UCC Women Head Coach

UCC Women’s Hockey Club are seeking applicants for their head coach role. Full details in the document below.

UCC Women’s Hockey Head Coach

Leagues for 24/25 Season

Following completion of the 2023/24 season, please see below 2024/25 leagues. This is subject to change based on final team entries submitted by clubs during the offseason. Any new teams will be entered in Division 3 (men) and Division 6 (women).

Men’s Div.1
Catholic Institute

Men’s Div.2
Bandon B
Catholic Institute B
C.of.I B
C.of.I C
Harlequins B

Men’s Div.3
Ashton B
Bandon C
C.of.I D
Harlequins C
Harlequins D
Waterford B

Women’s Div.1
Catholic Institute II

Women’s Div.2
Ashton II
Ashton III
Cork Wanderers
Harlequins II
Harlequins III

Women’s Div.3
Bandon II
Cashel/New Inn
C.of.I II
Cork Wanderers II

Women’s Div.4
Belvedere II
Blackrock II
Crescent II
Harlequins IV
Tipperary II
Waterford II

Women’s Div.5
Ashton IV
Bandon III
C.of.I III
Clonakilty II
Clonmel II
Dungarvan II
Limerick II

Women’s Div.6
Belvedere III
Blackrock III
Cashel/New Inn II
C.of.I IV
Cork Wanderers III
Harlequins V
Midleton II
Waterford III

Notice of AGM

The Munster Branch AGM will take place on the 26th of June 2024. Further details will be sent to clubs in due course. It is hugely important all clubs have representation at this meeting.

Bandon Grammar Roles

Bandon Grammar School are looking to fill the following roles:

Job 1 – Director of Hockey in Bandon Grammar School
Job 2 – Multiple coaching roles within Bandon Grammar School

Both are paid positions and accommodation can be offered for the correct people – CV and Interview will be required.

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Season Previews 2023/24 – Men

Ashton Hockey Club

Head coach: Graham Catchpole

Manager: Steve Scanlan

Position Last Season: 6th

Players in: Benno Seiler (NHTC, Nuremberg), Keanu Spencer (Midleton), Sam O’Callaghan (Harlequins), Tim Buckley (UCC)

Players out:  Stephen Jermyn (Australia), Jack Marlborough, Adam O’Callaghan, Richie Byrne (Kilkenny HC)

Captain: Stuart O’Grady

Vice Captain: Billy Mulcahy

Ambitions this season: We are hoping to continue to compete against the top 3 in Munster and will target the other games to be the best of the rest in the league.  We are also hoping for another run in the Charity Cup this season and hopefully go one step further.  We came up against a strong Belfast Harlequins side in the first round of the Irish Hockey Trophy last season and this year we are hoping to get a bit of a cup run in this competition.

Key Player(s): James Allen ended last season on double figures and will remain Ashton’s primary threat in the D.  He will again be key in leading the line up front.  In the middle of the park John Sweetnam has had a very strong preseason and looks like he has added another level to his game.   Between the posts, Tim Buckley has joined the GK ranks in the club and will be important figure in keeping us organised at the back.

Rising Stars: Benno Seiler is a real prospect this season for the club.  His arrival from Germany was a big bonus for the squad in preseason. Still only 17, Benno does the simple things really well and has very quick hands.  He is sure to make a significant impact this season.  Sam O’Callaghan returns to the club and to hockey this season after a few years away.  He will bring great drive and energy from defence. Up front, Rory Conway continues to improve his game and he will be joined up there by Keanu Spencer who will bring big energy and pressing from the front.

Graham Catchpole: “We have managed to add a little more youth to the team this year but have lost some strong experienced players.  On our day and with a full panel we can compete with most club in the league, but we understand that some of the group will be in and out throughout the season.  Preseason has been plagued by injuries but we are all set for the start of the season now.  Our targets this season are to get a cup run and upset a few teams in the Munster Senior League.


Bandon Hockey Club

Head coach: Andy Gray

Position Last Season: 2nd

Players in: Adrian Frank (Cork Church of Ireland)

Players out: Player Name (Calum McCourt – Dublin, Ross Smyth – Australia)

Captain: Alastair Smith

Vice Captain: Ethan Hamilton Foott

Ambitions this season: Given how competitive we have been over the past 3 or 4 years, we will be hoping to remain in the hunt for all silverware in Munster this season. We aim to remain competitive in the EYHL2 as well, looking to equal our level last year

Key Player(s): Clinton Sweetnams experience and composure will be key to the teams success, his partnership with Colin Kingston is critical to ensuring we have a solid foundation to progress from. Ethan Hamilton Foott will be another Critical player, bringing endless energy and skill to the midfield and forward line. David Smith bringing his vast experience, drive, passion and Energy will also be hugely important to us to ensure a successful season

Rising Stars: This year gives an excellent opportunity to Alan Buttimer and Josh Hamilton Foott. With Calum and Ross not with us for the season they will need to step up to the fold. Both players are capable and will prove themselves as important players as the season progresses. Also a great opportunity for Ewan Cullinane coming into the squad this year to gain experience and play a role in the success of the club this season


Catholic Institute Hockey Club

Head Coach: John Geary

Manager: Simon Brickenden

Position Last Season: 6th

Players In: Zac Moloney

Players Out: N/A

Captain: Cathal Duggan

Ambitions this season: After a strong run to the final in the Irish Hockey Trophy, we will be targeting both that and a run in the Charity Cup again this season. A superb home win vs Cork Harlequins in the Munster Senior Cup QF last season was one of the highlights so with plenty of young talent coming through the ranks, we will target all home fixtures in Rosbrien.

Key Players: Nick Lampp, Cathal Duggan, John McKeogh, Zac Moloney.

Rising Stars: Too many to name, but lots of the young guys coming up through the U16/U18 ranks in Munster hockey.

John Geary: “After a tough loss in the IHT final last year, we have rebuilt our team during the Summer, with lots of young new talent coming through, we will try and give them as much exposure as possible to Div.1 hockey. With the extension of pre-season due to the fixtures being postponed, it has allowed us to build further on fitness levels in preparation for the start of the season. We also have to welcome back Zac Moloney from C of I who will provide plenty of options through our midfield. We will target home games in what looks like a crowded season ahead.”


Cork Church of Ireland Hockey Club

Head Coach: Jonny Bruton

Manager: Clive Olden

Assistant Coach: Eddie Kirwan

Players in: Andrew Sweetnam, Cian Kavanagh, Oscar Curtin

Players Out: Simon Wolfe, Neil Pelow, Eoin Finnegan, Phil Byrne

Captain: Ian Balding

Ambitions this season: Be as competitive as we can in all Munster competitions. While progressing as a team, with the aim to peak for EYHL2 after Christmas.

Key Players:  The strength and depth of the squad will be the key for us this season

Rising Stars: Rob Olden, Gearoid Cashman, James Taylor


Cork Harlequins Hockey Club

Head coach: Aaron Willis

Manager/Asst coach: Cathy Minehane

Players in: Sean Landers, Flor Scully, Denis McCarthy

Players Out: None

Position last season: League winners

Captain: Jack O’Meara

Vice Captain: Julian Dale

Ambition for Season: Retain the Munster title and progress in the EY 2 league and achieve play offs for IHL

Key Players:

Julian Dale – a first class forward, who consistently scores over 40no goals per season. Vice Captain and key player in the squad who the younger players look up to.

Jack O’ Meara – team captain and the leader for the current group of players. Jacks defensive skills are excellent, coupled with incredible distribution makes him a key player.

Rising Stars:

Sam Dale – improving all the time and quickly becoming an excellent all-round player. Sam has quickly cemented his position as a key player for the squad.

Sean Curtin – after completing his first season at Quins, he has grown in all parts of the game and will play a much bigger part this season. Certainly, one to watch.

Aaron Willis:  “With the increase in squad numbers and new players coming in has had a positive effect, with increased enthusiasm, competition for places and added an increased intensity to the sessions. Pre- season has gone well, with the squad much fitter and developing well are all positive signs for another successful campaign.”


Waterford Hockey Club


Head coach: David Quinn

Assistant coach: Richard Jones

Position Last Season: 4th

Players in: Bene Wetscher (Esv München (Munich)), Luis Conrad (Hockey Gemeinschaft Nürnberg), Alfie Jones (Gelanne HC), Ryan Williams (Conberg Hockey Club), František Svoboda (SK Slavia Praha).

Players out: James Kyriakides (Three Rock Rovers), Dave Ghan (Dublin), Peter Yaciuk-O’Connor (Weston HC), Malachy Shute (Railway Union HC), Ivan Kennedy (UCD MHC), Harry Belton (Clontarf HC).

Captain: Ben McInerney

Vice Captain: Greg Williams

Ambitions this season:  The club has managed to retain a number of players in the first team squad this year which will allow for continuity into the new season.  We will strive to put in good performances week in week out and look to secure a top three finish in the Munster League.  We want to go as far as we can in Irish and Munster cups competitions and the squad hopes to build on last year’s success of reaching Munster Senior Cup Final.

Key Player(s):  Ben McInerney, Allan Dale and Greg Williams will be key to Waterford’s attacking and defensive play this season with their ability to break from deep but also control the middle of the pitch.

František Svoboda (goalkeeper) will add much needed stability to our defensive set up.  Donnagh Toomey, Peter Keappock, Thomas Musgrave, Dave Storey and Allan Dale are our defensive unit. We are looking forward to see how they grow and develop over the season.  Harry O’Shea, Peio Garate, Ryan Williams and Oisin Gavin will bring speed and exceptional skill to a very threatening midfield/ forward line. William McInerney will use his attacking pace and ability to beat players one on one. Alfie Jones is also a very welcome addition to the midfield/ forward line – he will bring work rate and experience to the squad.

Rising Stars: Hayden Jones, Alfie O’Shea, Harry Earl, Bene Wetscher, Luis Conrad, Robert Jephson, Shay Kennedy and Toby Edmondson will add depth to the squad this season.

David Quinn: “I am really looking forward to this season with this very promising squad in Munster Div 1. I want this team to build on Waterford’s success from last year. The squad is very talented and I want to see them finish top 3 in Div 1 and reaching the business end in all cup competitions.

On a personal note I feel very lucky to be coaching the Men’s team this year. I feel very passionate about what this squad can achieve and the success that we can create together. I’m really looking forward to pushing our boundaries and motivating the team to show up with their best every week.”

Season Previews 2023/24 – Women

Ashton Hockey Club

Head Coach: Darren Wilkinson

Manager: Michelle Nagle

Assistant Coach: Reece Hawtrey

Position Last Season: 4th

Players in: Becky Oppermann (UCC)

Players out: Emily Nolan (UCC), Orlaith Nation (abroad), Robyn Murphy (UCC)

Captain: Ailse Holland

Vice Captain: Ciara O’Toole

Ambitions this season: We are aiming to compete at the top end of the league table and to get as far as we can in Munster and Irish cup competitions.

Key Player(s): Ciara O’Toole has been an important presence in midfield for the past few seasons and will play a key role again this year. Éabha Curran is getting better and better with each season. Her pace and skill will make her a constant threat in attack. Deirdre Ní Challanáin will be looking to have another strong season in the Ashton goal.

Rising Stars: Amy Noonan and Katie Toomey, who both represented Ireland U16s over the summer, will be players to watch this season. Both have impressed during preseason and will be looking to make an immediate impact as the season gets underway.

Darren Wilkinson: “I’m really looking forward to this season and seeing how we perform in what will be a very competitive league. Last season was challenging at times but preseason has gone well and we look to be in a good position going into the new season. The squad has a good blend of hugely talented schoolgirls and experienced players and I’m excited to see what this group can achieve.”


Bandon Hockey Club

Head coach: Pat Healy

Manager: Susan McCourt

Assistant Coach: n/a

Position Last Season: 5th

Players in: n/a

Players out: Jenny McLaughlin (UCC)

Captain: Rachel Barry

Vice Captain: Aisling O’Leary

Ambitions this season: This season we are aiming to shake things up in the league and cause some upset in the cup competitions.

Key Player(s): Ingrid Burns – her vision for the game and creativity when it comes to making plays means she is a force to be reckoned with.

Olivia Roycroft – with her pin point accuracy when it comes to goal scoring will certainly be leading the way for our younger players.

Maia McCourt – though young has proven herself to be a stalwart of our team, her speed and ability to control the ball in the most difficult of situations makes for exciting times when she is on the ball! Aoife Barrett – a work rate often unmatched added to her speed and control means Aoife will be a concern for the teams we face this season.

Rising Stars: Kate Collins, Kate’s first year playing senior hockey this year but her calm approach and silky skills means she is definitely going to play a key role in our team.

Pat Healy:  “We are very much looking forward to the season ahead; along with the opportunities and challenges that every new season brings. We have a younger squad overall this year with a number of experienced players unavailable due to Career, Family, Travel & College commitments. Preseason has gone well with a focus on physical preparation recently tapering to Technical & Tactical elements. Our goals are similar to last year and are predominantly performance based. I hope and expect that the girls will be 100 percenters, giving their best in every training session and match, use learnings, have fun and hopefully pick up some silverware along the way!”


Blackrock Hockey Club

Head coach: Paidi Hartnett

Position Last Season: 6th

Players in: Gill O’ Leary

Players out: Jess Higginbotham, Gene Dwyer

Captains: Sarah Dorney & Joelle O’ Connell

Vice Captain: Hilary O’ Connor

Ambitions this season: Blackrock look forward to their second season in Division 1, hoping to improve on their sixth place finish in the league last season. We aim to reach a cup final and are excited to compete in the Irish Hockey Trophy for the first time in the club’s history. We look forward to maintaining consistent competitiveness while also ensuring an enjoyable season for all.

Key Player(s): Squad depth is a key strength, with experience across all areas of the pitch. Méadhbh Lynch has made a significant impression on Division 1 hockey between the posts, and last year’s club award winners Val Banks and Fiona O’ Toole will be aiming to continue their form into the new season.

Rising Stars: This is an experienced side with a composed yet threatening style of play and fantastic team spirit. Cliona Barrett and Maeve O’ Callaghan made a significant impact last season upon joining the squad and will be sure to add to this year’s performances.

Paidi Hartnett: “The ambition this season is to be competitive in each game we play.  I’m looking forward to the season ahead and working with the group.”


Cork Church of Ireland Hockey Club

Head coach: Phil Oakley

Manager: Sarah Jones

Assistant Coach: Kay Gaffney

S&C: Brian O’Callaghan

Position Last Season: 3rd

Players in: Amy Stokes (UCC); Lucy Gale (UK)

Players out: Julie Coyne

Captain: Ciara Sexton

Vice Captain: TBC

Ambitions this season: Primary aim will be to stabilise the 1st team having lost 12 senior players across two seasons and support this by ensuring our 2nd team are promoted back to Division 2.

Key Player(s): Ciara Sexton: Ciara has been an integral part of the squad since joining C. of I. from UCC. She is capable of playing in numerous positions and has consistently been one of the highest scorers for the club. She will captain the team this year.

Rising Stars: Several underage players have broken into the first team in the last two seasons, establishing themselves as regulars. This season, players like Ruby Lehane and Olivia Woods will hopefully follow that trend and join the likes of Sally Murray in the first team squad.

Phil Oakley: “We are looking forward to the season and seeing what the squad can achieve. We have plenty of young players on the rise and will hopefully find the right balance with the more experienced players in the group.”


Cork Harlequins Hockey Club

Head Coaches: Clíodhna Sargent and Yvonne O’Byrne

Manager: Vanessa Sargent

Assistant Manager: Pat Sargent

Position Last Season: 1st in the League

Players in: Anne O’Farrell (UCC), Julia Browne

Players out: Amy Nangle (UCC), Julia McCarthy (UCC)

Co-Captains: Michelle Barry and Niamh Sexton

Ambitions this season: Our ambition is to be very competitive and hard to beat in both provincial and National competitions.

Key Player(s): Whilst the squad will be looking again to the leadership of Michelle Barry and Niamh Sexton, there are many key players in the squad that will play a huge role in the success our season.

Rising Stars: Top goalscorer from last season Beth-Anne O’Farrell will be one to keep an eye on again this season, alongside defenders Áine Power & Ruby Walsh. We have 5 players stepping up into the squad from the clubs youth section and we look forward to watching these players grow throughout the season.

Cliodhna / Yvonne: “We are looking forward to an enjoyable season with many competitive games. With two preseason games under our belts we have had a small opportunity to see some of the potential within our squad and we look forward to developing this further throughout the year.”


Crescent Hockey Club

Head Coach: John Meyler

Manager: Eamonn Byrne

Assistance Coach: Con Connolly

Position Last Season: Promoted from Div2

Players In: Emer Conroy (Limerick HC), Fay Graham (Loughborough University, UK)

Players Out: Orlaith Mahon (Exams/School Hockey)

Captain: Emily Scully

Vice Captain: Maria Campbell

Ambition this season: Crescent Ladies will play in Div1 for the 1st time in their brief history, having been promoted for three consecutive seasons going from Div4 to Div1. A special mention goes to former Irish Rugby International, Mick Fitzgibbon, one of the original founders of the club in 2009 who still does trojan work with Crescent HC.  Also we need to acknowledge our current Senior players, Clodagh Keane, sisters Roisin and Frederike O’Leary, Rebecca Dore and Saoirse Hanrahan who are tremendous ambassadors for the club, and have played for Crescent HC in all Divisions in the Munster Hockey League.  We plan to enjoy the season and to be competitive, being conscious we are representing our committee, club members, underage academy and all the ex-players and coaches who have contributed to this journey. The ambition for the year is for the team to develop and improve from last year. We have more depth in our squad with two new players joining our club this year. Zoe Page and Rebecca Dore are also returning from long term injuries.  A mid-table position in Div1 is a realistic target for the team.

Key Players: Recently capped O40 Irish player Emily Scully is our captain and the driving force in the team. She has shown tremendous loyalty to the club and played a critical role in getting our team promoted through the divisions. Overall the team is a very rounded solid mix of youth and experience and includes many players who have represented Munster at Interpro level. We have talented goal keepers with Alex Connole and Caoimhe Nestor.  Other key players include Bronagh Byrne, Amy Connolly, Maria Campbell and Ciara Brennan who are no strangers to playing hockey at a high level having represented Crescent College Comprehensive in The Kate Russell All Ireland Hockey finals. We have experienced players with Emma Wilson in defence and Sandra Rossiter in mid-field.

Rising Stars: The following School players: Alana Del Santo, Ava Kearney, Caoimhe Gaffney, Cliona Byrne, Elizabeth Scully, Niamh Murphy and Roisin O’Brien (U16 Irish International) played a key role last year in achieving promotion to Div1. We are looking forward to seeing these players continue to develop by playing both schools hockey and Ladies Div1. The performance of these players will be crucial to achieving our Div1 ambitions for the season.

John Meyler: “After an outstanding season last year and my first season with Crescent HC, I am very much looking forward to year ahead. This is another big step up for Crescent HC and one in which I believe both players and club members are ready for. Last season the team showed great character and really stepped up when they had to. Their commitment to training and games is one of the best I have been involved with and as a coach this is exactly what you need especially when you are stepping up to another division. Along with Eamonn and Con who assisted and helped me a lot last year we are all very excited about the season ahead.”


University College Cork Hockey Club

Head coach: David Hobbs

Manager: Colette Coomey

Interim Sports Development Officer: Sharon Hutchinson Interim Sports Development Officer

Other: Damien O Donoghue & Patrick Ryan – Strength and Conditioning Coaches

Players in:  Robyn Murphy, Emily Nolan (Ashton HC), Zahra Lowrey (Ulster Elks), Amy Nangle, Julia McCarthy (Cork Harlequins), Jenny McLoughin (Bandon HC), Leah Hayes (Belvedere HC)

Players out: Caoimhe Perdue (Loretto), Elva Kerr (Old Alex), Saoirse Griffin (Railway Union), Amy Stokes (Cork Church Of Ireland)

Captain: TBC

Vice Captain: TBC

Ambitions this season:  Finish top of Munster Senior League , retaining the Munster Senior Cup, aiming for promotion to EY1

Key Player(s):  With a young squad the eldest being 22, we will be looking at the more experienced players like Jane Murphy, Rebecca Kingston, Nikki Barry, Laurna McHugh , Abi O Mahony , Sarah Murphy to settle in the freshers who bring a lot a skill and energy to our squad from top clubs in Munster

Rising Stars: Jane Murphy has brought another level to preseason , with Micaela Sanderson excelling along with Lauren Cripps , we are excited to see what all the freshers will bring to the team this coming season, with congratulations to Robyn Murphy on being awarded a Quercus Scholarship.

David Hobbs: “We are very excited about the season ahead, we have a very young squad bringing a lot of talent and competition to the squad. Preseason is going very well as with all college sides with exam result and CAO offers being out so late is not ideal but thankfully all are happy.”


Waterford Hockey Club

Head coach: Stuart Greene

Manager: Billie Leslie

Position Last Season: 7th

Players in: None

Players out: Katie Earl, Zara Notley, Emma Beadle (All College), Katie Leslie (Kilkenny HC)

Captain: Vicki Moretti

Vice Captain: TBC

Ambitions this season: The club would like to consolidate their position in Division 1 and to try go on a cup run also. Like a lot of clubs numbers are small so we have had to fast track some of our younger members through. They are stepping up to the challenge so far which is great to see

Key Player(s): Vicki Moretti will drive things in Midfield. Our experienced senior players will lead by example.

Rising Stars: Ruby Madden (Munster U18s), Kyah Kelly, Katie Notley, and Evie Breen (Munster U16s)

Stuart Greene: I’m looking forward to the season ahead. It’s been great to see the progress on the girls/ladies side of the club. The club is now getting their reward with players being capped at U16 and U18 Interprovincial level. Hopefully the team can progress and develop and get to a high performing consistent regular way of playing.

Open Roles

The Munster Branch are seeking volunteers for the following roles for the 2023/24 season.  Without these role being filled hockey in Munster will not be able to operate.

  1. Sponsorship Representative: maintain existing sponsorship agreements and grow further opportunities for sponsorship of Munster Hockey.
  2. Women’s Registrar: look after nominations and ensure teams are adhering to the rules.
  3. Girls U14 Hip Hop Fixtures Secretary: complete the fixtures for the girls hip hop league and maintain results.
  4. Girls 3rd and 4th class Blitz Coordinator: help set up and run blitz tournaments for this group.
  5. Newsletter Co-Ordinator: assist and help with the publication of a news letter.

Anyone interested in these roles should contact Colette Coomey at secretary@munsterhockey.ie or get in touch via MH socials.

UCC Series

The UCC Series of games take place the 18-20th of August in UCC and Garryduff.  These games are warm up games in the lead up to the upcoming Interpros and involve the U16 and u18 boys and girls.  Support at these matches would be more than welcome.

2023/24 Leagues in Munster Confirmed

Even though the 22/23 season may have just completed the Competitions Committee are already planning for the 23/24 season. The following outlines the league structures for the coming season:


2023/24 Season
Div.1 Div.2 Div.3
Ashton Ashton B Bandon C
Bandon Bandon B C.of.I C
Catholic Institute Catholic Institute B C.of.I D
C.of.I C.of.I B Harlequins C
Harlequins Harlequins B Limerick
U.C.C. Midleton Waterford B



2023/24 Season
Div.1 Div.2 Div.3 Div.4 Div.5 Div.6
Ashton Ashton II Ashton III Belvedere II Ashton IV Belvedere III
Bandon Belvedere Bandon II Blackrock II Bandon III Blackrock III
Blackrock Catholic Institute II C.of.I II Cashel/New Inn C.of.I IV C.of.I V
C.of.I Clonmel Clonakilty C.of.I III Clonakilty II Clonmel III
Crescent Cork Wanderers Cork Wanderers II Clonmel II Crescent II Cork Wanderers III
Harlequins Harlequins II Limerick Dungarvan Dungarvan II Dungarvan III
U.C.C. Harlequins III Tipperary Harlequins IV Harlequins V Midleton II
Waterford U.C.C. II U.C.C. III Midleton U.C.C. IV Waterford III
Waterford II Tipperary II U.L.

Information correct as of the 19/05/23

Munster Hockey Seeks Coaches and Managers

Munster Hockey is seeking to appoint qualified coaches to work with the Munster Hockey Performance Groups in the girls and boys programs:

Appointments to include

  • Manager
  • Head Coach
  • Assistant Coach/es
  • Goalkeeper coach

Roles operating within the Munster Hockey Player Pathway are appointed by the Munster Branch Coach & Development committee.

The coaching role will be for an initial 12 months, with the possibility of the offer being extended for a further 12 month period. Further details around the programme commitment are available on request.

Munster Hockey will provide appointed Coaches & Managers with the opportunity to undertake associated CPD courses or seminars.  Successful candidates will be expected to commit to adhering to all policies, procedures and codes of ethics as implemented by Munster Hockey.

If you wish to apply for one of these appointments:

Click here for Coaches

Click here for Managers

Closing Deadline is Friday April 14th 2023.

We expect all applicants to have minimum Level 1 Coaching Qualification with a preference for Level 2.  All applicants will be expected to have attended Safeguarding Level 1 training and appointments will be subject to Garda vetting.

If you any queries regarding the roles please email munsterhockeyinterpros@gmail.com