By: Alan Good On: December 3, 2014 In: Blog, Features, International, Interviews Comments: 3

Hockey’s loss is rugby’s gain after 120-cap Irish international Audrey O’Flynn revealed she has switched codes. The 27-year-old Cork-born defender has signed a sevens contract with the IRFU after quitting the Irish hockey panel, telling Southern Fried Hockey: “My gut feeling told me I shouldn’t continue doing something I...

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By: Alan Good On: June 11, 2014 In: Blog, Club, Features, Interviews Comments: 0

SFH sat down with two of Munster's greatest ever hockey players, Karen Bateman and Rachael Kohler, to discuss their successful comebacks to top-level sport with their beloved Cork Harlequins, balancing those commitments with family life and comparisons between the game they left and the one they returned to.

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By: Alan Good On: February 16, 2014 In: Blog, Club, Features, Interviews Comments: 0

With forums being held in the coming days to debate the concept of a full Irish Hockey League, Southern Fried Hockey canvassed the opinions of players and club people in Munster, Leinster and Ulster to investigate the key talking points.

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By: Alan Good On: November 26, 2013 In: International, Interviews Comments: 0

Limerick woman Róisín Upton says she is thankful to the University of Connecticut for taking a chance on her after helping to repay their faith by playing a key role in their first NCAA title victory in 28 years.

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By: Alan Good On: August 17, 2013 In: Features, International, Interviews Comments: 0

On the eve of her first major tournament in green, Munster's latest Irish international Naomi Carroll talks exclusively about the rigours of combining a top class hockey career with her role as a dual GAA star with Clare.

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By: Alan Good On: August 16, 2013 In: Features, International, Interviews Comments: 0

In an exclusive interview with SFH ahead of the TriFinance EuroHockey Nations Championships, new Ireland captain John Jackson chews the fat on the prospect of beating England, Ireland's new midfield tyros and a topsy-turvy year on and off the pitch for the green machine

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