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New Ireland women's hockey coach named after interesting switch-up with NZ
Huge shock as Graham Shaw resigns as Ireland women's hockey coach
Fixtures for Ireland's Olympic qualifying bid in Dublin this summer announced
Olympic-focused Ireland set for packed schedule as they bid to build on World Cup
'It was the best moment of any of our lives, and none of us will ever forget it'
Barr twins among four uncapped players as Shaw's Ireland return to action
Graham Shaw beats Joe Schmidt to win RTÉ Sport Manager of the Year
'Put it in the public more so the respect for women's sport becomes greater and greater'
Ireland's soccer stars can learn from World Cup hockey heroes, says Colin Bell
It's official! Ireland rise to 8th in world rankings after heroic World Cup run
Funding the key issue but Shaw wants 'creative solutions' to drive Irish hockey forward
Ireland hold their heads high after bringing the nation on their magical journey
'The support was incredible. It was like we were playing in Dublin, Belfast or Cork'
'I've been asking the Dutch for three years for a bloody game. They don't have a choice now'
Ireland's golden generation make the impossible dream a reality
'This is 100% the greatest moment of my life apart from my kids and wife'
The fairytale continues! Relive Ireland's famous World Cup win from last night
'We won't fear each other whatsoever': Shaw looks forward to facing familiar foe Spain in World Cup semi
'The belief means that the nerves don't take over': Ireland's heroes savour magical World Cup win
Incredible Ireland into Hockey World Cup semi-finals after shootout drama against India
'If you told us before that we'd get to a quarter-final, we'd have bit your hand off'
Ireland top their pool despite England defeat as Hockey World Cup quarter-final looms
'It was a dream come true' - Team Ireland rejoice as they prepare for World Cup quarter-final
'These players give every single day of their lives to the sport. They deserve this'
Ireland unveil squad for first World Cup appearance in 16 years at London 2018
Two goals in two minutes keep Ireland's slim World Cup dream alive