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#Road to Tokyo

# road-to-tokyo - Tuesday 10 September, 2019

Donnybrook rugby stadium an option to host Ireland's Olympic qualifier

Hockey Ireland have been in talks with Leinster Rugby over the use of the venue in November.

Home advantage key for Ireland on road to Tokyo but uncertainty remains over venue

Sean Dancer’s side will host Canada in November but the team still do not know where the two-legged tie will be played.

# road-to-tokyo - Monday 9 September, 2019

Ireland men and women draw Canada in Olympic hockey qualifying play-offs

The two-legged ties will take place at the end of October/early November.

# road-to-tokyo - Sunday 8 September, 2019

Final pots confirmed as Ireland await Monday's Olympic qualification draw

The draw takes place in Switzerland tomorrow.

# road-to-tokyo - Friday 30 August, 2019

Ireland's potential Olympic qualifier opponents confirmed ahead of draw

Both the men’s and women’s hockey teams will be in the pot on Monday week.

Puspure secures Olympic qualification at World Rowing Championships

Ronan Byrne and Philip Doyle have also booked their ticket to Tokyo.

# road-to-tokyo - Tuesday 30 July, 2019

Harte a big loss through injury as Ireland gear up for crucial Euro Championships

Head coach Alexander Cox has named his squad for next month’s tournament in Belgium.

# road-to-tokyo - Saturday 13 July, 2019

Both Irish sides qualify for 7s quarter-finals with Olympic spot on the line

The men’s team will face Germany tomorrow morning, while the women’s side have earned themselves a clash with England.

# road-to-tokyo - Saturday 22 June, 2019

Ireland secure Olympic qualifier spot and reach final in France after win over Korea

Three goals in a three-minute spell either side of half time saw Alexander Cox’s men through.

# road-to-tokyo - Tuesday 11 June, 2019

Ireland send out statement as they fire 11 past Singapore for three wins from three

The Green Army are through to the semi-finals at the FIH Final Series.

# road-to-tokyo - Sunday 9 June, 2019

O'Flanagan hat-trick helps clinical Ireland put Czech Republic to the sword

The home side made it two wins from two in their FIH Final Series campaign in Banbridge.

Sibling rivalry drives multi-talented Hawkshaws to international success

Sarah Hawkshaw enjoyed an excellent tournament debut for Ireland on Saturday, with younger brother David watching on.

# road-to-tokyo - Saturday 8 June, 2019

Ireland far from their best but take first step on the long road to Tokyo

The World Cup finalists recorded a narrow victory over Malaysia in their FIH Final Series opener at Banbridge.

Highs, lows and sacrifices: Putting 'real life' on hold to chase the Olympic dream

Deirdre Duke and Ireland begin their Tokyo 2020 qualification campaign on home soil today.

# road-to-tokyo - Tuesday 28 May, 2019

Ireland announce 65-strong team for European Games

Minsk is hosting this year’s event, which takes place from 21-30 June.

# road-to-tokyo - Tuesday 12 March, 2019

Hockey Ireland forced to move Olympic qualifying tournament out of Dublin

A lack of a suitable venue in the capital means the FIH tournament will be played in Banbridge this summer.

# road-to-tokyo - Thursday 24 January, 2019

Olympic-focused Ireland set for packed schedule as they bid to build on World Cup

Lizzie Colvin and Shirley McCay are back in Graham Shaw’s squad ahead of the crucial Tokyo qualifying tournament.

# road-to-tokyo - Monday 27 November, 2017

12 of Ireland's most promising athletes awarded funding scholarships for Tokyo 2020

And Hockey Ireland has received a separate allocation of funding for its men’s national team.

# road-to-tokyo - Friday 2 December, 2016

Zaur's the man! Antia to stay as Irish boxing coach for the next 5 years

Antia’s decision “a vote of confidence in the future of Irish boxing.”