An Evening With Brian Burke At W5, Belfast – Next Thursday

The Irish Ice Hockey Association in partnership Stena Line Belfast Giants are pleased to announce ‘An Evening with Brian Burke’ at W5 on Thursday 13th August from 6:30pm. Brian Burke, President of Hockey Operations for the Calgary Flames organisation, is visiting Belfast in support of the Irish Ice-Hockey Association (IIHA) and the HEROS Programme before […]

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Aaron Guli: Jatkoaika (Finland media) Interview

Read the Original Article (Translated from Finnish) here IRISH ICE HOCKEY AND MISSION ICE HOCKEY ARENA The Irish Ice Hockey Association is trying to keep the sport going, even though the country currently has no full sized ice rinks. Belief in success is alive. It just needs to stay alive until the long wanted ice rink can […]

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IIHA 2015 AGM Information: Voting by Proxy

In accordance with the MEMORANDUM AND ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION of the Irish Ice Hockey association, Full members* are entitled to have their vote cast by proxy. In the event that you are eligible to vote, but cannot attend the 2015 IIHA AGM, the option to have your vote cast by proxy is open to every member. […]

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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. […]

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Allez Les Verts! – Clovers head to Strasbourg!

Tomorrow evening the Celtic Clovers will travel to France, to take part in the annual ‘Tournoi Loisirs de Strasbourg”. Aaron Collins of the Celtic Clovers spoke to us saying: “Excitement is building in the Clovers Camp! Once again the Clovers will take to french soil for a gruelling 15 games over 4 days. This year we have assembled a […]

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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 […]

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