Announcement: IIHA AGM 2015 – 13th June.
To All Members of the IIHA: The IIHA Executive would like to announce that Saturday the 13th of June has been set for the 2015 A.G.M. The A.G.M. will be held at Sport H.Q. in Blanchardstown. The meeting will commence at 4 p.m. We ask that all attending please arrive no later than 3:45 p.m. […]
Girls on the road to Moscow
The Seamróige Ice hockey team was established in the Spring of 2015 solely for the purpose of competing in the Victory Cup. Seamróige means shamrock in Irish and is a national emblem of Ireland, believed to bring good fortune and luck. The team comprises of girls from across the island of Ireland with three honourary […]
Flying Ducks fly the nest in search of Godiva Glory
The Flying Ducks depart Irish shores early on Friday morning (01 May) in search of a chance to claim the Godiva cup in Coventry. They travel Dublin to Holyhead with Stenaline, who have been exceptional in their support for the team. Then it’s off by coach to Coventry where the team will be staying in […]
Happy St. Patricks Day from the IIHA
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The Resignation of General Secretary of the IIHA, Mark Bowes
The IIHA would like to inform our members that effective from today, Mark Bowes has voluntarily stepped down from his position as General Secretary for the Irish Ice Hockey Association.
Mark has accepted an employment opportunity in the UK, and felt that it was in the best interests of the IIHA to vacate the position and allow another take up the responsibilities with the Irish Ice Hockey Association.
Mark is a long standing member of the Irish Ice Hockey Association and his tenure with the current Association Mark has been instrumental to the continued growth of Ice Hockey in Ireland, his experience and natural networking talent have led to an extremely successful awareness campaign which was carried on national media, as well as a very successful IIHF congress, which saw Ireland retain its status with the International Federation.
From the Executive, the directors, officers and all the IIHA’s members we would like to wish Mark every success on his new adventure, and thank him wholeheartedly for his contribution to Irish Ice Hockey.
The IIHA executive are explore options one filling the vacant role, and as soon as a decision has been made we will inform our members.