As everyone in the country is receives their A-Level results and hopefully gets entry to the university course they had hoped for, the Ulster Elks HC has officially started back to training to prepare for a tough season ahead.
All are welcome to join in, particularly any new students coming to study at Ulster University in September.
1stXI & 2ndXI – starts Monday 10th August at our Jordanstown Campus and then every Monday and Wednesday thereafter 7-9pm
3rdXI – 5thXI – starts Thursday 20th August, again at Jordanstown and then every Thursday thereafter 7-9pm
Ulster Elks Hockey Academy for 7-14 year olds will start back on Monday 31st August for the U15’s group and Wednesday 2nd Sept for U11, U13 and U15 age groups, both sessions running between 6-7pm.
The Irish women’s senior squad are now on the final countdown to World League Three in Valencia which is a qualification tournament for the 2016 Olympics in Rio, and two Ulster Elks have been named in the squad of 18.
On Sunday 29th March, the Ulster Elks lifted the coveted Irish Senior Cup for the first time in the club’s history after beating Dublin side Hermes by a solitary goal scored by Aine Curran. Continue reading →
The Ulster Elks Women’s Hockey Club has successfully given unique study opportunities to female hockey players from around the world including nationals from New Zealand, France, South Africa, India, Canada, Germany, The United States of America and Ireland. We are currently seeking expressions of interest from players for the 2015/16 season.
The Ulster Elks secured a place in the hat for the Irish Senior Cup semi-final draw to take place on Monday 26th Jan in Dublin. It will be the first time that the students have reached the semi-finals since the … Continue reading →
The Ulster Elks 1stXI had mixed fortunes this week in the Premier League beating Portadown on Wednesday 7th January at Jordanstown to extend their lead in top spot, only to lose out onthe road to Ards to see the second … Continue reading →