With the 2022-23 season reaching it’s conclusion Ulster Hockey would like to thank all clubs for their participation and congratulate those sides who were successful in achieving silverware.
This season had a total of 19 senior men’s competitions (7 leagues & 12 cups) being contested across all levels of Ulster Hockey.
As well as our own competitions, Ulster was also well represented in the EYHL with Cookstown, Instonians, Annadale and Lisnagarvey playing alongside eventual title winners Banbridge in the division.
Banbridge also went on to win the Irish Senior Cup, Champions Trophy and as well as host and win the Eurohockey Club Trophy II.
Meanwhile within Ulster competitions, Queen’s University had a memorable season as they won the Premiership title after a long and close battle with South Antrim and Bangor.
In the junior leagues Kilkeel 2nd XI and Instonians 3rd XI both had outstanding seasons as they saw both league and cup success in their respective divisions.
Elsewhere Lisnagarvey Hockey Club had a brilliant year with their 1st XI winning both The Anderson Cup and Millar McCall Wylie Kirk Cup, whilst their 2nd XI were also amongst those sides to win a league and cup double and their 4th XI won the McClements Cup.
You can view the full list of winners for all Ulster Hockey competitions below:
Men’s Premiership: Queen’s University 1st XI
Men’s Intermediate: Raphoe 1st XI
Junior One: Lisnagarvey 2nd XI
Junior Two: Kilkeel 2nd XI
Junior Three: Instonians 3rd XI
Junior Four: Bangor 4th XI
Junior Five: Saintfield 3rd XI
Kirk Cup: Lisnagarvey 1st XI
Linden Cup: Raphoe 1st XI
Corken Cup: Banbridge 1st XI
McCabe Cup: Lisnagarvey 2nd XI
Junior League One Cup: Cookstown 2nd XI
Junior League Two Cup: Kilkeel 2nd XI
Junior League Three Cup: Instonians 3rd XI
Junior League Four Cup: Bangor 3rd XI
Anderson Cup: Lisnagarvey 1st XI
McClements Cup: Lisnagarvey 4th XI
Junior Shield: Instonians 3rd XI
Minor Cup: Parkview 1st XI