aim from Adam McKee in open play. Corinthians raced again into the match to seal some extent when Stephen Reid’s aim from open play within the 65th minute ensured a share of the spoils. Banbridge obtained their Championship trophy and their winner’s medals as step one to a possible treble successful marketing campaign being already Champions Trophy Semi-finalists and Irish Senior Cup Finalists.

 

MONKSTOWN 2 LISNAGARVEY 2

Lisnagarvey had been destined to complete second on this season’s League marketing campaign forward of immediately’s match whatever the final result. Ben Nelson gave them the lead with a aim from open play within the 28th minute. Andrew Williamson elevated the guests lead with one other aim from open play within the 42nd minute. Daniel O’Donovan started the hosts comeback with a 53rd minute aim from open play. Sam Hohn secured a share of the spoils for the house facet scoring within the 62nd minute it completed 2-2.

 

ANNADALE 1 YMCA 1

Each these groups went into this sport with a palpable sense of reduction. Annadale secured their place in subsequent season’s EYHL Division 1 a few weeks in the past. Final week YMCA assured their place within the EYHL Champions Trophy Play off quarter finals. This sport was a story of two penalty strokes. The hosts had been awarded theirs within the 37th minute which Michael Robson transformed. They led 1-0 for an extra 22 minutes till YMCA had been awarded a 59th minute penalty stroke. Grant Glutz scored YMCA’s stroke and the sport ended 1-1.

 

INSTONIANS 3 GLENANNE 5

An eight aim thriller at Shawsbridge the place Instonians performed their closing sport of the EYHL Males’s Division 1 marketing campaign having suffered relegation. Shane O’Donoghue transformed a 3rd minute penalty nook to place Glenanne 1-0 up. Shannon Boucher opened his account from open play to make it 2-0 to Glenanne. Ben Palmer acquired Instonians on the scoresheet with a 32nd minute transformed penalty nook. Matthew Mc Twine acquired the homesters on degree phrases within the 32nd minute with a aim from open play. 2-2. Glenanne went again in entrance when Shannon Boucher acquired his second aim of the day this time from a 48th minute penalty nook to make it 3-2. Jason Rogan from open play made it 4-2 to Glenanne within the 55th minute. Neil Byrne made it 5-2 on the hour mark. Joshua Kidd from open play acquired the ultimate aim of the sport for Instonians to go away the ultimate rating Instonians 3 Glenanne 5.

 

UCD 1 THREE ROCK ROVERS 5

UCD acquired off to the very best begin. Adam Luke Galbraith opening the scoring for the College students within the 2nd minute. However that was nearly as good because it acquired for them. Evan Jennings equalised for Three Rock within the 6th minute, and it was nonetheless 1-1 at half time. Three Rock Rovers went into overdrive after the break they scored three objectives in 4 minutes. James Walker made it 2-1 within the 40th minute, Matteo Ramoli scored towards his former membership a minute later for 3-1 and James Walker acquired his second of the sport to make it 4-1 within the 44th minute. A transformed penalty nook for Three Rock Rovers by their captain Harry McMahon sealed a 5-1 win within the 56th minute. UCD had already been relegated per week earlier.

 

EYHL MEN’S DIVISION 2 QUARTER FINALS 

 

CORK HARLEQUINS 5 QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY 4

A nine-goal thriller at Farmer’s Cross was gained by homeside Cork Harlequins in the long run. Andrew Dale gave Harlequins the lead from open play within the 24th minute. Julian Dale’s 30th minute transformed penalty nook elevated their result in 2-0. Queen’s College responded by Stephen Hamill within the 31st minute to get on the scoresheet. Brian Hayes-Curtin restored a two-goal margin for Harlequins with an open play aim within the 35th minute to make the rating 3-1 at half-time. Adam Reddick made it 3-2 scoring a transformed penalty nook for Queen’s within the 42nd minute. John Hobbs transformed a penalty stroke for Harlequins a minute late to go away the rating 4-2. Conor Irwin’s 53rd minute penalty nook for the guests lowered the hole to a single aim 4-3. Adam Younger scored for Harlequins within the 60th minute to make it 5-3 and Adam Reddick acquired his second of the sport for Queen’s changing a 67th minute penalty nook to go away the ultimate rating Cork Harlequins 5 Queen’s College 4.

 

PEMBROKE WANDERERS 4 CORK CHURCH OF IRELAND 2

The second quarter closing befell at Serpentine Avenue in Dublin and Leinster Division 1 A facet Pembroke Wanderers made it by to the semi-finals of the EYHL Males’s Division 2 by beating Munster Males’s Division 1 opponents Cork Church of Eire by 4 -2. Wanderers took the lead by David Lynch in 11th minute. Harry Jackson equalised for the Munster males within the 27th minute to make it 1-1. Ross Breytenbach’s 32nd minute penalty nook restored the lead for Pembroke Wanderers who led 2-1 at half-time. Cian Murphy elevated the lead for Wanderers within the 44th minute to make it 3-1 and Cork Church of Eire had been awarded a penalty stroke within the 46th minute which Cian Dorgan transformed to go away the hole down to at least one at 3-2. Stephen Tutty’s unanswered area aim for Pembroke Wanderers within the 56th minute ensured a two-goal margin in a 4-2 victory.

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