Ireland came back into the series with an emphatic victory over Wales in the second game of the three game series.

Ben Walker had two chances in the first three minutes of the opening quarter of the second game in the Ireland -Wales series at Comber Road. Ireland took the lead a few minutes later. Luke Madeley’s free was shot to the net by Johnny McKee in the 8th minute. 1-0 to Ireland. Wales had a succession of short corners in the final minute of the first quarter. Jamie Carr made a point blank save from the first one. The next one hit an Irish foot producing a third. This one deflected off an Irish stick forcing Carr to palm it over the bar at the expense of a long corner. Having withstood all the Welsh pressure it remained 1-0 to Ireland at the end of the quarter.

A succession of penalty corners for Ireland in the second quarter from the 23rd minute on resulted in a penalty stroke being awarded and Lee Cole made no mistake 2-0 to Ireland. Wales had a number of circle entries between then and the rest of the quarter, without creating any clear cut opportunities. It was 2-0 at the half time break.

In the third quarter it was honours even early on. Ireland were awarded a penalty corner in the 35thminute which was saved by Wales goalkeeper Reynolds-Cotterill at point blank range. Wales forced two penalty corners in succession which produced a shot wide of the post from Jacob Draper. But their pressure finally paid off on 39 minutes when Fred Newbold shot to the net following a succession of penalty corners to get Wales on the scoreboard. 2-1. Ireland increased their lead in the final minute from a penalty corner won by captain Sean Murray. Conor Harte converted the 44thminutepenalty corner into the net to leave Ireland leading 3-1 going into the final quarter.

Ireland forced two penalty corners in a row in the 49thminute. The second of which was dispatched to the back of the net by Luke Madeley for his second goal of the game to leave Ireland 4-1 up.

Wales were awarded a penalty corner a minute later when captain Sean Murray was green carded. A second penalty corner followed for the visitors but it resulted in a shot wide of goal. Ireland put the result completely beyond doubt in the 54thminute when Lee Cole Harte converted a penalty corner to make the score 5-1.

Goalkeeper David Harte made a welcome return to International hockey , after an absence of four years late in the fourth quarter and almost his first task was picking the ball out of the net as Owain Dolan Gray got a last minute consolation goal for Wales .

Speaking after the game Ireland coach Mark Tumilty said ,“The most pleasing thing about today’s game was the performance. We adjusted our press from the previous game. I was pleased with our attacking play. We were much better from corners. We have options. I am happy with where we are with penalty corners. I am pleased to get the win. It’s important to get the winning mentality ahead of the European Championships later this month. There is more in this group and we have to go again tomorrow for the final game in the series”.


IRELAND: Jamie Carr, Luke Madeley, Peter McKibben, Lee Cole, Charlie Rowe, Jonathan Lynch, Jeremy Duncan, Jonathan Lynch, Nick Page, Sean Murray (Capt.), Conor Empey, Ben Walker. SUBS: David Harte (GK), Conor Harte, Sam Hyland, Kevin O’Dea, Johnny McKee, Ben Johnson

WALES: Toby Reynolds-Cotterill, Daniel Kyriakides, Jacob Draper, Rupert Shipperley (Capt.), Rhodri Furlong, Stephen Kelly, Jolyon Morgan, Jack Pritchard, Hywel Jones, Gareth Griffiths, Fred Newbold. SUBS: Dewi Roblin (GK), Alf Dinnie, Rhys Bradshaw, Michael Wood, Owain Dolan -Gray, Benjamin Francis, Luke Hawker



Coach Mark Tumilty began the final preparations in earnest for European Championships II in July with the first game of a three-game series against Wales at Comber Road last night.

Ireland are taking on Wales at the home of  Lisnagarvey in a series spread over four days, ending on Sunday, which will resemble the sort of demands which will be placed on the players when they host the European Hockey Championships II in the Sports Ireland Campus, Abbotstown in late July. The target from those Championships is to secure promotion back to the top tier of European Championships and ultimately to reach the next Olympics in Paris 2024.

The first game didn’t go to plan as two goals from Welsh player Jack Pritchard, one in the second quarter and the other three minutes from time, were enough to give Wales a first win in the series by 2-0.

Ireland lost goalkeeper James Milliken at the end of quarter one with Jamie Carr going into goal at the start of the second quarter.

One consolation was that these goals came from open play and not from penalty corners.  A largely even first quarter ended scoreless with Jack Pritchard grabbing his first goal from open play, coming in the 23rd minute. Wales led 1-0 at the break.

Ireland tried to get back into the match in the third quarter but were unable to put the ball into the net. Their cause was not helped by being reduced to 10 players on 51 minutes when John McKee was green carded and then 9 players when captain Sean Murray was also made to sit out on a green card a minute later.

However, there was no further scoring during Ireland’s period of being shorthanded. As the game was nearing its end in the fourth quarter, Jack Pritchard got his second of the match on 57 minutes to secure a first win for Wales in the series. Both sides will resume the series on Saturday at 3 p.m. following a rest day on Friday. The series will conclude on Sunday at 1 p.m.


IRELAND:  James Milliken, Conor Harte, Shane O’Donoghue, Mark Samuel, Peter McKibben, Michael Robson, Sean Murray (C), Charlie Rowe, Alistair Empey, Johnny McKee, Jeremy Duncan

SUBS:  Mark McNellis, Rory Patterson, Johnny Lynch, Kevin O’Dea, Louis Rowe, Ben Walker, Jamie Carr (GK)

WALES: Toby Reynolds-Cotterill, Daniel Kyriakides, Jacob Draper, Rhodri Furlong, Stephen Kelly, Owain Dolan-Gray, Jolyon Morgan, Hywel Jones, Benjamin Francis, Luke Hawker(C), Gareth Griffiths

SUBS: Rupert Shipperley, Owen Sutton, Jonathan Fleck, Jack Pritchard, Fred Newbold, Rhys Bradshaw.


Dublin, June 22: Ireland Men’s Hockey Head Coach, Mark Tumilty has chosen his squad for the forthcoming three game series with Wales from June 29th – July 2nd at Comber Road in Hillsborough, home of Lisnagarvey Hockey Club. Ireland who are currently ranked 13th in the FIH World Rankings will take on 15th ranked Wales in the 3-game series over 4 days.

The games against Wales will push back at 19.45 on Thursday June 29th, 15:00 on Saturday July 1st and then 13:00 on Sunday July 2nd 2023. The Ireland Men’s team will follow this with a three-game series against Austria from July 13th-15th at Sports Campus Ireland,  Abbotstown in Dublin,  in preparation for the Euro Hockey Championship II, Men tournament July 23-29 at Sport Ireland Campus.

Speaking after the announcement of the squad, head coach Mark Tumilty said:

“We’ve had a busy summer already with games against FIH Pro League Nations Spain, Argentina and Australia. I am happy with where the squad is, at this point in time. Wales and Austria are the ideal opponents in the coming weeks to help the squad prepare for EuroHockey Championship II. We will work hard on developing our attacking playing against Wales and Austria with the focus on winning these games to build confidence going into the July tournament. I know the squad are very excited about the opportunity to play games in Ireland and we hope the Irish Hockey community can get behind the team over the coming weeks as we aim to gain a spot in the Olympic Qualifier”

Thursday 29th June Saturday 1st July Sunday 2nd July
Jaime Carr David Harte David Harte
James Milliken Jaime Carr Jaime Carr
Mark McNellis Luke Witherow Luke Witherow
Mark Samuel Peter McKibben Peter McKibben
Peter McKibben Kyle Marshall Kyle Marshall
Conor Harte Luke Madeley Luke Madeley
Shane O’Donoghue Lee Cole Lee Cole
Rory Patterson Conor Harte Shane O’Donoghue
Michael Robson Charlie Rowe Michael Robson
Sean Murray Sean Murray Sean Murray
Kevin O’Dea Sam Hyland Sam Hyland
Jonny Lynch Kevin O’Dea Nick Page
Charlie Rowe Nick Page Jonny Lynch
Jeremy Duncan Jeremy Duncan Jeremy Duncan
Louis Rowe Johnny McKee Johnny McKee
Ben Walker Ben Walker Ben Walker
Ali Empey Ben Johnson Ben Johnson
Johnny McKee Conor Empey Conor Empey

Ireland Women Soccer players attend game 2 to lend their support ahead of World Cup



IRELAND – 2  USA  – 1


On the final day of the Ireland- USA series, USA began quickly and forced the pace early on, but Ireland took the lead soon after that through Katie Mullan. Ireland had a penalty corner that didn’t produce a goal but the rest of the first quarter was fairly even with Ireland leading 1-0 at the break.

The second quarter saw the USA come into the game a bit more so it was no surprise when they equalised in the 26th minute the effort gave Liz Murphy no chance.

Kate Mullan fired over the bar two minutes later and it was1-1 at half time.

In the third quarter Ireland Captain Katie Mullan cut into the Circle from the inside left channel and her shot was wide of the far post. USA exerted some pressure but the defence marshalled by Tice stood firm. USA intercepted a sideline hit and Roisín Upton intervened to prevent a shot on goal, but there was no further goals in that quarter.

At the start of the fourth quarter Deirdre Duke’s shot was well saved by the USA goalkeeper. At the other end Ireland goalkeeper Holly Micklem’s kick save prevented another effort from the USA from adding to the scoresheet.

A penalty corner for Ireland in the 54th minute was rifled to the backboard by Roisín Upton to give Ireland a 2-1 lead. Ireland continued to attack in pursuit of another goal with the Americans always dangerous on the counter attack. Ireland had a number of circle entries late on in the quarter but were unable to convert these half chances into goals. Ireland then had to withstand some USA pressure but held out for a 2-1 win.

So the two match series finished honours even with the USA getting the bragging rights in the games against our Development squad on Saturday. Both coaches should be pleased with the workouts each received from their opposition in preparation for their respective challenges this summer.

For Ireland there are the European Championships in Moenchengladbach, Germany this August. Next week USA are in FIH Pro League action in London against Great Britain and the Dutch respectively.



Goalkeepers: Elizabeth Murphy (1st half), Holly Micklem (2nd Half)

Defenders: Ellen Curran, Sarah McAuley, Hannah McLoughlin, Caitlin Sherin, Lisa McCarthy, Caoimhe Purdue,  Elena Tice, Roisin Upton(VC)  ;

Midfielders: Charlotte Beggs, Michelle Carey, Christina Hamill, Sarah Hawkshaw, Katie McKee, Sarah Torrans

Forwards: Niamh Carey, Naomi Carroll, Deirdre Duke, Katie Mullan (C), Síofra O’Brien, Yasmin Pratt



GK : Kelsey Bing, Jenny Rizzo

Defenders: Fusine Govaert, Ally Hammel, Ashley Hoffman (c), Kelly Lepage, Cassie Sumfest, Jillian Wolgemuth,  Elizabeth Yeager,

Midfielders: Sanne Carls, Leah Crouse, Brook De Verdine (VC), Emma De Verdine, Amanda Golini (c), Karlie Kisha, Meredith Sholder, Maggie Zimmer

Forwards: Danielle Grega, Megan Rodgers, Hope Rose, Ashley Sessa, ,Abigail Tamer


IRELAND  – 2     USA  – 3

In the first senior game of the series with the United States, the Ireland senior team, who are preparing for their European Championship finals later this summer in Germany took on the United States. The United States themselves are preparing for the FIH Pro League season which will be commencing shortly and they face a round robin series of games in London shortly with Great Britain and the Netherlands among their opponents.

The USA and Ireland exchanged scores in the first half. Katie Mullan got Ireland on the scoresheet  to give Ireland a 1-0 lead.  As the visitors were not wearing numbers, or names  on their shirts it was impossible to identify the scorer, but  left the score 1-1 at the end of the first quarter.

The USA got two further goals either side of half-time scoring three times in all, to go 3-1 ahead. Ireland got another goal through Síofra O’Brien but ended up on the wrong end of 2-3 scoreline. Overall the US were more clinical in terms of capitalising on their chances which ultimately led them to victory.



Goalkeepers: Holly Micklem, Elizabeth Murphy

Defenders: Ellen Curran, Sarah McAuley, Hannah McLoughli, Caitlin Sherin, Lisa McCarthy, Caoimhe Purdue, Elena Tice, Roisin Upton(VC)

Midfielders: Charlotte Beggs, Michelle Carey, Christina Hamill, Sarah Hawkshaw, Katie McKee, Sarah Torrans

Forwards: Niamh Carey, Naomi Carroll, Deirdre Duke, Katie Mullan (C), Síofra O’Brien, Yasmin Pratt



Goalkeepers: Kelsey Bing, Jenny Rizzo

Defenders: Fusine Govaert, Ally Hammel, Ashley Hoffman (c), Kelly Lepage, Cassie Sumfest, Jillian Wolgemuth,  Elizabeth Yeager

Midfielders: Sanne Carls, Leah Crouse, Brook De Verdine (VC), Emma De Verdine, Amanda Golini (c), Karlie Kisha, Meredith Sholder, Maggie Zimmer

Forwards: Danielle Grega, Megan Rodgers, Hope Rose, Ashley Sessa, Abigail Tamer

USA women’s national team took on an Irish Under 21 development squad in a six game 10 minutes per match mini series of matches on Saturday at the National Stadium in Belfield.

The first game was a tightly fought 0-0 draw. The second was a similarly close affair which also ended scoreless.

Ireland had been awarded two penalty corners in the first few games, neither of which they converted.

In Game 3 the USA took an early lead following a penalty corner. And this game ended in a 1-0 win for the visitors.

With a few changes in personnel from the first few matches younger more inexperienced players were given a chance to perform. The USA clicked into over drive in the remaining games of the day.

Game 4 was also won by the visitors with a goal from open play. Another 1-0 victory which meant the USA were 2-0 ahead in the series going into the final two games.

In Game 5, two goals from open play were enough to secure a series win for the Americans. The game finished 2-0 and meant with three wins the US could not be caught,

And in game 6, the final game, saw Ireland create their best goal chance from open play early which unfortunately did not go in. Ireland managed to force a penalty corner near the end of game 6.  The goalkeeper saved the penalty corner and the umpire awarded a free hit to the USA.


IRELAND UNDER 21  DEVELOPMENT WNT: Goalkeepers:Aoife Glennon, Holly Micklem

Defenders: Lucy Craig, Lucy Crowe, Ellen Curran (c) Erin Getty, Lucy Mackay, Katie-Jane Marshall, Emma Paul, Ellen Reid

Midfielders: Christina Hamill, Emily Kealy, Sarah Kirgin, Caoimhe Perdue, Lisa McCarthy, Lisa Mulcahy

Forwards: Rachel Kelly, Lily Lloyd, Síofra O’Brien, Yasmin Pratt, Sarah Torrans


USA WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM SQUAD : Goalkeepers: Kelsey Bing, Jenny Rizzo

Defenders: Fusine Govaert, Ally Hammel, Ashley Hoffman (c), Kelly Lepage, Cassie Sumfest, Jillian Wolgemuth, Elizabeth Yeager

Midfielders: Sanne Carls, Leah Crouse, Brook De Verdine (VC), Emma De Verdine, Amanda Golini (c), Karlie Kisha, Meredith Sholder, Maggie Zimmer

Forwards: Danielle Grega,  Megan Rodgers, Hope Rose, Ashley Sessa, Abigail Tamer









The Irish Senior Women take on the USA Senior Women on Monday at 17.30 and Tuesday at 14.30. Don’t forget to get your tickets.






EY Ireland and Hockey Ireland Announce Three Year Sponsorship of National Hockey Teams at Underage and Senior Levels

Three year partnership builds on existing sponsorship of EY Hockey League


Dublin, 7 June 2023: EY Ireland and Hockey Ireland announce today that they have agreed a new three-year partnership that will see EY Ireland become an official sponsor of the Hockey Ireland male and female National Teams at underage level, including U16s, U18s and U21s, and Senior level for the next three years.

This agreement builds on the existing strong partnership between EY and Hockey Ireland, which sees EY Ireland currently sponsor the male and female Division 1 and Division 2 Irish Hockey Leagues. This new deal will make EY the only consolidated sponsor across underage categories and senior teams in the international hockey squads.

Frank O’Keeffe, Managing Partner, EY Ireland commented: “The EY Hockey League continues to be a source of great pride for all of us at EY Ireland and today we are strengthening our partnership with Hockey Ireland as we support the game from grassroots through to international level. In EY we are delighted to have this fantastic opportunity to continue to support the many incredibly talented players and coaches as well as the ever-growing number of wonderful hockey fans throughout this island. Here in EY Ireland, we are also very committed to supporting these elite athletes to reach their full potential on and off the hockey field. EY Ireland is committed to helping to support and enable hockey players to thrive during and after their careers and intends to work closely with Hockey Ireland on identifying the best ways to support these elite athletes. Given our reputation in EY for high-performing teams we think this new sponsorship with Hockey Ireland is a perfect fit.”

Graham Reid, Partner and Head of Markets, EY Ireland commented: “EY Ireland takes great pride in our sponsorship of the EY Hockey League and we are really excited that our partnership will expand in the coming years. By investing in grassroots and national teams, we aim to empower talented players on and off the field, supporting a thriving hockey community across the island, and fostering a sense of pride among our employees.”

Lisa Jacob, High Performance Director, Hockey Ireland commented: “Hockey Ireland has seen the benefit of our strong partnership with EY for a number of years across our All-Ireland domestic league, not least for the 2022/23 season, with new initiatives introduced and competitive levels within the EY Hockey League higher than ever. The extension of the partnership to now include all eight of our international squads, including our Senior Women’s and Senior Men’s teams as they look to qualify for Paris Olympics 2024, will bring significant impact. Having one sponsor that goes right through the system adds huge value, allowing us to have an impact over a number of years in a strategic but also a very tangible way. This commitment gives us capacity we haven’t had before, and brings EY with us on the journey to Paris and beyond.”

EuroHockey Womens Indoor Championship II will take place at University of Galway campus

February 9th-11th 2024


EuroHockey have confirmed the European Womens Indoor Hockey Championship II will take place at University of Galway campus from February 9th-11th 2024. Along with hosts Ireland, the other nations that will compete in the tournament are Italy, Slovakia, Portugal, Lithuania and Croatia. Two promotion spots are available in the 6-team tournament to the top tier Championship. Ireland have competed once in Championship II before finishing in 6th place at Ourense, Spain in 2022.  This tournament will give a massive boost to Connacht Hockey as they look forward to hosting Senior International Hockey for the first time ever.

Connacht Hockey President Martin Hughes said:

‘Connacht Hockey are delighted to be co-hosting this tournament with Hockey Ireland and the University of Galway. Indoor hockey is a highly skilful and entertaining game and is key to the development of hockey in Connacht. Playing host to the Irish and other national teams in Galway will be a proud moment for all of us at Connacht Hockey. The world class venue at the University of Galway will provide and incredible atmosphere and we are confident that the tournament will have a long and positive legacy for hockey in Connacht.’

Hosting this tournament in Ireland is possible due to the support of University of Galway and the collaboration between Hockey Ireland, Connacht Hockey and University of Galway.


Mike Heskin Director of Sport at University of Galway said:

‘The University of Galway is delighted that EuroHockey has chosen to return to our campus after almost 14 years. In the meantime, Irish Hockey has gone from strength to strength with both the men and women achievements Olympics qualification. We really looking forward to working with Hockey Ireland to providing the supporters of the west of Ireland the rare opportunity of watching live international hockey players of the highest quality and at the same time providing our European visitors a memory of a lifetime’.


Hannah Kelly Ireland National Team Indoor player and University of Galway student said:

‘The squad are delighted to have the opportunity to host this competition in Ireland on the University of Galway campus and it’s a testament to the work being done behind the scenes to promote indoor hockey in this country. It will be a great occasion and the first time that an Irish Hockey team will have played in Connacht. For me personally, as a University of Galway student and hockey club member I’m thrilled at the chance of possibly playing in front of a Galway crowd.’


Gareth Myburgh manager of the Ireland Womens Indoor Hockey Team said:

‘We are delighted to be awarded the hosting of the EuroHockey Women’s Indoor Championship II. What better place than the west of Ireland to host European teams and have them experience a true taste of Ireland and play in the outstanding facilities at the University of Galway. Hosting a tournament of this calibre was always a key milestone in our indoor hockey strategy and with the support of Connacht Hockey we have no doubt we will put on a super tournament.’

Hockey Ireland would like to thank Connacht Hockey and University of Galway. We would also like to thank EuroHockey for awarding the right to host to Ireland in which is a move which will help develop the 6 a side version of the Olympic sport of hockey. We would also like to thank our indoor hockey volunteers and players through their commitment have made this opportunity possible. More details will be announced in due course including opportunities to be part of the volunteer team around the tournament.

Ireland Under 18 Women Competition camp in Calais

Game 1:  Ireland 1 England 6

Ireland were given a lesson in circle play for offensively and defensively as what was
otherwise an even and competitive game ended as a chastening experience.
Ireland conceded early but had maybe the better of a first half in which they created
numerous chances.

The second half started in a similarly sloppy fashion and they conceded twice early.
Milla Fulton pulled one back to give Ireland some reward for their attacking endeavours but
an England goal at the end of the quarter restored the 3 goal gap.

Two goals in the final minutes added to their disappointment.

Game 2:  Ireland 2 France 1

Ireland entered the game determined to implement some of the defensive lessons from the
previous day, Gabbi Scott gave Ireland the lead early on with a great reverse strike from a turnover,
Ireland performed much better and had chances to go further ahead but were stung with a
sucker punch in the second quarter as France equalised.

The game was not level for long however as Isobel Field scored a screamer on the reverse.
Ireland controlled the second half without adding to their lead, even dealing with 11 French
outfield players whilst having 8 of their own (discipline lessons to be learned).

After the day before it was an important to see the level of defensive intensity increase.


Game 3:  Ireland 2 Belgium 2

Ireland came from 2 down to snatch a draw against a strong Belgian team who had drawn
with England the day before.

Belgium scored early and followed it up with a second quarter corner goal.

Ireland struck back at the start of the third quarter when Gabbi Scott was fouled when one
on one with the keeper.

Scott took the stroke herself and made it 2-1.

Ireland 4 Scotland 0
The Irish Senior Women beat Scotland 4-0 in their first game of a two game series in The University of Ulster on Saturday.
Ireland were 1-0 up at the end of quarter one with Deirdre Duke volleying home first time after a loose ball in the attacking circle. Ireland were two goals in front in quarter two with Mikayla Power scoring her first senior goal in her first outing for the Senior team.
Sarah Hawkshaw and Naomi Carroll linked up brilliantly after disposing Scotland of the ball and Mikayla showed great composure to beat the Scottish keeper.
Scotland held Ireland at bay in quarter three. Ireland scored two goals in the last quarter. Caoimhe Perdue scored a drag flick off a short corner to put Ireland three goals up.
The goal of the match came with 6 minutes to go. Roisin Upton took a quick free on the half way and finds Zara Malseed free in the circle with a beautifully floated aerial. Zara deflected the ball first time in the air into the goal to a marvellous applause from all the supporters.

Ireland 1 Scotland 1
Scotland took the lead within the first minute of the match starting. It took Ireland until quarter four to equalise in what was a bit of a frustrating game for the girls in green. Scotland really put the pressure on the Irish team.
Ireland struggled to gain momentum in the game in comparison to the previous day. They did force a number of penalty corners throughout the game but the Scottish keeper was in superb form between the posts.
Ireland did score off a well worked corner routine, Michelle Carey getting a lovely touch to a Roisin Upton drag flick.
Ireland head to The Netherlands for their next series of games at the start of June, playing The Netherlands, Argentina, Australia and Japan and coming back to Dublin on the 10th, 12th and 13th June to play against USA.

Hockey Ireland U16 and U18 boys and girls squads are holding fundraising raffles. By buying a raffle ticket, not only do you get a chance to win an incredible prize, but you will also be supporting the girls and boys sport as well as future elite Irish athletes.

The Hockey Ireland U16 Girls are talented young women training hard to compete in the 4 Nations Tournament at Easter in Aachen, Germany, and the 8 Nations Tournament in In July in Granada, Spain. They have eleven training weekends between now and July and are working hard to have the best possible start to their international campaign.

The Irish U18 Girls Hockey Team are participating in test matches in Poland & France & the EuroHockey U18 Girls Championship in Germany July 2023. There are huge costs associated with preparing for and attending these events and as they are self-funded the U18 Girls are running a Super Raffle to raise these essential funds.

The Ireland U16 Boys Hockey squad has an annual cost of €65k. The volunteer coaches and manager run a comprehensive year-long international programme that prepares the boys to compete at the top European Championship each year. This consists of weekly strength & conditioning, video analysis, daily athlete wellbeing monitoring through GPS equipment, regional and central training sessions, international test matches across Europe, culminating in the end of season championships, which this year will take place in Spain.

The Hockey Ireland Under 18 Boys Hockey squad is a self-funded team, coached and managed by volunteers, and this July we are working to maintain ‘Division A’ status at the 10 team Europeans to be held in Krefeld, Germany.


Find the underage raffles from each team below:

U16 Girls Raffle Tickets here

U18 Girls Raffle Tickets here

U16 Boys Raffle Tickets here

U18 Boys Raffle Tickets here