Catholic Institute 2 Pegasus 0
Ninth-placed Pegasus came to Rosbrien for this League tie desperately seeking League points. They put up an excellent effort in quarters one and two because at half-time it was still 0-0. Naomi Carroll opened the scoring for Catholic Institute in the fifty-first minute from open play. Ciara Moloney's final minute penalty corner sealed the points for the Shannonsiders as it finished Catholic Institute 2 Pegasus 0.
Ulster Elks 3 UCD 3
These two sides play each other at Intevarsities level most years and when they are both in the same Division of the EYHL it can be up to three times a season. Ulster Elks, who are part college side through University of Ulster Jordanstown and part club side, are a unique mix not often seen in hockey but frequently seen in Irish basketball (e.g.Trinity Meteors and DCU Mercy). To add spice to the proceedings there were two former UCD players lining up against them on this occasion: Bethany Harper and Leah Maguire. It was the former who would weigh in on the goalscoring. Katie McKee gave Elks the lead from a penalty corner in the fourteenth minute. Elks were awarded a stroke a minute later. Bethany Harper made no mistake - 2-0 Elks. UCD are nothing if not resilient in the current campaign and they responded with a goal from open play in the twenty-ninth minute to trail 2-1 at the half-time break. Within four minutes of the resumption the visitors UCD were level at 2-2 thanks to captain Emma Paul's converted penalty corner on thirty-nine minutes. Bethany Harper from a penalty corner restored the lead for her new club in the fifty-fourth minute but UCD snatched their second draw in succession when Lucy Crowe converted a penalty corner in the fifty-ninth minute to leave the final score 3-3.
Pembroke Wanderers 0 Railway Union 1
These Dublin 4 derbies are frequently close encounters and this one was no different. The 2021/22 League Champions hosted the current second-placed team in the League and nothing could separate them at the end of quarters one and two so it remained scoreless at half time. Late in the third quarter the first goal came from Ailish Long of Railway Union scoring from open play in the fifty-first minute. There was no further scoring in this tie at Serpentine Avenue and it ended Pembroke Wanderers 0 Railway Union 1. Railway Union maintained their second place position, keeping pace with Loreto and not allowing the gap between them to grow any wider.
Monkstown 2 Loreto 4
League leaders Loreto maintained their unbeaten record with another fine victory away from home this time by 4-2 over Monkstown. Sarah Torrans made it 1-0 with a goal from open play in the ninth minute. Síofra O'Brien added a second from open play four minutes later. Loreto led 2-0 at the half-time break. Aisling Murray added a third goal from open play in the forty-third minute. Monkstown responded with a converted penalty corner from Emily Kealy in the forty-seventh minute. Nicola Torrans made it a good afternoon for their family by making it 4-1 adding to the goal her sister got in the first half. Chloe Watkins made things interesting in the closing stages by narrowing the gap to two goals by converting a penalty corner in the fifty-seventh minute, but Loreto hung on to win 4-2.
Corinthians 1 Old Alexandra 2
Old Alexandra were the visitors to Whitechurch for this EYHL League tie hosted by Corinthians. The visitors took the lead when Elena Neill converted a penalty corner in the twenty-sixth minute. Old Alexandra led 1-0 at half -time. The visitors increased their lead in the thirty-seventh minute when Deirdre Duke converted a penalty corner. Jess McGrane got one back from open play for Corinthians in the forty-fifth minute but that proved to be the end of the scoring and it finished Corinthians 1 Old Alexandra 2.