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Hockey Ireland EYHL Women’s Division 1 2022-23

League Table

Hockey Ireland EYHL Women's Division 1 2022-23

PosTeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Catholic Institute8611157819
2Loreto Hockey Club8602167918
3University College Dublin843125101515
4Old Alexandra8341189913
5Pembroke Wanderers83231411311
6Pegasus82421511410
7Monkstown83051521-69
8Railway Union823378-19
9Ards81251420-65
10Belfast Harlequins8017540-351

League Table Calculated Automatically from results. Please visit Hockey Ireland website at Reference: [1] for Official Table.

Results and Fixtures

Match Day Round 1

Match Day Round 2

Match Day Round 1 Rescheduled

Match Day Round 3

Match Day Round 3 Rescheduled

Match Day Round 4

Match Day Round 5

Match Day Round 6

Match Day Round 8 Pre-Scheduled

Match Day Round 7

Match Day Round 8

Results compiled from results and fixtures in References: [1-3] Please visit the Hockey Ireland website at https://hockey.ie/ for Official Results and Fixture list.

Round by Round Reports

Rounds 1-6 (September-October 2022)

Limerick Club Catholic Institute held a slight one-point lead over Loreto Hockey Club from Rathfarnham in Dublin 14; Old Alexandra from Milltown in Dublin 6; and University College Dublin after six rounds of the 2022-23 Hockey Ireland EYHL Women’s Division 1. Belfast club Pegasus were fifth, three points further back on nine; Pembroke Wanderers from Dublin 4 were on seven points; Monkstown from Co. Dublin on six points along with Railway Union from Sandymount, Dublin 4. Ards from Co. Down on five points and Belfast Harlequins with no points propped up the table. [References: 1-3]

Round 7 (12 November 2022)

Catholic Institute continued to set the pace with a 3-2 victory over Ards who lost despite the heroics of two-goal Z Malseed. The win put Limerick club four points ahead although nearest rivals Loreto Hockey Club from Rathfarnham in South Dublin had one game in hand. Loreto themselves had a narrow one-goal win over UCD who remained on 12 points as did Old Alex who lost 2-1 at Sandymount’s Railway Union. Pembroke Wanderers won 2-1 versus Monkstown to move above Pegasus on goal difference with 10 points after Pegasus drew at fellow Belfast club Harlequins. The point was Belfast Harlequins first of the season. [References: 1-5]

Round 8 (19 November 2022)

With Catholic Institute having pre-played their Round 8 game Loreto Hockey Club took the chance to move to within one point of the leaders with a 1-0 victory at Railway Union. UCD moved into third with a massive 9-0 win over Belfast Harlequins who remain four points adrift at the bottom. Old Alex in fourth and Pembroke Wanderers in fifth played out a 2-2 draw in DLR while Monkstown moved up one place above Railway Union into seventh with a 3-0 defeat of Ards who were now four points behind Railway Union in ninth. [References: 1-3; 6]

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About Hockey Ireland

Hockey Ireland is the National Governing Body for Men’s and Women’s Field Hockey throughout the island of Ireland. The Association was formed in 2000 from two pre-existing Association governing Men’s and Ladies Hockey. [References: 4]

About the Hockey Ireland EYHL Women’s Division 1 2022-23

The 2022-23 Hockey Ireland EYHL Women’s Division 1 features 10 teams playing a double round-robin season for 18 games in total. The season runs from 17 September 2022 to 1 April 2023. The top two teams qualify for the Semi-Finals and teams placed three to six for the Quarter-Finals with the Final scheduled for 23 April 2023.

The teams come from three of the four Provinces of Ireland, with Dublin in Leinster Province providing six teams, all from the southside of the city: Pembroke Wanderers from Serpentine Avenue, Dublin 4; Railway Union from Sandymount, Dublin 4; University College Dublin, also Dublin 4; Old Alex from Milltown, Dublin 6; Loreto Hockey Club, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14, and Monkstown from Co. Dublin. Three Ulster Clubs – Pegasus and Belfast Harlequins from Belfast, Co. Antrim and Ards from Co. Down; plus Limerick’s Catholic Institute from Munster Province make up the 10 teams.

REFERENCES

[1] Hockey Ireland (2022) EYHL Table Women’s [Internet] Available from: https://hockey.ie/league/173669/ [Last Accessed 23 November 2022]

[2] Hockey Ireland (2022) EYHL Schedule [Internet] Available from: https://view.officeapps.live.com/op/view.aspx?src=https%3A%2F%2Fhockey.ie%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2022%2F08%2FDiv-1-Schedule-Season-22-23-1-1.xls&wdOrigin=BROWSELINK [Accessed 19 October 2022][Last Accessed 12 November 2022]

[3] Hockey Ireland (2022) EYHL Results [Internet] Available from: https://hockey.ie/competitions-2/results/  [Accessed 23 November 2022]

[4] Hockey Ireland (2022) About Us [Internet] Available from: https://hockey.ie/information/ [Accessed 5 November 2022]

[5] Hockey Ireland (2022) EY Hockey League Round 7 & EY2 Recap [Internet] Available from: https://hockey.ie/ey-hockey-league-round-7-recap/  [Accessed 18 November 2022]

[6] Hockey Ireland (2022) EY Hockey League Round 8 & EY2 Recap [Internet] Available from: https://hockey.ie/ey-hockey-league-round-8-ey-2-recap/ [Accessed 23 November 2022]

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to Margaret Williams (UCD).

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IUCHA Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association Chilean Cup 2022

Final Rankings

Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association Chilean Cup Final Rankings 2022

PosTeamPWDLFAGD
1TUD Ladies3300422
2UCD Ladies2101211
3UCC Ladies3201615
4DCU Ladies310213-2
5TCD Ladies3201963
6UG Ladies310257-2
7UL Ladies300318-7

Rankings Compiled from results and fixtures in References [1-4] For Official Final Rankings please visit the Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association Facebook post in Reference: [4]

League Table 5th-7th Place

Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association Chilean Cup 5-7 Place 2022

PosTeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1TCD Ladies22009276
2UG Ladies210145-13
3UL Ladies200217-60

Results

Rankings Compiled from results and fixtures in References [1-4] For Official Final Rankings please visit the Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association Facebook page.

Report

TUD Ladies (Technological University of Dublin) won the 2022 Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association Chilean Cup for Ladies 3-2 in a Shootout versus UCD Ladies (University College Dublin) after the teams finished 1-1 in the Final. TUD had previously knocked out DCU Ladies (Dublin City University) 1-0 in the Semi-Finals and UG Ladies (University of Galway) 2-1 in the Quarter-Finals. UCD had defeated UCC Ladies (University College Cork) 1-0 in the Semis. The 3rd/4th place playoff was won by UCC Ladies 2-0 over DCU. A mini-group of three teams decided 5th to 7th place with TCD Ladies (Trinity College Dublin) seeing off both UG (6th place) and UL Ladies (7th Place) to finish 5th.

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About the Chilean Cup

The Chilean Cup is the Premier Cup Competition in Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey for Ladies. Seven Universities entered in 2022.

About the Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association

The Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association organises Intervarsity League and Cup competitions for affiliated Universities and Third Level Colleges in Ireland for Ladies and Men’s.

References

[1] Hockey Ireland (2022) EYHL Results [Internet] Available from: https://hockey.ie/competitions-2/results/  [Accessed 19 October 2022]

[2] Hockey Ireland (2022) 2022 Intervarsity Competitions – This Weekend 29th and 30th October [Internet] Available from: https://hockey.ie/competitions-2/eyhl/eyhl-table/#tab-id-2 [Accessed 19 October 2022]

[3] Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association Facebook (2022) Post, November 1 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/IUCHAofficial/posts/pfbid0EeVMggBdhbHA8ZK6xkenarAADtCeTd7qGptDb6C11L3ouFkwU7ZgMbuHGTFPm4Atl [Accessed 5 November 2022]

[4] Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association Facebook (2022) Post, November 1 2022 at 10:08am  [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/IUCHAofficial/posts/pfbid0FHJ18DAnQ7PZmzFeEfEQvMCq79hFhDSjaf9W7zb9eVTDjLnnxDSfmLB4AcQcbg83l [Accessed 5 November 2022]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Margaret Williams (UCD).

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Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association Mauritius Cup 2022

Final Rankings

Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association Mauritius Cup Final Rankings2022

PosTeamPWDLFAGD
1UCD Men2200642
2TUD Men21011248
3TCD Men3201725
4DCU Men3102912-3
5UL Men2101532
6TCD Trojans2002014-14

Results and Fixtures compiled from results and fixtures in References [1-3] For Official Results please visit the Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/IUCHAofficial

Results

Results and Fixtures compiled from results and fixtures in References [1-3] For Official Results please visit the Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/IUCHAofficial

Report

UCD Men (University College Dublin) defeated TUD Men (Technological University of Dublin) 4-3 in the Final of Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association (IUHCA) Mauritius Cup, the Premier Cup Competition in Irish Men’s Universities and Colleges Hockey. UCD had earlier defeated arch-rivals TCD (Trinity College Dublin) 2-1 in the Semi-Finals while TUD had triumphed 9-0 over DCU Men (Dublin City University) in the Semis and 3-0 over UL Men (University of Limerick) in the Quarter-Finals. [References: 1-3]

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About the Mauritius Cup

The Mauritius Cup is the Men’s Intervarsity Cup Competition organised by the Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association. For 2022 there were 6 teams from 5 Universities competing.

About the Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association

The Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association organises Intervarsity League and Cup competitions for affiliated Universities and Third Level Colleges in Ireland for Ladies and Men’s.

References

[1] Hockey Ireland (2022) EYHL Results [Internet] Available from: https://hockey.ie/competitions-2/results/  [Accessed 19 October 2022]

[2] Hockey Ireland (2022) 2022 Intervarsity Competitions – This Weekend 29th and 30th October [Internet] Available from: https://hockey.ie/competitions-2/eyhl/eyhl-table/#tab-id-2 [Accessed 19 October 2022]

[3] Irish Universities and Colleges Hockey Association Facebook (2022) Post, November 1 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/IUCHAofficial/posts/pfbid0EeVMggBdhbHA8ZK6xkenarAADtCeTd7qGptDb6C11L3ouFkwU7ZgMbuHGTFPm4Atl [Accessed 5 November 2022]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Richard Sheehy (Dublin University).

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Hockey Ireland EYHL Men’s Division 1 2022-23

Table

Hockey Ireland EYHL Mens Division 1 2022-23

PosTeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Banbridge76103482619
2Lisnagarvey75202051517
3Glenanne850327131415
4YMCA84222214814
5Three Rock Rovers74032221112
6Annadale83321617-112
7Monkstown82241217-58
8Instonians82061530-156
9Pembroke Wanderers81161029-194
10Cookstown7016529-241

Table calculated automatically from results. For Official Table please visit Hockey Ireland website at: https://hockey.ie/competitions-2/eyhl/eyhl-table/ [Last Accessed 19 October 2022]

Results & Fixtures

Match Day Round 1

Match Day Round 2

Match Day Round 3

Match Day Round 4

Match Day Round 5

Match Day Round 6

Match Day Round 1 Rescheduled

Match Day Round 7

Match Day Round 8

For Official Results please visit Hockey Ireland website at: https://hockey.ie/competitions-2/results/ [Last Accessed 19 October 2022]

Round by Round Reports

Rounds 1-5

After five rounds of the 2022-23 Hockey Ireland EYHL Men’s Division 1, Ulster teams Banbridge and Lisnagarvey were out on top on 10 points with a game each in hand, and the only undefeated teams through five rounds. Co. South Dublin’s Glennane and Three Rock Rovers were next on nine points each from five games after both teams won three and lost two. YMCA of Dublin City followed on eight points and then Monkstown of Co. DLR and Annadale of Belfast who were on seven points. Belfast’s Instonians were trailing on three points and in last place were Pembroke Wanderers from DLR and Cookstown from Mid-Ulster who were both on one point. [References: 1-3]

Round 6 (22 October 2022)

Ulster teams Banbridge and Lisnagarvey continued to set the pace at the top of the 2022-23 Hockey Ireland Men’s EYHL with wins over nearest challengers from Dublin Three Rock Rovers (5-2) and Glenanne (2-1) respectively. Dublin’s YMCA moved into third on 11 points, two behind the leaders, with a 4-0 victory at Mid-Ulster’s Cookstown. Meanwhile at the foot of the table Instonians from Belfast had a important 5-1 win over Dublin’s Pembroke Wanderers, which put Instonians five points clear of Pembroke on six points. Monkstown and Annadale shared the points in a 3-3 draw in a mid-table battle. [References: 1-3]

Round 1 Rescheduled (10 November 2022)

Pembroke Wanderers gained their first win of the campaign with a 2-0 victory at Monkstown in a game rescheduled from Round 1 [References: 1-3]

Round 7 (12 November 2022)

A Empey scored a hat-trick for Three Rock Rovers in a 6-2 victory over Monkstown to move them into fourth on 12 points, level on points with Tallaght team Glenanne who defeated Pembroke Wanderers 3-0 at Serpentine Avenue in Sandymount. Annadale stayed a point behind the two South Dublin teams on 11 points as they defeated Ulster rivals Cookstown 4-0 scoring a goal in each quarter in a steady display. Meanwhile the top two remained undefeated as Ulster’s Lisnagarvey and Banbridge continued to set the pace. Lisnagarvey won 2-0 in Belfast versus YMCA who drop to fifth and in first place on goal difference with both teams on 16 points were Banbridge after a 6-0 demolition of INstonians with six different players getting on the scoresheet. [References: 1-3; 5]

Round 8 (19 November 2022)

A hat-trick for S O’Donoghue was among the nine goals for Glenanne as the T&allaght side defeated Instonians 9-1 to close the gap with Round 7 leaders Lisnagarvey to two points after Lisnagarvey were held to a 0-0 by mid-table Annadale in Belfast. Banbridge took over sole possession of first place with a 2-1 victory at mid-table Monkstown as the Co. Down team improved to 19 points from 7 games. In the only other game played YMCA put six past Pembroke Wanderers in South Dublin to move to fourth place on 14 points as Three Rock Rovers game at Cookstown was postponed due to a frozen pitch. [References: 1-3; 6]

About the 2022-23 Hockey Ireland EYHL Men’s Division 1

The 2022-23 Hockey Ireland EY Irish Hockey League Men’s Division 1 featuring Banbridge (Co. Down), Lisnagarvey, Annadale, Instonians (all Belfast) and Cookstown (Mid-Ulster / Co. Tyrone) from Ulster and Leinster teams Glenanne, Three Rock Rovers (both Co. South Dublin), YMCA (Dublin City), Pembroke Wanderers & Monkstown (both Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown Co.).

Photo of Ballymena Showgrounds Football & Hockey Stadium, Co. Antrim

Featured Image: Ballymena Showgrounds Co Antrim Northern Ireland 04/04/20 Item ID: 1730507131 Photographic Contributor: Ballygally View Images [Internet] Available from: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/ballymena-showgrounds-co-antrim-northern-ireland-1730507131 [Accessed 17 March 2022][Edited by Enda Mulcahy for eirball.hockey]

References

[1] Hockey Ireland (2022) EYHL Table [Internet] Available from: https://hockey.ie/competitions-2/eyhl/eyhl-table/ [Last Accessed 23 November 2022]

[2] Hockey Ireland (2022) EYHL Schedule [Internet] Available from: https://view.officeapps.live.com/op/view.aspx?src=https%3A%2F%2Fhockey.ie%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2022%2F08%2FDiv-1-Schedule-Season-22-23-1-1.xls&wdOrigin=BROWSELINK [Accessed 28 October 2022]

[3] Hockey Ireland (2022) EYHL Results [Internet] Available from: https://hockey.ie/competitions-2/results/  [Last Accessed 23 November 2022]

[5] Hockey Ireland (2022) EY Hockey League Round 7 & EY2 Recap [Internet] Available from: https://hockey.ie/ey-hockey-league-round-7-recap/  [Accessed 18 November 2022]

[6] Hockey Ireland (2022) EY Hockey League Round 8 & EY2 Recap [Internet] Available from: https://hockey.ie/ey-hockey-league-round-8-ey-2-recap/ [Accessed 23 November 2022]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Richard Conville (Three Rock Rovers), Kevin Smyth (Corinthian)

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International Ice Hockey Friendlies (Irish Clubs) 1986-87

Schedule

Schedule compiled from results in Stewart Roberts’ Ice Hockey Annual 1987-88. Please purchase a copy to view the original. [References: 2]

Report

The Royal College of Surgeons travelled from Dublin, Ireland to Bristol, England to play the BIHA Heineken League Division 2 Midlands team Bristol Phantoms in an Ice Hockey Friendly match on 6 February 1987, with the game finishing an 11-11 tie [References: 2]. Bristol Phantoms finished third behind Welsh teams Cardiff Devils and Deeside Dragons in Division 2 Midlands in 1986-87 in the Cardiff Devils debut season [References: 3]

REFERENCES

IMAGES

[1] Wikipedia (2017) Irish Ice Hockey Association Logo[Internet] Available from: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/1/1d/IRLhockey.jpg/150px-IRLhockey.jpg [Accessed 6 March 2017]

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[2] Roberts, Stewart (Ed.) (1987) “Overseas Visitors to Britain” The Ice Hockey Annual 1986-87. pg. 152. Crowood Press, Ramsbury, Marlborough, Wiltshire, Great Britain.

[3] Roberts, Stewart (Ed.) (1987) “Division 2” The Ice Hockey Annual 1986-87. pg. 106-110. Crowood Press, Ramsbury, Marlborough, Wiltshire, Great Britain.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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IIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association Morrow Group All-Ireland Challenge 1995-96

IIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association Logo [References: 1]

Schedule

Match Day Morrow Group All-Ireland Challenge

Schedule compiled from results in Stewart Roberts’ Ice Hockey Annual 1996-97. Please purchase a copy to view the original. [References: 2]

Report

The former Ayr Bruins and Streatham Redskins British League Netminder Jim Graves coached Castlereagh Flames to a 20-2 victory in the Morrow Group All-Ireland Challenge versus Dublin Flyers on 6 January 1996. The game was billed as the first game of its kind in Ireland. [References: 2]

REFERENCES

IMAGES

[1] Wikipedia (2017) Irish Ice Hockey Association Logo[Internet] Available from: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/1/1d/IRLhockey.jpg/150px-IRLhockey.jpg [Accessed 6 March 2017]

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[2] Roberts, Stewart (Ed.) (1997) “Other Competitions: Morrow Group All-Ireland Challenge” The Ice Hockey Annual 1996-97. pg. 145. Stewart Roberts, Brighton, Great Britain.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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CHL Champions Hockey League 2022-23

Group Stage Standings

CHL Champions Hockey League Group A 2022

PosTeamWLTPTS
1Aalborg Pirates (Den)0000
1Jukurit Mikkeli (Fin)0000
1Luleå Hockey (Swe)0000
1Sparta Prague (Cze)0000

CHL Champions Hockey League Group B 2022

PosTeamWLTPTS
1EV Zug (Swi)0000
1Grizzlys Wolfsburg (Ger)0000
1Olimpija Ljubljana (Slo)0000
1TPS Turku (Fin)0000

CHL Champions Hockey League Group C 2022

PosTeamWLTPTS
1Rapperswil-Jona Lakers (Swi)0000
1Red Bull Munich (Ger)0000
1Slovan Bratislava (Svk)0000
1Tappara Tampere (Fin)0000

CHL Champions Hockey League Group D 2022

PosTeamWLTPTS
1Fehérvár AV19 (Hun)0000
1GKS Katowice (Pol)0000
1Rögle Ängleholm (Swe)0000
1ZSC Lions Zurich (Swi)0000

CHL Champions Hockey League Group E 2022

PosTeamWLTPTS
1Fribourg-Gottéron (Swi)0000
1Ilves Tampere (Fin)0000
1Red Bull Salzburg (Aut)0000
1Stavanger Oilers (Nor)0000

CHL Champions Hockey League Group F 2022

PosTeamWLTPTS
1Comarch Cracovia (Pol)0000
1Färjestad Karlstad (Swe)0000
1Straubing Spiders (Ger)0000
1Villach SV (Aut)0000

CHL Champions Hockey League Group G 2022

PosTeamWLTPTS
1Eisbaren Berlin (Ger)0000
1Frölunda Gothenburg (Swe)0000
1Grenoble (Fra)0000
1Mountfield HK (Cze)0000

CHL Champions Hockey League Group H 2022

PosTeamWLTPTS
1Belfast Giants (NIR)0000
1HC Davos (Swi)0000
1Oceláři Třinec (Cze)0000
1Skellefteå AIK (Swe)0000

Note: Standings Calculated automatically from results. Please visit the Champions Hockey League website for Official Standings at: [References: 1]

Belfast Giants Report

Belfast Giants were drawn in Group H of the 2022-23 Champions Hockey League, playing HC Davos of Switzerland, hosts of the prestigious Spengler Cup International Ice Hockey Tournament; Oceláři Třinec of Czech Republic and Skellefteå AIK from Northern Sweden. [References: 1]

About the Champions Hockey League 2022-23

The Champions Hockey League is the highest level International Club Competition in European Ice Hockey. Featuring 32 teams from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Germany, France, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary and in 2022-23 Belfast Giants from Northern Ireland representing the Elite Ice Hockey League.

References

[1] CHL (2022) CHL Schedule [Internet] Available from: https://www.championshockeyleague.com/en/schedule?dm_i=4WL6,OSP8,4VC9CT,31DYC,1#select_schedule=0 [Accessed 3 June 2022]

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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Shinty Matches in Ireland 18th Century

Scoreboard

Note: Actual Date in 1779 unknown. References: [S-2]

Report

Even by the 18th Century the differences between Hurley/Hurling, also known as Summer or Leinster Hurling or Iomáiníocht in Irish, and Camán or Camánaíocht in Irish, which was played across the Northern Half of the Island of Ireland, and Shinty or Camanachd in Scottish Gaelic, which was played primarily in the Scottish Highlands, was discernible from the reports. [References: S-1 to S-2]

A game of ‘Shiney’ was played in 1779 between the local Cork Racket Court Club and the 81st Regiment. It was described as the ‘Caledonian Game’ and must be the earliest reference to a game of Shinty in Ireland. [References: S-2]

REFERENCES

[S-2] Paul Rouse (2015) “The Spread of Sporting Clubs: Hurling” Sport & Ireland: A History. pp. 81. Oxford University Press. 2015.

[S-1] Seamus J King (1996, 1998) “A Popular Game in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries” A History of Hurling. pp. 10-24. Gill and Macmillan. Dublin, 1996, 1998.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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Camanachd Association Shinty Mowi Premiership 2022

Camanachd Association Logo [References: L-1]

Table

CA Camanachd Association Shinty Mowi Premiership 2022

PosTeamWDLPTS
13009
22107
32016
42016
51003
61033
70212
80101
90020
100030

Results and Fixtures

Monthly Recaps

March 2022

Kingussie were already out in front of the 2022 Camanachd Association Shinty Mowi Premiership with victories over Caberfeidh (7-0), Kilmallie (2-1), and Kyles Athletic (2-0) leaving them on 6 points, one ahead of Newtonmore who had wins against Kinlochshiel (3-1) and Glasgow Mid Argyll (2-0) but were held to a 2-2 draw by Kyles Athletic.

Kinlochshiel were in third on four points following wins over Caberfeidh (2-0) and Oban Camanachd (2-0). That loss for Oban Camanachd was their first of the season following a win Glasgow Mid Argyll (3-0) and the loss was followed up with a big win versus Caberfeidh (5-1). Caberfeidh themselves had a win over Glasgow Mid Argyll (3-2) amid the big losses, and Kyles Athletic were also on two points after adding a draw with Fort William (2-2) following their earlier draw with Newtonmore as were Lovat who defeated Kilmallie 3-0 in their only league match in March. Both Glasgow Mid Argyll and Kilmallie had yet to secure a point. [References: S-1 to S-11]

About Shinty Premiership 2022

The 2022 Camanachd Association Shinty Mowi Premiership features the top 10 Shinty Clubs in Scotland (Alba in Gaelic), which were determined from the top teams in the Senior A to Senior C Regional Leagues imposed in 2021 due to Covid-19 Restrictions. These teams were Kinlochshiel, Kilmallie and Fort William (Senior A – Central); Caberfeidh, Kingussie, Lovat and Newtonmore (Senior B – North); Kyles Athletic, Oban Camanachd and Glasgow Mid Argyll (Senior C – South)

ABOUT SHINTY

Shinty is Gaelic Scotland’s traditional version of Hurling. It is one of the forgotten Gaelic, Celtic or Atlantic Games like Basque Pelota and Welsh Baseball, played mostly in Gaelic parts of Scotland like the Highlands and Islands.

The game is very similar to Hurling, with a curved stick used to hit a ball through a goal, except there is no point-over-the-bar and less play in the air. The game is 12-a-side as opposed to Hurling’s 15-a-side. It is also known as Camanachd in Scottish Gaelic.

References

Results, Fixtures and Table References

[S-1] Shinty.com (2022) Mowi Premiership 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/mowi-premiership-2022/ [Accessed 14 May 2022]

[S-2] Shinty.com (2022) Caberfeidh [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/caberfeidh/ [Accessed 14 May 2022]

[S-3] Shinty.com (2022) Fort William [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/fort-william/ [Accessed 14 May 2022]

[S-4] Shinty.com (2022) Glasgow Mid Argyll [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/glasgow-mid-argyll/ [Accessed 14 May 2022]

[S-5] Shinty.com (2022) Kilmallie [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/kilmallie/ [Accessed 14 May 2022]

[S-6] Shinty.com (2022) Kingussie [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/kingussie/  [Accessed 14 May 2022]

[S-7] Shinty.com (2022) Kinlochshiel [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/kinlochshiel/ [Accessed 14 May 2022]

[S-8] Shinty.com (2022) Kyles Athletic [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/kyles-athletic/ [Accessed 14 May 2022]

[S-9] Shinty.com (2022) Lovat [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/lovat/ [Accessed 14 May 2022]

[S-10] Shinty.com (2022) Newtonmore [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/newtonmore/ [Accessed 14 May 2022]

[S-11] Shinty.com (2022) Oban Camanachd [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/oban-camanachd/ [Accessed 14 May 2022]

LOGOS

[L-1] Camanachd Association (2017) Camanachd Association Logo [Internet] https://www.shinty.com/uploads/news-images/_w800fit/camanach-logo-wide.jpg [Accessed 9 March 2018]

[L-2] Shinty.com (2017) Shinty.com Logo [Internet] http://www.shinty.com/images/logo.gif [Accessed 20 March 2017]

Club LOGO REFERENCES

[C-4] Shinty.com (2019) Aberdour-1 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Aberdour-1.jpg  [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[C-5] Shinty.com (2019) Glasgow-Mid-Argyll-1-300×280 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Glasgow-Mid-Argyll-1-300×280.jpg [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[C-6] Shinty.com (2021) Kyles-Athletic-1-285×300 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Kyles-Athletic-1-285×300.jpg [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[C-7] Shinty.com (2019) Inveraray-1 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Inveraray-1.jpg [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[C-8] Shinty.com (2019) Oban-Camanachd-1 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Oban-Camanachd-1.jpg [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[C-9] Shinty.com (2019) Oban-Celtic-1 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Oban-Celtic-1.jpg [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[C-10] Shinty.com (2019) Fort-William [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Fort-William.png [Accessed 17 July 2021]

[C-11] Shinty.com (2019) Kilmallie-1-300×300 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Kilmallie-1-300×300.jpg  [Accessed 17 July 2021]

[C-12] Shinty.com (2019) kinlochshiel [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Kinlochshiel.png [Accessed 17 July 2021]

[C-13] Shinty.com (2019) Skye-1 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Skye-1.jpg [Accessed 17 July 2021]

[C-14] Shinty.com (2019) Lochaber-1 [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20210717071927im_/https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Lochaber-1.jpg  [Accessed 17 July 2021]

[C-15] Shinty.com (2019) Glenurquhart-1-300×300 [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20210717071927im_/https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Glenurquhart-1-300×300.jpg  [Accessed 17 July 2021]

[C-16] Shinty.com (2019) Beauly-1-194×300 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Beauly-1-194×300.jpg [Accessed 17 July 2021]

[C-17] Shinty.com (2019) Caberfeidh-271×300 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Caberfeidh-271×300.gif [Accessed 17 July 2021]

[C-18] Shinty.com (2019) Kingussie-Shinty-Club-300×267 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Kingussie-Shinty-Club-300×267.jpg [Accessed 17 July 2021]

[C-19] Shinty.com (2019) Lovat-1 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Lovat-1.jpg [Accessed 17 July 2021]

[C-20] Shinty.com (2019) Newtonmore [Internet] Available from:  https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Newtonmore.jpg [Accessed 17 July 2021]

[C-21] Shinty.com (2019) Strathglass-288×300 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Strathglass-288×300.jpg [Accessed 17 July 2021]

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to Emerson Callender

ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT

Researched, Compiled and Written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American & World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 14 May 2022

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2022

You may quote this document in part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the authors. All Rights Reserved. The Logos and Photos used in this article remain the property of the organisations and individuals which own the copyright and are used here for educational and information purposes only.

Irish Hockey Association Mens Interprovincials 2011-12

Featured Image: Ballymena Showgrounds Co Antrim Northern Ireland 04/04/20 Item ID: 1730507131 Photographic Contributor: Ballygally View Images [Internet] Available from: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/ballymena-showgrounds-co-antrim-northern-ireland-1730507131 [Accessed 17 March 2022][Edited by Enda Mulcahy for eirball.hockey]

Final Table

Irish Hockey Association Mens Interprovincials 2011-12

PosTeamWDLPTS
11104
21104
30020

Table Calculated Automatically from Results in Irish Hockey association Website. Please visit the IHA links for Official Table in References: [1]

Results

References: [1] Logo References: [2-4]

Recap

Ulster won the Mens Interprovincials on Goal Difference from Leinster which they hosted in May 2012, defeating Munster 7-2 in the second match of the competition and drawing 3-3 in the final match with Leinster to win the title and Leinster Regiment Cup. Timmy Cockram scored four goals in total for Ulster, earning him the Top Scorer of the Competition. [Please click on individual matches in the results list to see scorers for each match]. [References: 1]

Ballymena Showgrounds Hockey Stadium, Co. Antrim, Ulster, Ireland

Ballymena Showgrounds Co Antrim Northern Ireland 04/04/20 Item ID: 1730507131 Photographic Contributor: Ballygally View Images [Internet] Available from: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/ballymena-showgrounds-co-antrim-northern-ireland-1730507131 [Accessed 17 March 2022][Edited by Enda Mulcahy for eirball.hockey]

References

[1] Hockey Ireland / Wayback Machine (2012) Competitions – Mens Interprovincials [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20120423101520/http://hockey.ie:80/competitions/inter_men.cfm [Accessed 19 January 2019]

Logo references

[2] Leinster Hockey Facebook Page (2018) Leinster Hockey Logo [Internet] Available from: https://scontent-dub4-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-1/c66.65.816.816/s200x200/311049_176104735800244_830978520_n.jpg?_nc_cat=0&oh=3ff8042d70c8faea6e7012fd10941926&oe=5C31F181 [Accessed 18 September 2018]

[3] Munster Hockey (2020) logo [Internet] Available from: https://munsterhockey.ie/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/logo.png [Accessed 18 September 2018]

[4] Ulster Hockey (2021) Logo-white-200×80 [Internet] Available from: https://ulsterhockey.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Logo-white-200×80.png  [Accessed 17 March 2022][Edited by Enda Mulcahy for eirball.hockey]

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to Richard Conville, Kevin Smyth & Richard Sheehy.

ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 17 March 2022

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2019-2022

You may copy this document in part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the authors. All Rights Reserved. The Logos and Photos used in this article remain the property of the organisations and individuals which own the copyright and are used here for educational and information purposes only.